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William Holman Hunt
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Isabella and the Pot of Basil
1868; depicts a scene from Keats' poem; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
William Holman Hunt
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A Converted British Family Sheltering a Christian Missionary from the Persecution of the Druids; 1850; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England; oil on canvas laid down on panel; 111 x 141 cm
William Holman Hunt
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Claudio and Isabella; 1850; English; Pre-Raphaelites; The Makins Collection, London, England; oil on panel; 20 x 12 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Eve of St. Agnes; 1848; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Guildhall Art Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 77 x 113 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple; 1854; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Sudley House, National Museums Liverpool, England; oil on canvas; 46 x 70 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Hireling Shepherd; 1851; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England; oil on canvas; 76 x 110 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Light of the World; 1853-1856; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England; oil on canvas; 25 x 51 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Scapegoat; 1854; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Lady Lever Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool, England; oil on canvas; 87 x 140 cm
William Holman Hunt
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The Shadow of Death; 1870-1873; English; Pre-Raphaelites; Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England; oil on canvas; 214 x 168 cm






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