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  1. Le opere giovanili di Millais vennero realizzate secondo la poetica dei preraffaelliti e tutti o quasi furono oggetto di violente controversie da parte dei critici. Tra i più criticati, spicca senza dubbio Cristo nella casa dei genitori (titolo originale: Christ in the House of his Parents) del 1850, che sconvolse pubblico e critica per la realistica rappresentazione del lavoro e per l ...

  2. John Everett Millais entstammte einer Mittelklassefamilie aus Jersey. Seine Eltern waren John William Millais (1800–1870) und Mary Evamy (1789–1864). Zwischen 1833 und 1838 lebte er in St. Helier, Jersey, und in Dinan, Bretagne.

  3. John Everett Millais passe d'abord par une école de dessin dirigée par Henry Sass. Son grand talent lui vaut une place à l'école de la Royal Academy à l'âge précoce de onze ans. Il peint en 1845 le Pape Grégoire rachetant des esclaves et le Roi Alfred, deux tableaux qui n'ont jamais été exposés, et en 1846 Pizarre faisant prisonnier le roi des Incas du Pérou .

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Effie_GrayEffie Gray - Wikipedia

    Euphemia Chalmers Millais, Lady Millais (née Gray; 7 May 1828 – 23 December 1897) was a Scottish artists' model and the wife of Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais. She had previously been married to the art critic John Ruskin , but she left him with the marriage never having been consummated ; it was subsequently annulled .

  5. Millais produced Ophelia in two separate stages: He first painted the landscape, and secondly the figure of Ophelia. Having found a suitable setting for the picture, Millais remained on the banks of the Hogsmill River in Ewell—within a literal stone's throw of where fellow Pre-Raphaelite William Holman Hunt painted The Light of the World—for up to 11 hours a day, six days a week, over a ...

  6. William Hobman Hunt - solo dopo l'artista cambiò il suo secondo nome in Holman - nacque a Londra il 2 aprile 1827. Inizialmente venne avviato alla pratica commerciale; resosi conto della propria vocazione artistica, tuttavia, abbandonò il mondo del commercio per dedicarsi agli studi pittorici alla National Gallery e al British Museum.

  7. The painting illustrated a poem by the little-known John Keats. Rossetti's own poem, "The Blessed Damozel", was an imitation of Keats, and he believed Hunt might share his artistic and literary ideals. Together they developed the philosophy of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood which they founded along with John Everett Millais.