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For a proper understanding of the pre-Raphaelite movement, it is necessary to identify the difference between its individual stages, which stretched over several decades. It should be noted that many foreign historians and critics of art are silently ignoring or deliberately distorting its progressive line, trying to limit the rebelliousness of the Pre-Raphaelites to a purely artistic field.
In September 1848, seven young men, students of the school of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in London, formed a “Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood” with the goal of making a revolution in English art. Continue reading
Barbizon School of Painting
Far from the noise of the capital, the French painters of the last century have chosen the area around the royal residence of Fontainebleau, which since the times of Francis I has attracted the lands of noble hunters. As early as the 18th century, J.-B. Audrey wrote the magnificent scenes of the royal hunt. After the turbulent events of the Great French Revolution and the fall of Napoleon I, when the time of the festivities was gone, landscape painters often visited here. Continue reading