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Free download - desktop wallpaper for August 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for August 2010 is now available. more »

Free download - desktop wallpaper for July 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for July 2010 is now available. more »

Free download - desktop wallpaper for June 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for June 2010 is now available. more »

Free download - desktop wallpaper for May 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for May 2010 is now available. more »

"Wind-Gardens", a poem by the blind Pre-Raphaelite poet Philip Bourke Marston

From 'Garden Secrets', with illustrations by John William Waterhouse. more »

Hylas and the Nymphs, a Sonnet

A Sonnet suggested by the painting by John William Waterhouse more »

Fred Walters (1829-1888), a Pre-Raphaelite associate

An article from 1903 about this little known associate of the Pre-Raphaelites. more »

Free download - desktop wallpaper for April 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for April 2010 is now available. more »

An Ode to the School of Plato

A poem written by Clifford Bax upon seeing Jean Delville's The School of Plato. more »

Luis Falero, the Artist who dreamed of the Stars

In the Metropolitan Museum of Art there is a picture that always attracts the passer by. It is very small, and it represents only two nude figures, on the end of which a star blazes. It is called "The Twin Stars", and even the Sunday crowd of working people and their children, who usually stop only before the historical pictures or those that tell a story of some sort, always give this a glance. more »

Free download - desktop wallpaper for March 2010

Each month ArtMagick offers a free desktop wallpaper download, imprinted with that month's calendar. The download for March 2010 is now available. more »

The Grange, Sir Edward Burne-Jones' home

'Go down the Cromwell Road till your cabhorse drops dead, and then ask someone.' The Grange, 49 North End Road, Fulham, was the London home of the English Pre-Raphaelite painter Sir Edward Burne-Jones. more »

Artists at Home: Life in the "Bush" - Walter Crane

If you're a Londoner and travel on the Underground's Central Line, next time you pass through Shepherd's Bush remember the artists Walter Crane and Sir Edward Poynter as their former homes in Wood Lane were torn down in the mid 1890s to make room for the terminus of the Central London Railway in Shepherd's Bush. more »

The Four Stages of Knighthood, as illustrated by Edmund Blair Leighton

Featuring four paintings by Edmund Blair Leighton - Vox Populi, the Dedication, the Accolade and God Speed. more »

Rosslyn Chapel's Apprentice Pillar

This 1897 painting by Phil R. Morris appears to be a romanticised Victorian interpretation of the tale behind the famed Apprentice Pillar, found inside Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh in Scotland. more »

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