Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Pre-Raphaelites on Model Mayhem

All credit for today's blog goes to Jen Parrish, who found and compiled these images. Check out these gorgeous Pre-Raphaelite-style photographs from Model Mayhem!

Photographer Richard Greenthorn:

Photographer Timothy Lantz:

Model Liadhan:

Photographer Thomas Dodd:

Photographer Marcus J Ranum:

Model Sleep:
Photographer Nina Pak:


almeriane said...

The 1rst picture is so beautiful!!! I love her looking, full of sweetness & tenderness!!!

Cathy said...

Wonderful photographs ... the second picture is quite striking. Thanks so much for sharing these!

alme said...

Hello Grace!I recently made a blog concerning my new oil paintings collection, which is a tribute to the Pre-Raphaelites. Right now, there are only the first paintings and drawings, but little by little I,m painting news ones to 30 artworks. I interprete their theme but w/ my own style, defined in Paris as Art-Nouveau Andaluz!I would need some point of views... :)As you are a Pre-raphaelite lover, if you don´t mind checking-out my artworks, here is the link of my blog:
Hope you´ll like!:)
Thanks again for your blog, that I follow!

RowanDeVoe said...

all of these photographs are amazing. i wish i could take photos like that but mine are just for fun. and, as i get older, i become more ok with the fact that i am never going to be a beauty so i can just do the process which is what i like the best. i have a few friends who are going to model for me which will be such a great change-what a load off to focus on one thing! i am sure you understand.

ruthie said...

these are stunning, i always feel inspired to paint when i see images such as these, thank you!

Elektra Dekker said...

Thank you for also posting the image i did with NINA PAK!

Beautiful choices anyway. And one surprise for me too!

All the best,

Elektra Dekker-Goncharova

Nina Pak said...

I love what you have done here. Blessings for the New Year!

Grace said...

Elektra and Nina, thank you for creating such a beautiful image!!

Canoli said...

I like the Pre-Raphaelites.  People dismiss them as children book illustrators...but illustrated children's books are my favorite art form.  And in the Pre-Raphaelites we encounter an abundance of perfect breasts, which carries us spiritually from childhood through young adulthood and beyond.