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  1. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (later known as the Pre-Raphaelites) was a group of English painters, poets, and art critics, founded in 1848 by William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Michael Rossetti, James Collinson, Frederic George Stephens and Thomas Woolner who formed a seven-member "Brotherhood" modelled in part on the Nazarene movement.

  2. The American Pre-Raphaelites was a movement of landscape painters in the United States during the mid-19th century. It was named for its connection to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and for the influence of John Ruskin on its members. Painter Thomas Charles Farrer led the movement, and many members were active abolitionists. Their work together was short-lived, and the movement had mostly dissolved by 1870. The American Pre-Raphaelites used a vivid, realistic style and, unlike ...

  3. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (also known as the Pre-Raphaelites) was a group of English painters, poets, and critics, founded in 1848 by William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The three founders were soon joined by William Michael Rossetti, James Collinson, Frederic George Stephens and Thomas Woolner to form a ...

    • Comienzos de La Hermandad
    • Fuentes E Inspiración Del Prerrafaelismo
    • Ideario Del Grupo
    • Visión de La Naturaleza
    • Controversias Públicas
    • Desarrollo Posterior E Influencia
    • Principales Artistas
    • Colecciones
    • Bibliografía
    • Enlaces Externos

    La sesión inaugural de la Hermandad tuvo lugar en casa de los padres de John Millais, en Gower Street (Londres), en 1848, y en ella estuvieron presentes John Everett Millais (1829–1886), Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1820–1882) y William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), considerados los fundadores del grupo. Hunt y Millais eran estudiantes en la Royal Academy of...

    Los autores de esta corriente se inspiraron básicamente en el estilo artístico que se dio antes del maestro Rafael, de ahí el nombre que tomaron estos artistas. Es decir, su pintura se focaliza especialmente en evocar el estilo de los antiguos pintores del Renacimiento, especialmente basándose en los autores y temas propios del Quattrocento, el Tre...

    Los objetivos de la Hermandad se resumían en cuatro declaraciones: 1. Expresar ideas auténticas y sinceras; 2. Estudiar con atención la Naturaleza, para aprender a expresar estas ideas; 3. Seleccionar en el arte de épocas pasadas lo directo, serio y sincero, descartando todo lo convencional, autocomplaciente y aprendido de memoria; 4. Y, lo más imp...

    En la visión de la naturaleza[2]​ de los prerrafaelitas influyeron la democratización de la ciencia y la gran expansión del interés por la historia natural a mediados del siglo XIX. La visión prerrafaelita era óptica e investigadora. Al otorgar a los detalles naturales el mismo valor que al elemento figurativo principal subvertían la idea académica...

    La pintura prerrafaelista fue mostrada al público por primera vez en 1849. Los cuadros Isabella (1848–1849), de Millais, y Rienzi (1848–1849), de Hunt, se expusieron en la Royal Academy, y La juventud de la Virgen María de Rossetti en la exposición libre de Hyde Park Corner. Como habían acordado, todos los miembros de la hermandad añadieron, tras s...

    Entre los artistas británicos que recibieron influencias del movimiento prerrafaelista puede citarse a John Brett, Philip Calderon, Arthur Hughes, Evelyn De Morgan y Frederic Sandys. Ford Madox Brownmantuvo una estrecha relación con el grupo desde sus inicios. A partir de 1856, Rossetti se convirtió en el principal representante de la tendencia med...

    Miembros de la Hermandad Prerrafaelita

    1. John Everett Millais(pintor) 2. Dante Gabriel Rossetti(pintor, poeta) 3. William Holman Hunt(pintor) 4. William Michael Rossetti(crítico) 5. Thomas Woolner(escultor, poeta) 6. James Collinson(pintor) 7. Frederic George Stephens(crítico)

    Hay importantes colecciones de arte prerrafaelista en la Tate Gallery, la Manchester Art Gallery, la Lady Lever Art Gallery en Merseyside, en el Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery y en el Museo de Arte de Ponceen Puerto Rico.

    Daly, Gay (1989). Pre-Raphaelites in love. New York: Ticknor & Fields. ISBN 0-89919-450-8.
    Gaunt, William. Pre-Raphaelite Tragedy. ISBN 0-351-16418-9.
    Hawksley, Lucinda (1999). Essential Pre-Raphaelites. Paragon, United Kingdom. ISBN 1-84084-524-4.
    Staley, Allen; Newalll, Christopher (2004). Prerrafaelitas. La visión de la naturaleza. Madrid: Fundación La Caixa. ISBN 84-7664-854-5.
    • PRB Members
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    James Collinson

    1. The Renunciation of St. Elizabeth of Hungary(1850) 2. Answering the Emigrant's Letter(1850) 3. A Son of the Soil(1856) 4. Home Again(1856) 5. To Let, also known as The Landlady(1856) 6. For Sale, also known as At the Bazaar(1857) 7. The Sisters(c. 1860) 8. Too Hot(1863) 9. The Holy Family(1878)

    William Holman Hunt

    1. Self-portrait at the Age of 14 (1841), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 2. Love at First Sight(1846) 3. F. G. Stephens (1847), Tate Britain, London 4. Christ and the Two Marys aka The Risen Christ with the Two Marys in the Garden of Joseph of Aramathea (1847 and 1897), Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide 5. The Escape of Madeline and Porphyro during the drunkenness attending the revelry (The Eve of St. Agnes) (1848), Guildhall Art Gallery, London 6. Rienzi vowing to obtain justice for the dea...

    John Everett Millais

    1. Cymon and Iphigenia (1847–48), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool 2. The Death of Romeo and Juliet (c.1848), Manchester Art Gallery 3. Isabella (1848–49), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 4. Ferdinand Lured by Ariel (1850), Sudley House, Liverpool 5. Christ In The House Of His Parents (1850), Tate Britain, London 6. The Return of the Dove to the Ark (1851), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 7. Mrs. Coventry Patmore (1851) Fitzwilliam Museum, CambridgeJohn Everett Millais, Mrs Coventry Patmore(1851) Fit...

    Ford Madox Brown

    1. Manfred on the Jungfrau (1840–1861), Manchester Art Gallery 2. Take your Son, Sir! (1851–1892, unfinished), Tate Britain, London 3. Work (1852–1865), finished painting (1865) Manchester Art Gallery; full study (1863) in Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 4. The Last of England (1855), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery; further oil version (1860) in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; watercolour (1864–65) in Tate Britain, London 5. Stages of Cruelty (1856–1890), Manchester Art Gallery; 1856 wate...

    Edward Burne-Jones

    1. The Merciful Knight (1863), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham 2. The Beguiling of Merlin (1872–1877), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight 3. The Golden Stairs (1880), Tate Britain, London 4. The Last Sleep of Arthur in Avalon (1881), Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico 5. The Mill (1882), Victoria and Albert Museum, London 6. Georgiana Burne-Jones(1883), private collection (?) 7. King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid (painting) (1884), Tate Britain, London 8. The Garden of Pan (c.1...

    Arthur Hughes

    1. Ophelia(1851–1853) 2. April Love (1855–56), Tate Britain, London 3. Home From the Sea(1856–57) 4. The Long Engagement (1859), Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 5. Mariana at the window(c.1860s) 6. Knight of the Sun(circa 1861) 7. Home from Sea (1862), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 8. La Belle Dame Sans Merci(1861–1863) 9. Ophelia and He Will Not Come Again(1863–64) 10. The Lady of Shalott(c.1863) 11. Beauty and the Beast(1863–1865) 12. A Music Party(1864) 13. In the Grass (c.1864–65), Sheffield...

    George Price Boyce

    1. Crypt of St. Nicolas Giornico, Canton Ticino Switzerland(1856) 2. Outside the church of San Nicolo da Mira, Giornico(1856) 3. On the East Lynn, Middleham, North Devon(1858) 4. Streatley Mill at Sunset(1859) 5. From the Garden of Sherford Cottage, Bromyard(c.1860) 6. Autumn in the Welsh Hills (1860), Berger Collection Educational Trust, Denver Art Museum 7. Pyramids and Sphinx of Ghizeh(1861) 8. The Nile at Gizeh(1861) 9. At Binsey, near Oxford (1862), Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford 10....

    John Brett

    1. Emily, Mrs. Coventry Patmore (pre 1856) Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. portraying Emily Augusta Patmore. 2. The Glacier of Rosenlaui (1856), Tate Britain, London 3. The Stonebreaker (1857–58), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 4. Val d'Aosta(1858) 5. Florence from Bellosguardo (1863), Tate Britain, London 6. Lady with a Dove: Madame Loeser (1864), Tate Britain, London 7. Bonchurch Downs (1865), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 8. The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs (1871), Tate...

    James Campbell

    1. The Lollipop (1855), Tate Britain, London 2. Girl with Jug of Ale and Pipes (1856), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 3. The Dragon's Den (1854), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 4. Waiting for Legal Advice (1857), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 5. The Wife's Remonstrance (1857–58), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 6. Our Village Clockmaker Solving a Problem(1859) 7. News from My Lad (1859), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 8. Twilight - Trudging Homewards 9. Home and Rest

  4. Préraphaélisme. Proserpine ( 1874, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Tate Gallery) sous les traits du modèle Jane Morris . Le préraphaélisme est un mouvement artistique né en Angleterre en 1848. Ce mouvement tient la peinture des maîtres italiens du XVe siècle, prédécesseurs de Raphaël, comme le modèle à imiter.

  5. The Pre-Raphaelites believed that this style (influenced heavily by Raphael (a High Renaissance master)), corrupted the academic teaching of art, and so the name Pre-Raphaelite was conceived. Despite the Brotherhood parting ways in the early 1850s, the style remained popular and influential well into the later 19th century, and is still a point of aesthetic interest today.