The Pre-Raphaelites

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Prettejohn explains this as being a willfully naive way of seeing with sharp perceptions and lack of order and refinement. (33) As far as the focus of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood is concerned, Hunt stressed the importance of peer-group emulsion, with members coaching and influencing each other's work as well as modeling in paintings...
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The modeling concept was important to the P.R.B. because of the urgency to remain true to nature. All first works exhibited "contained at least one significant figure modeled on a friend or relation." (42) The men felt by painting actual, live human beings that the images in the painting would more realistically reflect true nature as it is...
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