Definitions

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  • proper noun The principles of painting introduced by the Italian painter Raphael.

Etymologies

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Raphael +‎ -ism

Examples

  • When she reported on progress of the rebuilding of her palace in Tsarskoye Selo, in a letter to Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, in 1781, she told him that eleven of the rooms were to be dedicated to “Raphaelism.”

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • When she reported on progress of the rebuilding of her palace in Tsarskoye Selo, in a letter to Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, in 1781, she told him that eleven of the rooms were to be dedicated to “Raphaelism.”

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • When she reported on progress of the rebuilding of her palace in Tsarskoye Selo, in a letter to Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, in 1781, she told him that eleven of the rooms were to be dedicated to “Raphaelism.”

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • When she reported on progress of the rebuilding of her palace in Tsarskoye Selo, in a letter to Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, in 1781, she told him that eleven of the rooms were to be dedicated to “Raphaelism.”

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Constable, quite failing to realize what havoc has been made of this admirable plastic tradition by that puerile gospel of literary pretentiousness called Pre-Raphaelism.

    Since Cézanne

  • Dickens has little to say about the music of his time, but in the reprinted paper called Old Lamps for New Ones (written in 1850), which is a strong condemnation of pre-Raphaelism in art, he attacks a similar movement in regard to music, and makes much fun of the Brotherhood.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • All the same, is not the exaggeration in the direction of academic loftiness and the rhetoric of passion based rather on the Raphaelism of the later time as it culminated in the Transfiguration?

    The Earlier Work of Titian

  • Pre-Raphaelism had gone out of fashion for the time being; the tendency of the new age was towards impressionism, and in disgust old Deleglise had broken his palette across his knee, and swore never to paint again.

    Paul Kelver, a Novel

  • But when the world became tired of Raphaelism it inevitably became unjust to Raphael.

    Artist and Public And Other Essays On Art Subjects

  • Some generous art critics have even gone so far indeed as to credit an entire artistic movement, that of pre-Raphaelism, with a benevolent desire to accommodate art to the New Hero's peculiar ideas upon perspective.

    Children's Books and Their Illustrators

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