Victorian London, during the 19th century, was the capital city center of a vast growing empire that covered the world, making it the center of the world for government, military, finance, and arts. Impressionism was in vogue as up and coming painters made an impact. In contrasting response, another growing movement by the 'Brotherhood of the Pre-Raphaelites' advocated classic compostion and style with vivid color pallets. The London Gallery is perfectly suited to showcase fine Pre-Raphaelite art bh such masters as Millais, Hunt, and Rossetti. But one doesn't need to have an art history background to appreciate this gallery. With the design cues of an English manor house, debossed organic shapes add an elegant touch. Peek inside the specially designed large bay windows and see miniature examples of classic Pre-Raphaelite works.
Coordinates with 6000594 "Toby Street Vendor".