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  1. 10/10/2014 · Effie Gray: Directed by Richard Laxton. With Dakota Fanning, Polly Dartford, Greg Wise, Tom Sturridge. A look at the scandalous love triangle between Victorian art critic John Ruskin (Greg Wise), his teenage bride Euphemia "Effie" Gray (Dakota Fanning), and Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais (Tom Sturridge).

  2. In Victorian England, the virginal wife (Dakota Fanning) of critic John Ruskin (Greg Wise) seeks an annulment of their marriage so that she can marry his protege, Everett Millais (Tom Sturridge).

  3. www.filmweb.pl › film › Effie+Gray-2014-566079Effie Gray (2014) - Filmweb

    Effie Gray (2014) - Effie Gray dąży do anulowania nieskonsumowanego związku, ... John Everett Millais. 7,4 123 oceny. Julie Walters. Margaret Cox Ruskin. 7,4 120 ocen.

  4. 02/04/2015 · His real-life wife, Emma Thompson, wrote the screenplay and plays a role as a friend to Effie. Tom Sturridge rounds out the love triangle as a protegé of Ruskin’s, the painter John Everett Millais.

  5. A través de su amistad con Ruskin, Millais conoció a la esposa de este, Effie Gray, quien poco después posó para el cuadro de Millais, The Order of Release. Millais y Effie terminaron enamorándose, y en 1856, tras conseguir ella la anulación de su matrimonio con Ruskin, contrajeron matrimonio.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sophie_GraySophie Gray - Wikipedia

    For the next few years Gray continued to sit for Millais. After he and Effie moved to Annat Lodge, close to Bowerswell, she was readily available for this purpose, but while it seems she was beginning to displace Effie herself as a favored subject, it is unsurprising that Effie wanted to keep herself out of the public eye to a degree, following the very public dissolution of her marriage.

  7. The Order of Release, 1746 is a painting by John Everett Millais exhibited in 1853. It is notable for marking the beginnings of Millais's move away from the highly medievalist Pre-Raphaelitism of his early years. Effie Gray, who later left her husband John Ruskin for Millais, modelled for the female figure.