Pre-Raphaelites Tate Britain
The return and re-hanging of the nation’s Pre-Raphaelite works, including Millais’ Ophelia (pictured right), to Tate Britain. They are going back on display from Thursday 7 August 2014 after being seen by over 1.1 million people worldwide. They include: John Everett Millais’ , Ophelia; Beata Beatrix by Dante Gabriel Rossett (pictured left); The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse; The Beloved by Rossetti; and Mariana (pictured centre) by John Everett Millais. These works are being displayed in the 'grand' surroundings of the 1840 galleries as part of the BP Walk through British Art.
Millbank, London, UK.