Pre-Raphaelite delicacy

This gallery contains 12 photos.

Jules Frederic Ballavoine’s painting, pomegranate jewel, William Morris design and my photo of sea in Sicily. Pre-Raphaelism was a British artistic movement, born in the late 1840s, in London, during the Victorian era. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a group of … Continue reading

Opalescent jewelry

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Winged heart opal brooch, Pre Raphaelite (Arts & Crafts) tiara (1900s) and William Morris’ illustration. Opalescence is the optical property of a transparent or translucide material which gives it an aspect or a milky color with iridescent reflects like the … Continue reading

Pre-Raphaelite beauty

This gallery contains 30 photos.

George Hurrel’s photo of the actress Rita Hayworth, William Morris’ pattern and pomegranate’s earrings. Rita Hayworth was one of the most famous red hair actress in Hollywood. Dante Gabriel Rossetti like most of the Pre Raphaelite painters was fascinated by … Continue reading

The Goddess of Autumn Carpo

This gallery contains 14 photos.

Mix of two paintings (Sylvia by the Pre Raphaelite painter Frank Dicksee, 1891 and The arched bridge by Trost Richards, 1869) and photo of a fall leaf. In Greek mythology, the Horae or the Hours were the Goddesses of the … Continue reading

The Italian fashion photographer Monia Merlo

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Monia Merlo is an Italian fashion and style photographer known for her sensual, soft, poetic and elegant photos. She inspires of painting namely the Pre-Raphaelism (red hair, sensuality, Ophelia…). She collaborated with prestigious brands and fashion magazines such as Drew … Continue reading

“Love letters to Rossetti” by the photographer Donna Lee Steven

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Australian born, Donna Stevens produces photoshoots for magazines and fine art world. In this serie of photos, the photographer pays a tribute to the Pre Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The British painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), figure of the … Continue reading