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John Everett Millais was a British painter and illustrator, and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. He was an author of numerous portraits and genre scenes, with his most famous work being "Ophelia". At bimago, we recommend reproductions of his art, which can decorate your living room or an elegant hotel! These canvas prints will especially fit interiors designed in an English or Victorian style. Choose from a variety of reproductions to find the one that speaks to you the most, and welcome high-quality art into your space!

John Everett Millais

John Everett Millais was a British painter and illustrator who worked in the 19th century. He was born in Southampton. John Everett Millais was a brilliant child: he made his first attempts at painting as a 4-year-old, and was admitted to the Royal Academy at the age of 11. During his studies, Millais became friends with William Holman Hunt and Daniel Gabriel Rossetti, among others, which resulted in the formation of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Artists affiliated with this organization opposed academic art, turning to the work of masters of the early Italian Renaissance. In their works, they readily referred to biblical motifs or medieval stories.


 

Reproductions of paintings by John Everett Millais

John Everett Millais is a British painter and illustrator, one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, preaching a program of morally revived art and referring to the works of the masters of the early Italian Renaissance. This artist was born in 1829 and showed an outstanding talent for painting from an early age. As a child prodigy, he took up studies at the Royal Academy at the age of 11, and shortly thereafter began to achieve his first serious success as a painter. John Everett Millais' canvases from that period are distinguished by their great realism and faithful color reproduction, with fairy tales, legends and literature as their main motifs. The painter was particularly inspired by the works of Shakespeare, and among his most famous works is undoubtedly "Ophelia." In the later years of his life, the artist slightly changed the direction of his career and abandoned the earlier realism in favor of classical painting of the Victorian era. Thus, the painter's achievements included countless female, family and children's portraits, which impress with their attention to detail and quality of execution.

John Everett Millais paintings for the wall

Extremely realistic and at the same time set in a fairy-tale and literary reality, paintings by John Everett Millais are a tailor-made offer for lovers of art with a capital "S". Therefore, in the bimago offer could not miss reproductions of the most famous and appreciated works of this British painter, magnificent portraits and genre scenes. Each of them can become a fantastic decoration of a living room, bedroom or guest room, perfectly harmonizing with a desk, dresser or bed in Victorian style. Reproductions of the works of John Everett Millais will also go well with interiors decorated in a modern version of the English style, for example, hung on a striking chesterfield sofa.

John Everett Millais The Blind Girl and other paintings of him

Among the most famous John Everett Millais paintings is the masterpiece "The Blind Girl". This work depicts two girls in a field. John Everett Millais The Blind Girl is a painting full of contrasts: it features sun and rain, a double rainbow, a blind girl with harmony and her guide. The work is often interpreted as an allegory of the senses. The painting is currently in the collection of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, one of Britain's largest independent museums. John Everett Millais' Ophelia, inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, is also a very well-known work. This work shows the tragic death of Ophelia, stricken with madness and drowning in a stream. John Everett Millais' Ophelia is currently on view at Tate Britain in London. For all lovers and admirers of the remarkable art of the British artist, we recommend the collection of Millais reproductions. John Everett Millais paintings can become a stylish decoration of a living room or bedroom.