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	Image: Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914), ‘Oh, what’s that in the hollow, so pale, I quake to follow?’ ‘Oh, that’s a thin dead body, which waits the eternal term.’ 1893 (detail), watercolour with gum and scratching-out on paper, Royal Watercolour Society

The mirror crack’d from side to side

Pre-Raphaelite depictions of The Lady of Shalott

An exploration of Pre-Raphaelite visualisations of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s mythological figure, The Lady of Shalott

Presented by Assoc. Prof. Alison Inglis, lecturer in art history, University of Melbourne

Image: Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914), ‘Oh, what’s that in the hollow, so pale, I quake to follow?’ ‘Oh, that’s a thin dead body, which waits the eternal term.’ 1893 (detail), watercolour with gum and scratching-out on paper, Royal Watercolour Society

Saturday 30 July 2011, 11.00am

Free

Duration 1 hour
Location: Domain Theatre

Related exhibition: The poetry of drawing: Pre-Raphaelite designs, studies and watercolours