"of course the Pre-Raphaelite"
Romeo and Juliet by Ford Madox Brown
The Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood
was an artistic movement that deliberately set itself against what they saw as the predominant Raphaelite style of art. They aimed to create art that was less artificial and a closer imitation of nature, taking inspiration from medieval European art. Distinctive elements in Pre-Raphaelite art include vivid, jewel-like colours, medieval settings or subjects, and full-lipped, pale-skinned women with long hair.