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PRB Stylin’

For figure painters, the work of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a loose collection of mid-19th-century London artists, is bound to be a source of fascination. The group, comprising nine members, all of whom signed their work not only with their names but also with the cryptic initials “PRB,” formed in September, 1848, with the aim of upturning the established conventions of subject matter and technique in painting. With none of the members older than 25 years, their attitude strikes me as akin to the unconventional students of Germany’s Bauhaus—or even the youthful rebellion of rock bands like the Beatles or the

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