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Pre-Raphaelite vision : Thruth to Nature

From february 12 to may 3 2004
19th c. art (1848-1914)
The 150 works exhibited underline the impact of the Pre-Raphaelite movement on landscape painting in the 1850s, strangely marked by minute realism.This concern for what is true is seen in particular in works by William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais or Rosa Brett.

Tate Britain

Milbank
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Horaire(s) d'ouverturefrom 10 am to 5:50 pm
December 24th, Christmas Day, Boxing Day

Admission :

Admission fee : 8.5 €
Concessions : 6 €
James Whistler Nocturne blue and silver/i>, © Tate Britain
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Illustrared catalogue, edited by Tate Publication
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