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-[[George Frederic Watts]] was inspired to paint this picture by reading “[[The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon]]” by [[W. T. Stead]]. The tiny bird crushed in the hand of the [[The Minotaur]] is symbolic of the [[child prostitute]].+'''''The Minotaur''''' is a painting by British painter [[George Frederic Watts]]. Watts was inspired to paint this picture by reading “[[The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon]]” by [[W. T. Stead]]. The tiny bird crushed in the hand of the [[The Minotaur]] is symbolic of the [[child prostitute]].
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The Minotaur is a painting by British painter George Frederic Watts. Watts was inspired to paint this picture by reading “The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon” by W. T. Stead. The tiny bird crushed in the hand of the The Minotaur is symbolic of the child prostitute.



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