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“John came prepared with a number of slides from artists both young and not-so that create works outside of the pre-raphaelite traditional so popular in fantasy illustration.”
“I love pre-raphaelite artists, itmust have been great to see them live.”
“Change of subject: I loved your pre-raphaelite stamps... do I gather you are another fan of William Morris?”
“Her Endicott website introduced me to pre-raphaelite art and a lot of other good stuff.”
“I see he used the pre-raphaelite model Jane Burden Morris”
“Not because it was a bad film, but I loved Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbavilles with a passion and his heroine looked nothing like mine, and his landscape (he shot in France) did not evoke the lush greenery and golden light and pre-raphaelite hues of my head-film.”
“With her childlike face, and that expression of immobile absorption, of secret, continual perplexity, she reminded me of the pre-raphaelite”
“The little Japanese, with his eternal smile, like the bronze figures of his country, was dancing with a pre-raphaelite English girl.”
“His appearance is aesthetic, like a fish in a pre-raphaelite picture.”
“With her childlike face, and that expression of immobile absorption, of secret, continual perplexity, she reminded me of the pre-raphaelite Madonnas ....”
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