VICTORIAN CENTERFOLD: ANOTHER LOOK AT MILLAIS'S CHERRY RIPE
- REPLY TO PAMELA TAMARKIN REIS. Bradley, Laurel // Victorian Studies;Winter92, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p206
Comments on an article that elaborated a pedophilic reading of Cherry Ripe, a portrait from John Everett Millais which was the centerfold of the 'Graphic' newspaper published in the 19th century. Information on the portrait's public meaning in Victorian times; Argument on the frank sexuality of...
- The Portraiture Of J.E. Millais. // British Heritage;Feb/Mar99, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p16
Focuses on the exhibit of artwork by John Everett Millais at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. Collection of portraitures; Influence of Millais on the Pre-Raphaelite style; Admission fees.
- FROM EDEN TO EMPIRE: JOHN EVERETT MILLIAS'S CHERRY RIPE. Bradley, Laurel // Victorian Studies;Winter91, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p179
Focuses on the 1879 portrait painting, 'Cherry Ripe,' by John Everett Millais. Information on the popularity of the works of Millais; Artist who influenced Millais; Parallel between Millais' growth and the development of artistic maturity of the British School.
- A FAMILY AFFAIR. Platt, Edward // Tate Etc.;Autumn2007, Issue 11, p88
The author focuses on artist John Everett Millais I and his works, including the portrait of the Lemprière family on Twelfth Night. He states that in Millais' said portrait, the members of the family are depicted from the front, but Millais has placed himself on a chair to the left, where he...
- Soft Soap. Furtado, Peter // History Today;Oct2007, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p4
LOVED BY THE PUBLIC, his fellow-artists and his large family alike, no one ever had a bad word for John Everett Millais (1829-98), and he has remained in the public eye for such iconic paintings as the dead Ophelia floating, still entranced in her love for Hamlet and surrounded by flowers...
- The Girl in Cherry Ripe. // Time;8/25/1958, Vol. 72 Issue 8, p62
The article reports that William Luson Thomas commissioned painter John Everett Millais to do the portrait Cherry Ripe, which depicts Thomas' niece Edie Ramage who is sitting atop two sacks of cherries. It states that Thomas sold the portrait to Joseph B. Robinson and was exhibited at the Royal...
- John Millais's children: Faith, erotics, and the Woodman's Daughter. Polhemus, Robert M. // Victorian Studies;Spring94, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p433
Examines English painter John Millais' paintings of children. Cultural meaning in Millais' `The Woodman's Daughter'; Qualities of childhood depicted in the painting; Sexual scandal as the inspiration for Millais' painting; Impregnation of a country girl by the squire's son in the poem `The...
- The Sower. // Arts, Theology & The Church: New Intersections;2005, following p176
A photograph of "The Sower," a relief print on paper by Sir John Everett Millais, is presented.
- The Leaven. // Arts, Theology & The Church: New Intersections;2005, following p176
A photograph of "The Leaven," a relief print on paper by Sir John Everett Millais, is presented.