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1. But that makes her sound too pale, too Pre-Raphaelite.
2. The Pre-Raphaelite beatnik, in other words.
3. An accompanying exhibition of Pre-Raphaelite paintings mounted by Peter Nahum will include a work by Burne-Jones priced at ￡85,000.
4. Rosetti, the founder of the Pre-Raphaelite painting movement shared the tenancy.
5. Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914) is a well known Pre-Raphaelite English painter.
6. The thesis probes deeply in the historical background that produces the "Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood", their art claims, the features of their art works and so on.
7. When it came to designing jewellery, Edward Burne-Jones was probably the most prolific of the Pre-Raphaelite group.
8. Some of her designs were included in the 1857 Pre-Raphaelite exhibition in Russell Square.http://Sentencedict.com
9. It is vast, cold, magnificent but artificial, its detail mechanical, its mosaics pre-Raphaelite in feeling.
10. The Wardley family collection contained many treasures, including many Pre-Raphaelite paintings, and Miss Hatherby knew them all intimately.
11. The look for Hussein was about mixing masculinity with chic Parisian savoir faire, and a broken glamorous pre-raphaelite texture with straight jagged ends.
12. Ruskin, a friend of Millais and a champion of pre-Raphaelite painting, married Effie Gray when she was a teenager in 1848.
13. The bathroom door had a glass window covered with a portrait of a woman in pre-Raphaelite style on a thin sheet that made it look like stained glass from a distance.
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