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The most comprehensive survey to date of the drawings, watercolours, prints and designs of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, providing a fresh and intimate picture of the most popular and enduring group in the history of British art.

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Colin Cruise was born in Bangor, Co Down, and was educated in Belfast. He studied fine art at Hornsey College of Art and Victorian Studies and English literature at Keele University. He has lectured and published widely on Victorian art, literature and religion, specializing in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and the Aesthetic Movement. In 2005 he curated the major exhibition on the work of Simeon Solomon for Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery and edited the accompanying catalogue, "Love Revealed : Simeon Solomon and the Pre-Raphaelites". Since 2006 he has been a research lecturer at the School of Art, Aberystwyth University.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A landmark study 7 juin 2011
Par A. D. Smith - Publié sur
Format: Relié
The Pre-Raphaelites are well known for their strikingly original and moving paintings, but in this book the case is persuasively made that their drawings are no less important and no less original. The author claims that it was "in drawing that the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood first explored unfamiliar or extreme compositional ploys that assisted in the creation of new narrative works that were poetic, dramatic and visionary." Two factors, copying from early Italian artists and working directly from nature came together to produce the unique combination of drawing styles we find in these artists. "The `outline style' reduced the description of the world to line... Everything in the resulting picture was delineated, nothing shaded or....patterned". This outline style encouraged the viewer to develop a heightened imaginative relationship with the drawing. As the artists evolved their styles, the outline style was fused with a closeness to nature until we have the incredible head of Ophelia (modelled by Elizabeth Siddal) drawn by Millais (1852). Cruise considers the study for the head of Ophelia as "perhaps one of the most extraordinary drawings of its time: intimate and probing, yet sensitive, it acts as both an imaginary and a real portrait." You may consider that some of the drawings shown in this book are technically less than perfect; but the last word should go to Graham Robertson: "Any intelligent art student could out-paint Rossetti, nearly every member of a life class could draw better, and yet what they would produce would be of no import, while his slightest scribble is full of suggestion."
This wonderful book is full of `suggestion' and because of this it is very rewarding at many levels. Those who want to see `stunners' will find them here - the penultimate illustration is Rossetti's study for `Water Willow' while we see Jane Morris with a very different expression in the amazing drawing on the cover, a study for `Mnemosyne'. Those who want to understand these enigmatic artists better will be richly rewarded by the text. Finally, lovers of fine printing will be delighted by the technical quality of the production: quite the best I have seen for many years; the book was printed in China. Without doubt, this book, like the exhibition that it is based upon, will be seen as a landmark in Pre-Raphaelite studies.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Little seen excellent collection of Pre-Raphaelite drawings! 2 janvier 2013
Par nancy - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This BIG, well written and gorgeously illustrated book is a treasure. It only makes me wish I could have seen the actual exhibit it was published for. In all my years of soaking up Pre-Raphaelite images and information wherever I can find it, I had no idea this many drawings existed. There are architectural plans, fully realized drawings that are just as detailed as the paintings they precede, caricatures the artists did of and for each other, half realized studies--it covers everything you could imagine. Plus, it is one of those books you can flip to anywhere to enjoy the images and the writing. There is a very detailed index if you wish to hone in on a particular artist. The book I received was in pristine condition and the publication itself of very high quality. The pages are of a slight matte finish which is best for enjoying the delicate value range of many of the images-no glare to interfere. Drawing is, personally, my favorite discipline both in creation and viewing. Drawings are the foundation for any art form (my opinion). Because Pre-Raphaelite artists' drawings are very rarely exhibited or even reproduced, this book allows the reader to connect with the artists on, I feel, a more intimate level. One can see the process of ideas and decisions in a drawing. To me, it is more of a private look into their creative process. If you're thinking of getting this beautiful book, don't hesitate.
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