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Theater scene: two women making a call on a witch (the three of them wear theater masks). Roman mosaic from the Villa del Cicerone in Pompeii, now in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples). 624 more words

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Sunday Morning --- Victoriana of the Week

Sir Frederick William Burton’s “The Meeting on the Turret Stairs” was inspired by a medieval Danish ballad which was translated into English by Whitley Stokes, a friend of the artist. 170 more words

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Lecture | Barbara Bryant: 'Australia’s Pre-Raphaelite Collections: the People behind the Portraits

Barbara Bryant: ‘Australia’s Pre-Raphaelite Collections: the People behind the Portraits’.

Thursday 2 July, 6:30-7:30pm

NGV International, Ground Level, Clemenger Auditorium

Cost $16 M / $20 A / $18 C, Code P1549, Ph +61 3 8662 1555, 10am–5pm daily 199 more words

Nineteenth-century Portraiture

Sunday Morning --- Victoriana of the Week

I can’t find any biographical information about George Edward Robertson on the Web, and he’s not referenced in any of my usually comprehensive books on Victorian painters.   243 more words

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Pre-Raphaelite Drawing by Colin Cruise Part 1

The Director’s Foreword in ‘Pre-Raphaelite Drawing’ by Colin Cruise, sets out the premise of the Pre-Raphaelite drawing exhibition entitled The Poetry of Drawing, which appeared in Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery in 2011. 1,477 more words

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Sunday Morning --- Victoriana of the Week

Today’s painting, “The Blue Bird,” is another work by Frank Cadogan Cowper, who was featured last Sunday.  I liked his imagery, and wanted to see more. 164 more words

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The Pre-Raphaelites

      William Holman Hunt                Dante Gabriel Rossetti                 Sir John Everett Millais

The Pre-Raphaelities were a group of young painters, poets, and critics that came to prominence in England in the 1850s. 1,814 more words

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