PRE-RAPHAELITE ART
The short-lived but highly influential Pre-Raphaelite movement was a reform group of artists and poets founded in 1849. Their main objective in art was to reject the dramatic, artificial Mannerist painting styles succeeding Raphael and Michelangelo (hence the term "Pre-Raphaelite") and to create more genuine, humble representations of their subjects. They painted brightly-colored, evenly-lit scenes with a particular emphasis on romanticism, elaborate detail, medieval history, symbolism, and nature.

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A Tale from the Decameron, John William Waterhouse
God Speed! (detail) 1900.Edmund Blair-Leighton.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Sibylla Palmifera
Love Leading the Pilgrim, Edward Burne-Jones
Effie Gray ( circa 1860) by John Everett Millais (1829-1896)
Songs of the MorningHenrietta Rae
ClytieEvelyn De Morgan 
Distant Thoughts, Thomas Francis Dicksee
Love SonnetsMarie Spartali Stillman1894 
The SlaveJohn William Waterhouse1872 
Portrait of a Lady, Head and ShouldersFrederick Sandys1860
An AngelEdward Burne-Jones
A BeautyJohn Everett Millais 
A Classical BeautyJohn William Godward 
A TrystJohn William Godward1912 
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