Hunt, William Holman: The Scapegoat. Fine Art Canvas. Sizes: A3/A2/A1 (00486)« back
High quality canvas available in sizes: A3, A2 or A1
A superior canvas, gallery wrapped using 18mm canvas stretchers for a stunning finish. Arrives ready to hang.
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William Holman Hunt was born in London on 2 April 1827. A clerk for several years, he left the world of trade to study at the British Museum and the National Gallery.
In 1844 he entered the Royal Academy. Here he joined with Millais and Rossetti to develop the Pre-Raphaelite theories of art and, in 1848, to found the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. His first canvas to interpret these themes was Rienzi, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1849.
In 1854 Hunt went to the Holy Land to portray scenes from the life of Christ, aiming to achieve total historical and archaelogical truth. He returned to Palestine in 1869 and again in 1873.
Throughout his life Hunt remained dedicated to Pre-Raphaelite concepts, as exemplified in such works as The Light of the World, The Scapegoat and The Shadow of Death.
Hunt died in Kensington, London on 7 September 1910.
A3 = 305mm x 406mm or 12 x 16 inches.
A2 = 406mm x 508mm or 16 x 20 inches.
A1 = 508mm x 762mm or 20 x 30 inches.
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