By Eloise Cooper, 6.1
There, we were blown away by the richness of the art and the stories behind the famous paintings that defined the Pre-Raphaelite era of 1850-1900. Seeing the women of the Pre-Raphaelite movement’s stories being focused on was both a moving and fascinating experience. The realisation of how much poetry, art and inspiration these women contributed to the movement was incredible.
Especially admired by us was the painting Fair Rosamund and Queen Eleanor by Evelyn De Morgan for its beautiful details and artistic flair, which you can see yourself at the exhibition, which runs until 26 January 2020.