Buy a Ready to Hang Millais Print of Isabella. This is an eye-catching Pre-Raphaelite creation by English painter and illustrator Sir John Everett Millais. This stunning work of art was painted in 1849 and depicts Lorenzo and Isabella from the John Keats poem. The cut blood orange being passed to Isabella is symbolic of someone who has just been decapitated which was sadly to be Lorenzos fate. Sir John Everett Millais was a child genius who at eleven years old was the youngest student ever to enter the Royal Academy School. This artwork depicts the three daughters of a wealthy merchant and art collector, Walter Armstrong. We are ever-expanding our classic art collection, feel free to view the category here.
As with all our art on this website this product is available in a variety of formats, the most popular being the stretched canvas print & framed prints, however, the product can also be bought as a rolled canvas (no support frame), paper print, wall decal (wall sticker) and floating frame (our most premium product combining a canvas print and a framed print).