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.
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
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
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
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
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
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”