2017-07-30T16:36:34+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true At Binsey, near Oxford, Flaming June, The Love Potion, Mary Magdalene (Sandys), Love's Messenger, The Painter's Honeymoon, Helen of Troy (painting), Medea (Sandys painting), Love and the Maiden, Convent Thoughts, Dante and Beatrice (painting) flashcards
Pre-Raphaelite paintings

Pre-Raphaelite paintings

  • At Binsey, near Oxford
    At Binsey, near Oxford is a watercolour painting by the English Victorian artist George Price Boyce, who was associated with the Pre-Raphaelite art movement.
  • Flaming June
    Flaming June is a painting by Sir Frederic Leighton, produced in 1895.
  • The Love Potion
    The Love Potion is a 1903 painting by Evelyn De Morgan depicting a witch with a black cat familiar at her feet.
  • Mary Magdalene (Sandys)
    Mary Magdalene is a Pre-Raphaelite painting by Frederick Sandys.
  • Love's Messenger
    Love's Messenger is a watercolor by Marie Spartali Stillman (1844-1927) which features a dove which has carried a love letter to a woman wearing a red rose who stands in front of an open window, and who has put down her embroidery of a blind-folded Cupid.
  • The Painter's Honeymoon
    The Painter's Honeymoon is a painting by Lord Frederic Leighton, produced in c.
  • Helen of Troy (painting)
    Helen of Troy is an 1898 painting by Evelyn De Morgan depicting Helen of Troy; it was commissioned by William Imrie of Liverpool.
  • Medea (Sandys painting)
    Medea is an oil painting on canvas by the Pre-Raphaelite painter Frederick Sandys which was created in 1868.
  • Love and the Maiden
    Love and the Maiden is a tempera on canvas by English Pre-Raphaelite artist John Roddam Spencer Stanhope, executed in 1877 and currently housed at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
  • Convent Thoughts
    Convent Thoughts is a painting by the Pre-Raphaelite painter Charles Allston Collins which was created between 1850 and 1851.
  • Dante and Beatrice (painting)
    Dante and Beatrice is a painting dated 1883 by the artist Henry Holiday that is on display in the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England.