This lecture is organised by the British School at Rome.
In 1848, seven inexperienced young artists set out to revolutionise contemporary art under the name ‘Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’. But how serious were they about the study and emulation of Italian art before Raphael? This lecture argues that the Pre-Raphaelites were at their most original when they reflected most deeply on the art of the Italian past.
Professor Elizabeth Prettejohn Professor of History of Art, University of York
FREE, booking required
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Image credit: Edward Burne-Jones, The Wheel of Fortune (1875-83) (detail) © Musée d’Orsay, Paris