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September 23, 2010

Assistant Professor Helena Domenic of the Humanities and Communciations Arts Department

Assistant Professor Helena Domenic of the Humanities and Communciations Arts Department

Assistant Professor Helena Domenic recently had her article published on the Manhattan Arts Herstory blog about women in the Pre-Raphaelite art movement. The women in the Pre-Raphaelite period were quintessential to the movement. Master artists like Gerome, Bouguereau, Waterhouse, Alma-Tadema, and Lord Leighton to mention a few certainly perceived the significance, exquisiteness, beauty, and danger of the female. This movement is the most inspiring period in art history.  Read the article.