The Pre-Raphaelites

Aurélie Petiot
Preface by the author
Translated by Jane Marie Todd
Published by Abbeville Press

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In 1849, the British art world was thrown into turmoil by the appearance of a number of defiantly original paintings attributed to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. A small club of rebellious artists, the Brotherhood was founded by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais and William Holman Hunt, with the aim of disrupting the traditional principles taught at the Royal Academy Schools. And now, the complete story of their meteoric rise and enduring influence is presented in The Pre-Raphaelites. This lavishly illustrated, large-format edition is published by fine-art publisher Abbeville Press, and we have secured a number of copies with an exclusive 30% saving for Folio customers.

Published by Abbeville Press

Hardback with full-colour printed jacket and printed and cloth bound slipcase

400 pages

Over 185 full-page colour illustrations and photographs, 136 integrated colour and black and white drawings, paintings and photographs

Book size: 11˝ x 13˝

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