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Tag Archives: Pre-Raphaelites
Above: Guinevere by John Collier (1900) Bradford Museums and Galleries, Bradford, U.K. Leading English artist John Maler Collier was born on 27 January 1850. He was a painter in the Pre-Raphaelite style; and was one of the most prominent portrait … Continue reading
Pre-Raphaelite British artist and designer, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones was born in Birmingham on 28th August 1833. As a Pre-Raphaelite artist, Burne-Jones’ was influenced by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. He later found his own style, and was persuaded to show eight oil … Continue reading