Pre-Raphaelites

Rossetti paints us a (sometimes not so) pretty picture in exhibition devoted to artist's portraits

Alongside famous Pre-Raphaelite depictions of swoony, pillow-haired beauties are paintings of friends, family and fellow artists on show at the Holburne Museum

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Pre-Raphaelite paintings go on show in his refurbished historic London theatre

Composer has funded a two-year, £60m renovation of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to turn it into a public gallery and heritage attraction

Pre-Raphaelite muses resurrected in Rhode Island cemetery

The artist Piotr Uklanski raises the spirits of the real-life women behind tragic paintings, such as Elizabeth Siddall, Annie Miller, Emma Jones and Jane Morris, at Belmont Chapel in Newport

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Redefining Botticelli—from Post-Modernism to soft porn

Does putting the Renaissance artist's work in a modern context enhance or diminish his art?

Dread Scott’s slave revolt reenactment. Plus, Pre-Raphaelite Sisters

The US artist on his two-day performance in Louisiana and the role of women in the Pre-Raphaelite movement. Produced in association with Bonhams

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The scientific brotherhood: Pre-Raphaelite art put under the microscope

The Victorian artist group explored the connections between art and scientific observation to enhance art’s moral purpose

Civil War references hide in plain sight in American pre-Raphaelite art

Landscapes on view at the National Gallery contain hidden historical clues

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Picture perfect: a 'sumptuous' book on Pre-Raphaelite stained glass

While its terminology is unsteady, the scholarship and production values of this sequel volume are exceptional

Andrew Lloyd Webber to lend works to Tate Britain’s Edward Burne-Jones show

The musical impresario, who has long collected Victorian artists, is understood to be anonymously lending half a dozen works by the Pre-Raphaelite

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Book Review: The first in-depth study of Pre-Raphaelite stained glass

Angels and Icons is an important contribution to Pre-Raphaelite studies and a welcome addition to scholarship on post-Medieval stained glass in Britain

The big hole in Britain’s National Gallery: Bring back the Victorians

The omission of paintings by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood could be rectified by judicious loans

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Book Review: Ford Madox Brown’s moment

This catalogue is the first comprehensive examination of the pre-Raphaelite artist’s career for half a century

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Disputing the origins of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

“W.M. Rossetti’s letters provide ample evidence that he was the energiser in the Pre-Raphaelites”

Exhibition explores the avant-garde aspects of the conservative Pre-Raphaelites

The Pre-Raphaelite movement was conservative: “back to the future” might well have been its motto

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Book Review: A decade of change between the Pre-Raphaelites and the Aesthetic movement

An excellently wrought assessment of the cast of characters that defined the mid-19th century

Books: The end of Dante Gabriel Rossetti

The complete correspondence of the pre-Raphaelite painter and poet has reached the last of its nine volumes

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Ford Madox Brown's new catalogue raisonné proves flawless

The Pre-Raphaelites: three down, two to go as Ford Madox Brown joins Rossetti and Holman Hunt as fully documented

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Books: What does Pre-Raphaelite mean?

This collection of essays questions how we understand the terms Pre-Raphaelite, Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Movement

Council's Pre-Raphaelite collection saved for public display

London's Hammersmith & Fulham was considering selling the works

Lord Leighton's masterpiece Flaming June to go on display at Tate Britain

The painting will be loaned by Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico as it refurbishes its gallery, along with Burne-Jones' Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon

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Watts Gallery to sell pre-Raphaelite paintings

Money is needed to ensure the long-term survival of the institution set up by Victorian artist G.F. Watts

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Books: Two books attempt to correct views of pre-Raphaelite art—held by no one

Traditional understandings of the brotherhood are addressed, again

Shepherd & Derom Galleries bring English Romantic Art to New York

The star of this show is the elegant portrait by Will Powell Frith of Annie Gambart

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Andrew Lloyd Webber as collector: A Henry Tate for the 21st century?

The man behind hit musicals such as “Cats” and “The Phantom of the Opera” has been buying Victorian art assiduously for the last 40 years. This month his extraordinary collection goes on public view at the Royal Academy

Pre-Raphaelite and other masters: the Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection, The Royal Academy

The show fills the slot of a cancelled exhibition of antiquities on loan from Egypt

New exhibition 'The pre-Raphaelite dream' rocks the Art Gallery of Western Australia

The paintings and drawings on show in Perth are on loan from the Tate collection

National Trust buys William Morris’s house

Red House, Bexleyheath, to be preserved for the nation

William Morris’s house for the National Trust?

National Trust considers acquiring the Red House, Bexleyheath

A Frederick Sandys exhibition celebrates the re-opening of the Castle Museum

The Victorian age was fascinated by hair, as these paintings show

Tate's exhibition explores the modernity of Ruskin's views on art

His support of modern art was characterised by a missionary zeal

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Lloyd-Webber outraged at pre-Raphaelite collection's export

The 300 paintings and drawings in the Makins collection include works by Millais, Holman Hunt, Rossetti and Burne-Jones

A trio of nineteenth-century paintings shows in England

The Tate Gallery proposes the origins in British art of Symbolism, the Royal Academy investigates fairies, while Manchester presents women Pre-Raphaelites

William Morris any way you like at the V&A

A major survey that leaves interpretation of his achievements to the visitor

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First exhibition of pre-Raphaelite sculpture

The response to the first critical study of this subject has been enthusiastic