From the Pre-Raphaelites to Picasso an exhibition of English and French drawings and prints of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Published by Thos. Agnew & Sons in London .

Written in English

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  • Prints, English -- Exhibitions.,
  • Prints, French -- Exhibitions.,
  • Drawing, English -- Exhibitions.,
  • Drawing, French -- Exhibitions.

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GenreExhibitions.
ContributionsThos. Agnew and Sons Ltd.
The Physical Object
Pagination43 p., [8] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18944349M

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She has also co-edited and co-authored several publications. She has written exhibition catalogues and papers for journals such as The Burlington Magazine. The Pre-Raphaelites showed women as sexual creatures, capable of sensuality, lust and carnal passion, even if such behaviour is, in many stories they tell, punished.

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This dedication to nature and representing it in minute detail, sets the Pre-Raphaelites apart and shows the influence of Ruskin’s writing. One of the most famous examples of this is John Everett Millais’ painting, The Death of Ophelia.

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The Pre-Raphaelites were a secret society of artists founded in London in The group was made up of poets, designers, sculptors and painters who turned to nature for inspiration. Rebelling against the accepted art produced at the time in the style of Raphael, they sought out a new way to make art, and a new way to perceive their world.

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The author of The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites, Elizabeth Prettejohn, is now a well-known authority on nineteenth-century British art. She has contributed to a number of exhibition catalogues and written, edited or co-edited several books on the subject since she submitted her thesis on Images of the past in Victorian painting, (see.

Her books include The Art of the Pre- Raphaelites (), Beauty and Art () and Art for Art's Sake: Aestheticism in Victorian Painting (). She has co-curated major International exhibitions on Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (), Dante Gabriel Rossetti () and John William Waterhouse (). The Pre-Raphaelites favoured vivid colour and detail, with a focus on and accurate depiction of nature.

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The Pre-Raphaelites were not afraid of social commentary in their work. From child labour to William Holman Hunt’s piece ‘The Awakening Conscience', which dealt with the problem of prostitution. Hunt, who had come up with the subject after reading Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield, said of it, ‘I arranged two figures to represent the woman recalling the memory of her childhood.

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