Burne-Jones, the Pre-Raphaelites and their century
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Published by Peter Nahum in London .
Written in English

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Statementcatalogue by Hilary Morgan ; designed and edited by Peter Nahum. Vol.2, The plates.
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Open LibraryOL19622148M

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The Pre-Raphaelites were a loose and baggy collective of Victorian poets, painters, illustrators and designers whose tenure lasted from to roughly the turn of the century. Drawing inspiration from visual art and literature, their work privileged atmosphere and mood over narrative, focusing on medieval subjects, artistic introspection.   Y ou might think that there is nothing new to say about the pre-Raphaelites and their women. And on the evidence of this book you'd be absolutely right. Perhaps, though, this is to miss the point. In seven inexperienced young artists banded together to form the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Together they created a novel style that bewildered its first audiences and retains the power to shock, as well as fascinate, a century and a half later. This book explores the collaborative practices of the Brothers and their close associates, and accords a major role to . Beginnings of The Pre-Raphaelites Roots in Romanticism. The Pre-Raphaelite Movement grew out of several principal developments tied to Romanticism in early th-century first was the reaction to industrialization, which had expanded at a feverish pace since the late th century, making Britain by far the most technologically and mechanically advanced nation by .