The painter spent nearly 20 years to draw many pictures about The Sleaping Beauty (1870~1890). This painting was drawn from the father of English poetry of Chaucer’s (1340~1400) literature and folklore “Sleeping Beauty” which similarly showed the pure beauty. In this pure love greenhouse, the beauty fell asleep peacefully and the maids that accompanied the beauty also went asleep. It seemed that all the implements were silent. However, only the roses were in full bloom. This was a kind of artistic pursuit and a view of love, feeling and love were above all, which was the rhetorical question for the depressed mood. Solemnity and burnout were injected into the artistic life and soon spread throughout the painting world at the end of the century, affecting a large number of artists. Times gave a high evaluation to the four paintings under the theme of beauty, “The bright love depicted in Bourne Jones paintings is what we are quite familiar with, but it has never been showed in such a large scale and so rich fantasy elements. Fantasy and fairy world must never so
and asked her to surely prepare the branch with the long and terrible spikes as thick as the wrist. Bourne Jones took his daughter as a model to create this sleeping beauty. The psychological analysts thought it showed Bourne Jones’s subconscious mind to use the heather branch to resist the purity of her daughter being occupied and his own aging.