Skip to content

Museum ReStART

Now offering 25% off everything on the site, promo code MUSEUMRESTART

We are open for business and ready to process your order.

FREE SHIPPING in USA on orders over $100

Museum Quality Fine Art Prints & Custom Framing

No products in the cart.

No products in the cart.

18996

Marie Spartali Stillman

Loading

03/10/1844 - 03/06/1927

""

Marie Spartali Stillman started as a model for the works of painters in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and received training to become a painter. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood painted in a style that drew from before the Italian Renaissance. They believed that art before the Italian Renaissance depicted nature and the human body more realistically, rather than idealistically. The subject of Stillman’s paintings were typical of Pre-Raphaelites, such as female figures, scenes from literature, and landscapes. Her paintings displayed great attention to detail, intense colors, and complex compositions. Her long career spanned over sixty years and produced over a hundred fifty works. During her lifetime, she displayed her works at the Royal Academy and various galleries in the USA including the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia and the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago.

Scroll To Top