Allegories of the PRB | Daniel Dorall and Steve Cox

This exhibition investigates the lives, work and relationships of the mid 19th century artist group known as the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood with a view to understanding their radicalism.

Art Exhibition previously on at Counihan Gallery In Brunswick in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 23 January 2015 to Sunday 15 February 2015

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Published by Counihan Gallery on Saturday 17 January 2015.
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Dorall and Cox examine the revolutionary aspects of the PRB’s artistic output, including attention to detail, ‘modern’ subject matter and symbolism. Cox and Dorall present a contemporary take on the Pre-Raphaelite movement using many of the group’s detailed methods in their interpretations.

Artist talks: Saturday 31 January, 2.30 pm

Image top:
Steve Cox
Study of a Young Girl (for William Holman Hunt) 2014
Pencil
30 × 21 cm

Image bottom:
Daniel Dorall
The Good Shepherd2007 – 2014
Cardboard, sand, plastic, hydrocryl
50 × 30 × 6 cm

Images courtesy the artists