Published: June 2015
In September of the revolutionary year 1848, seven disillusioned young artists in London formed a semi-secret society they named the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. From the outset, these radicals sought to shock viewers and actively change the direction of British art, and in doing so influenced later generations of artists profoundly. Featuring texts by leading art curators and scholars, Medieval Moderns: The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood is a richly illustrated volume that celebrates the Brotherhood and their highly revered body of work, which continues to captivate audiences.
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