Reposted blog. VICTORIAN GODDESSES IN ART THE SOUL OF THE ROSE Women were central to important art movements like the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, whose artists idealized the feminine sex, setting them often against medieval backdrops or lush locales such as the garden in the lyrical The Soul of the Rose by John […]
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Reposed blog. REDISCOVERING WOMEN ARTISTS A FANTASY OF FEMINISM Others such as Kate Bunce belonged to the so-called second and third generation of Pre-Raphaelites, which drew inspiration from the fantasies of feminism created by Dante Gabriel Rossetti or the visual lyricism of Edward Burne-Jones.* Review of Pre-Raphaelite Women Artists […]
Alice Boyd (1825-1897) was a Scottish artist who is considered a Pre-Raphaelite painter; she also inherited an estate in the country of her birth. Do you notice not only the view but also the details of this work of art? A perfect escape through an artist’s eyes!
A reposting of a blog on John Collier. VICTORIAN GODDESSES IN ART SLEEPING BEAUTY DREAMS Will she ever waken from her deep slumber? Any child knows the answer for The Sleeping Beauty legend portrayed by English artist John Collier below, continues to fascinate the public, from the Brothers Grimm story to the ballet […]
I’m still on vacation. Here’s a portrait by Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882).
British artist Evelyn De Morgan (1855-1919) was influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite moment.
A haunting interpretation of Christmas eve by Pre-Raphaelite artist John Everett Millais (1829-1896).
British artist John Everett Millais (1829-1896). who belonged to the 19th century Pre-Raphaelite movement, often created endearing portrayals of children like Ducklings above.
British artist and Pre-Raphaelitie Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) celebrates the holiday with Christmas Carol above. In U.S. public domain.
A card of a suit where cards will win over a card that is not of this suit—also called a trump card. Merriam-Webster dictionary Pre-Raphaelite British artist John Everett Millais (1829-1896) may have lived during the Victorian period, but he also recreated past eras in works such as Hearts are Trump, set in 18th century England.