About John Waterhouse (1849 - 1917)
Born in Italy and reared in Britain, John Waterhouse was the son of an artist
who embraced the Victorian era's pre-Raphaelite movement. Influenced by Alma-Tadema,
Leighton and other painters of the time, Waterhouse enjoyed popularity and success
during his lifetime. His Lady of Shalott was displayed at Britain's Royal Academy in 1888.
The artwork was inspired by the legend of Camelot and takes its title from the poetry of Tennyson.
Waterhouse's Mermaid dates to 1901 and hangs today in the Royal Academy.
New for 2011: Gloss finish, B-band preamp & tuner & XLR jack
Few images have captured the mystique of Camelot more brilliantly than
John Waterhouse's Lady of Shalott.
The haunting woman depicted in Tennyson's epic poem about the
legend sails a river of song in this exceptional spruce-topped acoustic/ electric cutaway guitar.
Luna has created an instrument that delivers outstanding sound quality and a visual experience that
will leave audiences and players, alike, enchanted.
SKU: FAN LOS DJC
- Select Spruce Top
- Mahogany Back & Sides
- Grand Auditorium Cutaway
- Neck: Mahogany/Rosewood
- Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Moon Phase Fret Markers
- Preamp: B-band
- Scale Length: 25 1⁄2"
- Nut Width: 1 5⁄8"
- Finish: Gloss
- Case Option: LLDG