Raphaelite

Raph´a`el`ite

    (răf´å`ĕl`īt)
n.1.One who advocates or adopts the principles of Raphaelism.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"He had a passion for Pre-Raphaelite art which was a modern movement in his time and commissioned a number of the most famous Pre- Raphaelite paintings.
His own work shows the influence of Baudelaire, Poe, Verlaine, and the Pre - Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Her first poems were published in The Germ, the Pre - Raphaelite publication, and she often modeled for painters in the Pre - Raphaelite Brotherhood.
VisitorInfo The Poetry of Drawing: Pre Raphaelite Designs, Studies and Watercolours, Jan 29 - May 15, 2011, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Gas Hall.
A subsequent alliance with the Pre - Raphaelites (see Pre - Raphaelite Brotherhood ) influenced such works as his Symphony in White: The White Girl (1862).
Untitled #1017P-P-01 (The Debs, Raphaelite Feet Dancing), 2001, offered fuzzy visions of bare feet on tiptoe, while Untitled #1039P-01 (Bridal Series), 2001, served as a kind of Victorianized Muybridge study: a glimpse of female flesh in graceful motion.
Christina was, of course, the sister of Dante Gabriel, the central, and most charismatic, member of the Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood.
THE Tree of Forgiveness, one of the great pre Raphaelite paintings, is a popular work at Port Sunlight's Lady Lever Art Gallery.
Portrait of Annie Miller is by the Pre- Raphaelite artist and poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), and comes from the collection of fellow artist LS Lowry (1887-1976).
From April 4 to July 1, 2007, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is presenting an exhibition of drawings by Edward Burne-Jones, the great Birmingham Pre Raphaelite painter.
Instead we will have to settle for ex-Coronation Street heart throb and prospective Tory MP Adam Rickett who probably thinks a Raphaelite is a raffle to win a torch.
These pieces are some of the last remaining items from a collection which has long since dispersed among some of the most significant collectors of Pre- Raphaelite art in the world, including Sir Andrew Lord Lloyd-Webber.