Pre-Raphaelite Art Collection

The Pre-Raphaelite movement emerged in the mid-1800s as an attempt to return art to its traditional styles and themes. While the Pre-Raphaelites did draw stylistically on Renaissance models, the movement soon developed its own unique style and philosophy, producing art which was traditional, yet uniquely new. An artistic Renaissance for its time.

The most prominent Pre-Raphaelites were Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Holman Hunt, Edward Burne Jones, John Everett Millais and Lord Leighton. The movement also became closely associated with the Arts and Crafts movement which arose in the same period, largely linked together by the collaborations of Arts & Crafts designer William Morris and Edward Burne Jones.

The style of the Pre-Raphaelites was characterized by an interest in classical and legendary themes, fascination with architectural elements and realistic drapery, and the use of models who fit a particular style and appearance, usually with thick, curly hair and voluptuous figures. The end result was a style which was realistic, yet fantastical, and ultimately had a strong influence on artists throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, especially illustrators like William Russell Flint and Eleanor Brickdale.

Our Pre-Raphaelite collection features selected images from the most prominent artists of the movement in high-resolution suitable for use in print. It includes some of the most well-recognized paintings like Millais’ The Knight Errant and Ophelia, Rossetti’s Beata Beatrix, Hunt’s Triumph of the Innocents and Burne-Jones portrait of Sidonia von Bork. This collection is unique, because the originals to these paintings are controlled by galleries which will not allow them to be reproduced. Our versions are taken from antique prints which they don’t control, so we can license you the right to use them within some simple limitations. As with all of our collections, the images are licensed to you for reprint or inclusion in other publications so long as you are not primarily reselling just the art itself.

Our new Pre-Raphaelite package is available at a special low price of only $49. It’s also available in discounted combination with our Morris package for $79. Both are best ordered on CD unless you have a very high speed internet connection. The high resolution of the art makes the collection take up a lot of disk space, which makes it ideal for distribution on CD.

The easiest way to get this package is to order it online. To order online, just CLICK HERE . Or for the combo with the Morris package just go to: COMBO. For info on the Morris package click on the image to the right. It’s also easy to order by phone at 1-512-656-8011.

If you like the Pre-Raphaelites you might also like the art of Eleanor Brickdale and Sir William Russell Flint. Just click here to check out their pages: FLINT BRICKDALE

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5 comments on “Pre-Raphaelite Art Collection

  1. Carolyn Zaremba

    Just wanted to tell you that I saw the Waterhouse exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts in London last week. The paintings were astonishing. If you love tghe pre-Raphaelites, this one is for you and it closes soon. If you’re in London, GO AND SEE IT.

  2. The Delaware Museum has a first-rate collection of pre-Raphael art.

  3. C. Allen

    I wanted toorder the combo Pre-R. and Morris, but I don’t see it offered at the price mentioned here.

  4. Dave

    The less expensive combo you are referring to can be ordered here. It includes the Morris and Pre Raphaelite packages but not the Arts and Crafts fonts.

    Dave

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