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PRE-RAPHAELITES
• Pre-Raphaelites-a group of 19th-century  English painters, poets, and critics who  reacted against Victorian materialism...
HistoryThe Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was established in 1848.
Founders and their Works
Dante GabrielRossetti (1828-1882),English poet andpainter who was aleading member ofthe Pre-RaphaeliteBrotherhood devotedt...
“Proserpine”
“The Girlhood of Virgin Mary”
Sir John EverettMillais (1829-96), Englishpainter, born inSouthampton, and educated in artat the RoyalAcademy of Artsin Lo...
“Christ In The House Of His Parents”
“Ophelia”
William HolmanHunt (1827-1910)
“The Return of the Dove to the Ark”
“The Hireling Shepherd”
“The Finding of the Savior in the Temple”
The Brotherhoods early doctrineswere expressed in four declarations• to have genuine ideas to express• to study Nature att...
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood•   James Collinson (painter)•   William Holman Hunt (painter)•   John Everett Millais (pain...
THE FOUR STEPS IN ART CRITICISMDescribe - what things are in the painting? Think of things likeclothing, environment, etc....
DESCRIBING             ANALYZING         INTERPRETING          JUDGINGSubjects:              Elements:        Content:•Peo...
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  1. 1. PRE-RAPHAELITES
  2. 2. • Pre-Raphaelites-a group of 19th-century English painters, poets, and critics who reacted against Victorian materialism and the neoclassical conventions of academic art by producing earnest, quasi-religious works. The group was inspired by medieval and early Renaissance painters up to the time of the Italian painter Raphael.
  3. 3. HistoryThe Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was established in 1848.
  4. 4. Founders and their Works
  5. 5. Dante GabrielRossetti (1828-1882),English poet andpainter who was aleading member ofthe Pre-RaphaeliteBrotherhood devotedto reviving English artthrough medievalinspiration.
  6. 6. “Proserpine”
  7. 7. “The Girlhood of Virgin Mary”
  8. 8. Sir John EverettMillais (1829-96), Englishpainter, born inSouthampton, and educated in artat the RoyalAcademy of Artsin London.
  9. 9. “Christ In The House Of His Parents”
  10. 10. “Ophelia”
  11. 11. William HolmanHunt (1827-1910)
  12. 12. “The Return of the Dove to the Ark”
  13. 13. “The Hireling Shepherd”
  14. 14. “The Finding of the Savior in the Temple”
  15. 15. The Brotherhoods early doctrineswere expressed in four declarations• to have genuine ideas to express• to study Nature attentively, so as to know how to express them• to sympathize with what is direct and serious and heartfelt in previous art, to the exclusion of what is conventional and self-parodying and learned by rote• most indispensable of all, to produce thoroughly good pictures and statues
  16. 16. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood• James Collinson (painter)• William Holman Hunt (painter)• John Everett Millais (painter)• Dante Gabriel Rossetti (painter, poet)• William Michael Rossetti (critic)• Frederic George Stephens (critic)• Thomas Woolner (sculptor, poet)
  17. 17. THE FOUR STEPS IN ART CRITICISMDescribe - what things are in the painting? Think of things likeclothing, environment, etc.Analyze - how are the elements of art (line, shape, form,texture, space, color and value) are used? How are theprinciples of unity pattern, rhythm, variety, balance, emphasisand proportion used?Interpret - what is the artist trying to say to you? What isgoing on in the picture or artwork?Judgement- What do I think about this artwork? Do I like it?Why or why not?
  18. 18. DESCRIBING ANALYZING INTERPRETING JUDGINGSubjects: Elements: Content:•People •Colors •The artist’s statement•Animals •Value •Meaning of the work•Objects •Shapes •How do you relate to•Scenes or events •Forms the painting? •Lines •Why did the artistInformation: •Texture create the artwork?(credit line) •Space•Title•Artist Principles:•Year it was created •Unity pattern•Size •Rhythm•Location •Balance •Variety •Emphasis •Proportion
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