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The poetry of sand and sun

A. O. Lamplough

1877-1930

"If I am not grotesque I am nothing"

Aubrey Beardsley

1872-1898

The ovoid and its penetration

Barbara Hepworth

1903-1975

The art of seeing

Charles Darwin

1809-1882

Querulous poet founds art movement

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

1828-1882

A brilliant murderer studies motion

Eadweard Muybridge

1830-1904

A return to stained-glass grace

Edward Burne-Jones

1833-1898

"Art is eternal, but life is short…"

Evelyn De Morgan

1855-1919

Nothing is what it seems in the search for the Philosopher's Stone

George Ripley

1415-1490

Great painter and social icon

Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein)

1895-1978

Nature wins, every time

John Constable

1776-1837

The man who summoned angels

John Dee

1527-1608

Prodigy, Pre-Raphaelite, sellout?

John Everett Millais

1829-1896

Every age has its Star Boy — might as well be J.M.W. Turner

Joseph Mallord William Turner

1775-1851

The birth of science out of fire

Joseph Wright of Derby

1734-1797

"I'm not anyone's muse"

Leonora Carrington

1917-2011

An orphan talks to angels

Madge Gill

1882-1961

Mary brings home the bacon

Mary Beale

1633-1699

Flamboyant, unrepentant, and fabulous

Simeon Solomon

1840-1905

Tiny paintings of presumably normal-sized people

Susan Penelope Rosse

1652-1700

Sculptor turned poet, Pre-Raphaelite turned Neoclassicist

Thomas Woolner

1825-1892

Art is life, science is death

William Blake

1757-1827

Britain's photographic pioneer

William Henry Fox Talbot

1800-1877

A printmaker analyzes taste — and beauty comes out on top

William Hogarth

1697-1764

Stubborn commitment = beauty

William Holman Hunt

1827-1910

Can you run a socialist company in a capitalist economy?

William Morris

1834-1896

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