A Vintage copy of Sir John Everitt Millais Painting of 'The Boyhood of Raleigh' meeting a fisherman with a friend at the coast
Printed on back of frame Tate Gallery, London English School 1829-1896 - The Medici Society Ltd, 7 Grafton Street, W1
Sir John Everett Millais (1829-1896) was an infant prodigy admitted to the Royal Academy Schools at the age of eleven. In 1848, together with Holman Hunt and Rossetti, he founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, rejecting academic principles for brilliant, minute accuracy based on a close study of nature. From about 1853, however, he achieved great success as an academic painter of portraits and genre scenes and in 1896 was elected President of the Royal Academy
Size of frame L 10.5" x H 9 3/4" x W 3/4"
Delivery options - Parcel Force 48hr - Via our own van(please enquire as to costs) or collection from CO9
Print will be wrapped in bubble wrap and placed in cardboard to minimise any damage