Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)

Arthur Hughes was born in London on January 27th 1830. He studied at the Somerset House School of Design, and at the Royal Academy. In 1850, he discovered the Pre-Raphaelites, and was much taken with their philosophy. He collaborated with Dante Gabriel Rossetti (a founder of the Pre-Raphaelite movement) on painting the "Oxford Union". Hughes' art exhibits a delicate sensitivity and a sense of poetic feeling.


"The Heavenly Stair"

"April Love"

"In the Grass"

"The Lady of Shalott"

"Mariana at the Window"

"La Belle Dame Sans Merci"

"Ophelia...He Will Not Come Again"

"A Music Party"


"Home From the Sea"

"Sir Galahad"

"The Convent Boat"


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