Uncover the mysteries of this secret society of painters
We know it’s a hard name to pronounce. Try it like this: Pre-raf-e-light. Got it? Great!
The Pre-Raphaelites were a group of artists in the Victorian era. They believed art should be as similar to the real world as possible. Think of it like this. If you painted a park, the park you’ve painted should show the park as you see it. That means you can’t paint the grass blue, when you know it’s green.