I'm not at all surprised at your excitement.
I think it's true that Dadd paid the price of brilliance by going mad, killing his father and ended up in a mental instituion, poor soul.
Some of his work is really Pre-Raphaelite in feel and some is very complicated.
I was honoured to see the DISCOVERY of that wonderful painting that I featured. It was taken along to the Antiques Roadshow TV programme for valuation and identification and was the cause of great excitement.
It was the quality of the light around the fire that made it so acclaimed.
ART IS REALLY EXCITING ISN'T IT?
Here is another Roerich Painting that I know you will love.