The pre-Raphaelite dream: drawings and paintings from the Tate Collection
Tate, 2003 - Pre-Raphaelitism - 192 pages
This publication showcases the virtuosity, vision, and range of the artists aligned with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Familiar, iconic pictures are brought together with undeservedly lesser-known paintings by the major artists. Exceptional but rarely-exhibited Pre-Raphaelite drawings, including major Rossetti and Burne-Jones works on paper unique to the Tate Collection, are also highlighted.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Being an exhibition catalogue from the Tate Gallery, one of the foremost holdings of the Brotherhood's work. I love this collection's emphasis on obscurities; most readers will find paintings and even artists of whom they have not heard represented here. The book begins with a moderately lengthy essay followed by the plates with facing captions.
Review: The Pre-Raphaelite DreamUser Review - K. - Goodreads
The reproductions were poor and cloudy - needed to be saturated, velvety. Read full review