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Extractions: In the normal course of events these twenty year old youths,with their romantic notions of self-importance, should have become mere footnotes of adolescent grandiosity. But there was a catch. All three of them were brilliant. Rossetti had a knack for capturing the sensuality of women with a startling palette of velvety greens and languid reds that seemed to catch the fancy of all the underground circles of the London art world and of symbolist France. John Everett Millais would go on to become one of the most famous portrait artists in England, and as mentioned above, eventually assumed the presidency of the Royal Academy. But in some respects it was the fame of William Holman Hunt though, that would prove to be the most astounding, for the reclusive Hunt would go on to paint one of the most famous pictures of all time. William Holman Hunt It was a picture of Christ called "The Light of the World". In some respects Hunt's painting has not passed the test of time well, but time has a tendency to be fickle. In its day, the painting drew massive crowds of people to London. Nor did its fame stop at the shores of merry olde England. It captivated the world. It has been estimated that, in Australia alone, four million people, or four fifths of the population, saw the painting two or three times. As the art historian Gay Daly pointed out, Hunt's creation was the Star Wars of its time.
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Extractions: Nov Ask the collective The soldier and I were talking about some scantily clad girl who showed up in one of his classes one day. âIf you were in there youâd have gone nuts,â he said. âIf you were staring at her, youâre right. But so what? How about Iâm with you and some guy comes in and my eyes drift off you and I openly stare at his crotch? You know. I just stare right at it?â âWell Iâd be pissed off. Iâd do the same thing I did when you danced with that guy when we were kids. Iâd do something, thatâs for sure.â âWell there you go. I think men are way more fragile than women when it comes to this. If a woman on a date with a man stares at another manâs crotch, the man she is with is going to have a hard time recovering from it because they have no conditioning the way women do. Women hold men together all the time.â âMay be some truth to that,â he said. Do you agree? Who has the fragile ego? Men or women? pictured - Venus and Mars by Sidney Harold Meteyard. Oil on canvas
Extractions: @import url(/css/us/pub_page_article.css); @import url(/css/us/template_503.css); @import url(/css/us/tabs_503.css); @import url(/css/us/fa_bnet.css); @import url(http://i.bnet.com/css/base.css); @import url(http://i.bnet.com/css/fa.css); @import url(http://i.bnet.com/css/temp.css); On MovieTome: First pics from MUMMY 3! Search Advanced Search in free and premium articles free articles only premium articles only Arts Autos Business Health News Reference Sports Technology Search Apollo April, 2005 by Charlotte Gere Joseph Southall is that rare bird, an Arts and Crafts painter. He is probably the most important, if not the most celebrated (that distinction could be said to belong to Walter Crane); he was certainly among the most dedicated. An exhibition of his paintings currently at the Fine Art Society adds a further dimension to the huge survey of the Arts and Crafts movement at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Fine Art Society exhibition acts as a showcase for the acquisition by Cheltenham Art Galleryrepository of one of the best collections of Arts and Crafts in the countryof two of his finest and most characteristic works (Figs. 2 and 3). The purchase has been made with support from the National Art Collections Fund, appropriately given Southall's connection with one of the key founders of the Fund, Lady Herringham, of whom more later.
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