London City in England, United Kingdom, Europe

Agony in the Garden see all

Allegory see all

Bacchanale see all

Bath of Psyche see all

Creation of Eve see all

Crucifixion see all

Death of the First Born see all

Execution of Lady Jane Gray see all

Holy Family see all

Lady of Shalott see all

Madonna and Child see all

Madonna and Child with Saints see all

Madonna and Child with St. Anne see all

Martyrdom see all

Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian see all

Nativity see all

Paolo and Francesca see all

Raising of Lazarus see all

St John the Evangelist at Patmos see all

Toilet of Venus see all

Venus and Cupid see all

Academic Classicism

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Early Renaissance

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Mannerism

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Victorian

Victorian Neo-Classicism

London United Kingdom, Europe, England

Botticelli Reimagined at Victoria and Albert Museum from 2016-3-5 to 2016-7-3 Closed

Monet: The Water Garden at Giverny at National Gallery of Art from 2015-1-1 On Now!

El Greco at the National Gallery at National Gallery of Art from 2015-2-26 to 2015-8-2 Closed

1860

1864

Frederic Leighton purchases a plot of land near Holland Park and begins work on his house.

1874

When Lord Leighton took over the Royal Academy it was a _tumultuous period_ as they had been evicted from their former residence in Trafalgar Square and they were moving into their new one in London. The old Royal Academy was in the process of becoming the one we know today.
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