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  1. The Pre-Raphaelite Movement grew out of several principal developments tied to Romanticism in early-19 th-century Britain. The first was the reaction to industrialization, which had expanded at a feverish pace since the late-18 th century, making Britain by far the most technologically and mechanically advanced nation by the 1830s.

  2. www.tate.org.uk › art › art-termsPre-Raphaelite | Tate

    Tate glossary definition for Pre-Raphaelite: Founded in London in 1848, a secret society of young artists (and one writer) who were opposed to the Royal Academy’s promotion of the ideal as exemplified in the work of Raphael

  3. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, group of young British painters who banded together in 1848 in reaction against what they conceived to be the unimaginative and artificial historical painting of the Royal Academy and who purportedly sought to express a new moral seriousness and sincerity in their works. They were inspired by Italian art of the 14th and 15th centuries, and their adoption of the name ...

  4. 07/03/2022 · The manifestation of Pre-Raphaelite ideals within the Arts and Crafts Movement was not confined to the UK or European borders, or indeed to the 19th century. It made its way to the US and continued to add a spark to the art world until as late as the 1920s, directly influencing various art movements.

  5. From a sketch on the back of an envelope to grand, elaborate chalk drawings, this exhibition – returning after its sold-out, limited run last year – offers the chance to view our internationally-renowned collection of Pre-Raphaelite works on paper. 15 July – 27 November 2022

  6. 07/08/2022 · Its second focuses on drawings and prints by younger artists associated with the movement, all of whom worked in West Berlin in the 1980s: Elvira Bach (b.1951), Salomé (b.1954), Rainer Fetting (b ...

  7. During the 1860s the term was associated in particular with the pre-Raphaelite movement, the group of artists and aesthetes of which Dante Gabriel Rossetti was the most prominent: As the 1860s progressed, Rossetti would become the grand prince of bohemianism as his deviations from normal standards became more audacious.