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William Holman Hunt - Bianca - Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, United Kingdom.

William Holman Hunt - Bianca - Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, United Kingdom.

William Holman Hunt, The Lady of Shalott, 1850

William Holman Hunt, The Lady of Shalott, 1850

William Holman Hunt, O.M., R.W.S. (1827-1910)

William Holman Hunt, O.M., R.W.S. (1827-1910)

"The Shadow of Death" by William Holman Hunt, 1873

"The Shadow of Death" by William Holman Hunt, 1873

The Lady of Shalott, William Holman Hunt, Edward Moxon. Wood engraved illustration in bound volume.

The Lady of Shalott, William Holman Hunt, Edward Moxon. Wood engraved illustration in bound volume.

'The Haunted Manor', William Holman Hunt | Tate www.tate.org.uk1146 × 786Buscar por imagen William Holman Hunt ‘The Ship’, 1875 William Holman HUNT - Buscar con Google

'The Haunted Manor', William Holman Hunt | Tate www.tate.org.uk1146 × 786Buscar por imagen William Holman Hunt ‘The Ship’, 1875 William Holman HUNT - Buscar con Google

William Holman Hunt, Isabella and the Pot of Basil, 1876

William Holman Hunt, Isabella and the Pot of Basil, 1876

William Holman Hunt - Isabella and the Pot of Basil (from John Keat's poem), Laing Art Gallery,    Newcastle upon Tyne.

William Holman Hunt - Isabella and the Pot of Basil (from John Keat's poem), Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Artwork page for Claudio and Isabella, William Holman Hunt 1850 on display at Tate Britain. This scene represents a moment of complex moral dilemma for Claudio and Isabella, characters from Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure. Claudio has been sentenced to death by Angelo, deputy to the duke of Vienna. He can only be saved if his sister, Isabella, sacrifices her virginity to Angelo. Claudio’s awkward pose draws attention to his prison shackles. The apple blossom blown by the wind at his feet…

Artwork page for Claudio and Isabella, William Holman Hunt 1850 on display at Tate Britain. This scene represents a moment of complex moral dilemma for Claudio and Isabella, characters from Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure. Claudio has been sentenced to death by Angelo, deputy to the duke of Vienna. He can only be saved if his sister, Isabella, sacrifices her virginity to Angelo. Claudio’s awkward pose draws attention to his prison shackles. The apple blossom blown by the wind at his feet…

William Holman Hunt, 'El despertar conciencia' 1853

William Holman Hunt, 'El despertar conciencia' 1853