Your favourite Pre-Raphaelite painting

  • 8 January 2013

As we say a fond farewell to the Tate Britain's blockbuster exhibition Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde we'd like to know which painting seduced you the most.

From red-haired beauties, to well, more red-haired beauties the Pre-Raphaelites show was wall-to-wall with rich, gorgeous works painted by the rebellious and passionate Brotherhood. From the attendance figures it seems most of you have been and we'd love to know which of these exhibition highlights you fell in love with the most.

Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde is at Tate Britain until 13 January and you can get 50% off with your National Art Pass.

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    • Ophelia

      Sir John Everett Millais, 1851-2

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    • Monna Vanna

      Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1866 and ArtFunded in 1916

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    • The Beloved (The Bride)

      Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1865 - 1866 and ArtFunded in 1916

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    • Christ in the House of his Parents

      Sir John Everett Millais, 1849 - 1850 and ArtFunded in 1921

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    • Lady Lilith

      Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1866–8

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    • The Wedding of St George and Princess Sabra

      Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1857 and ArtFunded in 1921

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