Isabella by John Everett Millais

The first picture, written by Milles after joining the “Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood,” is “Isabella.” Here the initials of the “Brotherhood” – RKV – Milles “cut out” on the leg of the

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Ophelia by John Everett Millais

On his famous canvas, Milles captured the moment when Ophelia, half submerged in water, sings. From the tragedy of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, we know that the girl went crazy about the

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Soap Bubbles by John Everett Millais

Advertising was invented by the ancient Romans: signs reached us found during excavations of destroyed cities. However, advertising in the form in which it exists to this day, appeared only

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Couple in love by John Everett Millais

Milles was an outstanding schedule, his line was distinguished by grace and expressiveness. Most of the drawings of the artist belong to the early period of his work, most often

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Northwest Passage by John Everett Millais

This picture is truly a tribute to the artist’s glorious past of his homeland. Milles first showed the canvas to the audience with the accompanying inscription: “This should be done

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Autumn Leaves by John Everett Millais

This picture can be considered the first attempt by Milles to move away from the narrative and historical plots that have become familiar to him. In November 1854, he decided

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