Tag Archives: pre-Raphaelite

Frederick Leighton, Flaming June (1895; Museo de Arte de Ponce).

Seen this often but did not know the painter. One of the better pre-Raphaelites. Advertisements

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John William Waterhouse, Study for ‘The Lady Clare’, 1900

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William Morris, La belle Iseult, 1858

William Morris is best known for his beautiful textile designs, which we see incorporated into this painting.

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Dante Gabrielle Rossetti, Sir Galahad

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Thomas Cooper Gotch Alleluia exhibited 1896, Tate Gallery

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Fernand Khnopff, The Silver Tiara, 1911

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Marianne Stokes, Victorian painter, Death and the Maiden

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John Dixen Battle, Pandora

John Dixen Battle (1860-1932), British painter working in oils, tempera and fresco who was also a book illustrator and illustrated many children’s faerie tales. ┬áTo me this looks more like the myth of Pygmalian. Pygmalian is a fascinating myth which … Continue reading

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Emile Fabry

Emile Fabry, 1865-1966. Belgian painter influenced by Michaelangelo, Ingres, Puvis de Chavannes, and the Pre-Raphaelites. His artistic style is called “Monumentalism.” I wish I knew the exact media for this and how he made it look so luminous. Maybe it … Continue reading

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Edward Burne-Jones

Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), Garden of the Hesperides – 1869/73 He was one of the best of the PreRaphaelites. What he lacked in substance, he made up for with style.

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