Labor by Ford Madoxon Brown

The allegory of labor in all its forms, created by Ford Madox Brown, is the most ambitious pre-Raphaelite painting on modern life and a masterpiece of realism of the 19th

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Farewell to England by Ford Madoxon Brown

Madox Brown began work on the painting in 1852, in connection with the departure of his close friend, the Pre-Raphaelite sculptor. Thomas Wolner in Australia in July of the same

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Lear and Cordelia by Ford Madoxon Brown

In 1848, Browne saw William Charles Macready as King Lear at the London Marylebone Theater. Makridi was 55 years old, and he gained international fame as a great performer of

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