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John Melhuish Strudwick. "The Ramparts of God's House"

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John Melhuish Strudwick (1849-1937), "The Gentle Music of a Byegone Day", 1890 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

John Melhuish Strudwick - The Music of a Bygone Age, John Melhuish Strudwick May 1849 Clapham, London - 16 July 1937 Hammersmith), was a Victorian Pre-Raphaelite painter, the son of William Strudwick and Sarah Melhuish

"Acrasia," 1888 ~ by John Melhuish Strudwick (English, 1849-1937)

"Acrasia," 1888 ~ by John Melhuish Strudwick (English, Peter Nahum At The Leicester Galleries

John Collier, Sleeping Beauty, 1921.

The Sleeping Beauty - detail - by John Collier oil on canvas, 1921 // John Collier (artist) English painter in Pre-Raphaelite style; one of the most prominent artists of his time; also a writer

John Melhuish Strudwick - Thy music, faintly falling, dies away, thy dear eyes dream that love will live for aye

"Thy Music, faintly falling, dies away, Thy dear eyes dream that Love will live for aye." The picture's title is from a couplet by G. Bodley the eminent architect who was closely associated with the later Pre-Raphaelite movement.