Holman Hunt

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see Hunt, William HolmanHunt, William Holman,
1827–1910, English painter. Hunt was a founder of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood and one of its most conscientious exponents. His paintings are often crude in color and laborious in technique, but are completely sincere in their devotion to
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One of them, Study of Nimji for the picture The Triumph of the Innocents by Holman Hunt, is brightly coloured in yellow chalks.
Barberis, like Holman Hunt, exploits the atmospheres and attractions of light for religious ends.
Of these, 'only some are by Rossetti, Millais or Holman Hunt [the three best known], and most of them are religious themes'.
The 14 artworks, which include paintings by Cornelius van Poelenburgh and David Teniers, the Younger, along with oil paintings by Abraham Solomon and William Holman Hunt, were bequeathed to the nation by collector George Watson.
We forget, being more often exposed to the humane and exploratory fictions of Dickens and Eliot and the Brontes, that there was another kind of Victorian novel out there, the kind we see more often reflected in contemporary painting, in the works of Augustus Egg or Holman Hunt.
Felly y cysylltiad yma yn Niwbwrch a'r Cyn-Raffaeliaid yw fod Wooldridge wedi gweithio gyda Burne-Jones, doedd hyd yn oed Burne-Jones ddim yn rhan o'r frawdoliaeth wreiddiol hefo Rossetti, Millais a Holman Hunt.
William Holman Hunt was one of the founding members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of artists.
Does dim cysylltiad 'r Cyn-Raffaeliaid a Sir Fn hyd y gwn i, os oes, byddwn yn falch iawn o glywed, ond yn sicr does dim cysylltiad gyda Rossetti, Millais a Holman Hunt Llangadwaladr rwy'n weddol saff o hynny.
What name was given to the art movement founded in 1846 by Holman Hunt, Millais and Rossetti?
William Holman Hunt (1827-1910) The Light of the World (Manchester Art Gallery), March 1851
Instead of listening to the triedand-tested ways of the Royal Academy, the likes of John Everett Millais, Holman Hunt and Rossetti wanted to break free.