Pre-Raphaelite form of art was originally founded in 1848 the group of young English artists by William Holman Hunt (1827 – 1910), John Everett Millais (1829 – 1896) and Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 – 1882) and it’s called Brotherhood.
The painting of Ophelia is drowning in a river in Denmark. It shows that the figure of Ophelia is beginning to sink and she is dying. The image although illustrates an outdoor painting with variety of flowers and leaves in the water, a dark colour which the artist John Everett Millais has carefully picked for his final of his work. It’s one of the most powerful and memorable images that has been for a long time.
The painting of Lady Godiva illustrates a naked woman riding on a horse and covering only in her long hair at the street of Coventry, England. It shows a nature, a bright colour, vibrant and shiny painting, and her pose looks extremely relaxed riding on her horse.
Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 – 1879) was a British photographer. She used to photograph portraits of her family and other legendary or heroic themes. The reason why I got inspired by her work is that it’s authentic, spiritual and artistic. In these photographs, the way the women look is melancholic, dreamy, touchable, whimsical, memorable, creative vigour, and also vivid portraits.