English artist Albert Joseph Moore

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Under the influence of Pre-Raphaelites: English artist Albert Joseph Moore (Albert Joseph Moore 1841-1893)

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Albert Joseph Moore (September 4, 1841 - September 25, 1893), an English artist.
He was born in York (Yorkshire, England).
The smallest of 14 children in the family of the artist William Moore. Father was a famous portraitist, brother Edwin Moore - watercolorist and teacher, brother William Moore - landscape painter and teacher, brother John Kolingem Moore - children's painter, landscape painter and master of genre drawing.
After the death of his father, in 1850 the family moved to London. The future artist studies at the Kensington Art School and subsequently at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Already at that time, his paintings were influenced by the school of pre-Raphaelites, the artistic style that emerged as a result of the synthesis of modern symbolism and romantic images.

In the early 1860's. A.J. Moore undertook a trip to Rome, where he developed his interest in classical sculpture, which received original refraction in the paintings. The artist was well acquainted with the collection of antique statues of the British Museum.
The very first orders of A.Mur were the development of design of fabrics, wallpapers, tiles, frescoes and glass.
In his works he used formalized classic scenery for the depiction of languid female figures, seducing the viewer, as a harmony of color and form, and his eroticism. A female figure is a means of expressing the abstract language of forms, colors, lines and patterns.

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