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Victorian approaches to religion as reflected in the art of the Pre-Raphaelites

Author: Éva Péteri
Publisher: Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 2003.
Series: Philosophiae doctores, 19.
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John Ruskin, the dogmatic, by at heart deeply doubtful art-critic, William Holman Hunt, the moralist artist-preacher, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the intuitive poet-painter, John Everett Millais, the conscientious realist then popular sentimentalist, and their numerous followers represent different aspects of Pre-Raphaelitism. Yet, they were all typical Victorians, whose religious ideas and biblical works give a  Read more...
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Péteri, Éva.
Victorian approaches to religion as reflected in the art of the Pre-Raphaelites.
Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 2003
(OCoLC)607180001
Named Person: William Holman Hunt; Dante Gabriel Rossetti; John Ruskin; William Holman Hunt; Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Éva Péteri
ISBN: 9630579472 9789630579476 9630580381 9789630580380
OCLC Number: 54488179
Description: 137 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Philosophiae doctores, 19.
Responsibility: Éva Péteri.

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John Ruskin, the dogmatic, by at heart deeply doubtful art-critic, William Holman Hunt, the moralist artist-preacher, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the intuitive poet-painter, John Everett Millais, the conscientious realist then popular sentimentalist, and their numerous followers represent different aspects of Pre-Raphaelitism. Yet, they were all typical Victorians, whose religious ideas and biblical works give a fascinating insight into the momentous religious concerns of the age: the fervent sectarian debates of the middle of the nineteenth century, the spread of agnosticism, the new Bible-interpretations called forth by scientific discoveries, and the move towards reconciliation and secularisation at the end of the century.--Back cover.

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