Victorian paintings

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Victorian paintings

  1. 1.  A group of art critics Considered a brotherhood of the artistic Founded in 1848 by William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti Not Only involved with Paintings, but also every other kind of art there is. Founders of the Royal Academy of Arts If you were involved with these people you were a well known artist Later joined by William Michael Rossetti, James Collinson, Fredric George Stephens, and Thomas Woolner to form a seven member Brotherhood.
  2. 2.  Born May 9, 1825 died January 24 1881 The Christian religion was his number one priority Painted “The Holy Family” Was a member of the Pre- Raphaelites Resigned because he thought that the debates over art were affecting his religion in a negative way
  3. 3.  Painted in 1851-1852 Painted by Sir John Everett Millais Depicts character from Shakespeare play, drowning while singing Oil on canvas Currently in Britain, Tate, London Valued at 30,000,000$ Millais was born June 8, 1829, died August13, 1896 A founder of the Pre-Raphaelites
  4. 4.  Painter- William Powel Frith Frith was Queen Victoria’s favorite painter Attended the Royal Academy of Art Oil on canvas Depicted a man and woman at a celebration in May Year is unknown Born January 19, 1819, died November 9 1909 Currently in a private art collection Involved in the Pre-Raphaelites
  5. 5.  Born August 30, 1885 died May 2, 1919 Was female Attended Art schools in 1673 Painted mythology scenes Painted “Helen of Troy” Most works are now in museums Started painting and drawing at age 15
  6. 6.  Was rejected from the Royal Academy of Arts Then formed the Pre-Raphaelites Born April 2, 1827 died September 7, 1910 Painted scenes of landscapes and common people interacting on the streets Very well-known Became famous despite the fact of being rejected from the R.A.A Another founder of the original 3 Pre- Raphaelite brotherhood Most famous painting was called the “Hireling Shepherd” Has a bench in Jerusalem built after his name
  7. 7.  Born May 12th, 1828, and died April 9th 1882 Another founder of the original 3 group Pre- Raphaelites Enrolled in the Royal Academy Very well-known Painted “Girlhood Of The Virgin Mary”

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