pre-Raphaelite love

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  • For the record, I'm pleased to report that no longer was Christine either, her pre-Raphaelite profile and cascading auburn hair harking back to 19th-century artists' ateliers, even if the mood was somewhat sabotaged by Shaky and the Tremors now launching into the Rolling Stones' "It's All Over Now."

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  • Heavily, painstakingly influenced by the detail of the pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, Grimshaw's focus reveals a near-hallucinatory clarity.

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  • Yet his women fade into a pre-Raphaelite haze of watercolors and violin strings.

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  • Coming up this autumn are talks on everything from gardening to the pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, with Fiona MacCarthy also presenting her new biography of Edward Burne-Jones.

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  • Brown may not be the best known of pre-Raphaelite artists, but those staging the exhibition will argue that he deserves to be seen as one of the most important – a true pioneer and radical who was decades ahead of his time.

    Ford Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite radical who shocked the Victorians

  • Yet Klimt's early paintings of "Two Girls With an Oleander" c. 1890-92 reveals him drawing with subtle academic panache, his delicate girls plainly influenced by the late pre-Raphaelite Edward Burne-Jones.

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  • A teacher may say "I am moving to a new school" with no concern that the listener may leap to the conclusion that he or she is a porpoise or a pre-Raphaelite.

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  • Norse sagas, Chaucer's Tales, Greek myths and Arthurian legend weave through his exquisite tapestries and pre-Raphaelite paintings.

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  • I had a number of cheap pre-Raphaelite prints on the wall, plus a framed poster of a fog-shrouded section of the Northwest Coast that spoke to me.

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  • Wellcome Collection, NW1, to 26 FebSkye SherwinThere is, of course, something undeniably Christmassy about the work of the pre-Raphaelite brotherhood: the childlike enchantment, the filigree aesthetics of elaborate pattern, the luxurious indulgence in charitable thoughts of the less well off.

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