They were a shock to the establishment but over time the Pre-Raphaelites became part of the old guard of British art,
with a reputation as sentimental, high-class illustrators.
As a new show opened at London's Tate Britain, Jane Desmarais writes on why the group are still an avant-garde to be reckoned with.

A new exhibition at Tate Britain, Painting With Light, further establishes their enhanced reputation.

and to further us, do look at our homo Pre-Raphaelites.

Henry Wallace's inevitable result of a queer lifestyle, as Victorians would gladly let us believe.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti was a founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.

Ford Maddox Brown

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