Arthur Hughes is known best for his dynamic compositions of idealistic beauties. A leader in the Pre-Raphaelite movement and a highly sought illustrator, Hughes' works exemplify the group's belief of a return to the copious detail, intense colors and complex compositions of 15th-century Italian and Flemish art. His subjects often dealt with love and the power of nature rendered with an intensity often described as “magical” by art enthusiasts world-wide.
CANVASES, CARATS AND CURIOSITIES
WANT MORE BLOGS AND ARTICLES LIKE THIS?
Sign up below to be the first to know about new acquisitions, exhibits, blogs and more.