Millais

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Millais Baronets
... The Millais Baronetcy, of Palace Gate in Kensington in the County of Middlesex and of St Ouen in Jersey, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom ... It was created on 16 July 1885 for the painter and illustrator John Everett Millais ...
Louise Jopling - Social Life
... One year we have her portrait, magnificently sketched by Millais, adorning the walls of the Grosvenor next season she figures as the heroine of a ‘society ... hangs the portrait, by her old friend Sir John Millais, which made such a sensation at the Grosvenor a year or two ago…Here Mr ... Oscar Wilde are always to be found, discussing the eternal problems of art while Sir John Millais, Mr ...
The Black Brunswicker (Millais) - Creation and Reception
... Millais is reported to have paid particularly close attention to the correctness of the Brunswicker's uniform ... Millais' son says that they both posed with wooden props ... leant on the bosom of a man of wood." It was also bought for the highest price Millais had ever received from dealer and publisher Ernest Gambart—100 guineas ...
Thomas Oldham Barlow - Biography
... In 1856, Barlow engraved John Everett Millais's 'Huguenot', and in 1860 his 'My First Sermon', and during the latter part of his life was largely engaged upon that artist's works ... Cardinal Newman, Lord Salisbury, and other public characters, painted by Millais for the art dealer "Agnew's", were all engraved by Barlow ... Portraits of Barlow were painted by John Phillip in 1856, and by Millais in 1886, and he sat as a model for the figure of the sick ornithologist in the Millais's picture, 'The Ruling Passion' ...
The Rescue (painting)
... The Rescue (1855) is a painting by John Everett Millais depicting a fireman rescuing three children from a house fire, with their mother receiving them back into her arms ... Millais witnessed the death of a fireman in the course of a rescue, and decided to depict the subject ... Millais sought to create the correct effects of light and smoke by using a sheet of coloured glass and by burning planks of wood ...