Mirusia will join 100+ singers, dancers and musicians presenting the concert Scotland the Brave on June 30 and July 2 in Melbourne and Brisbane October 17, 2017
Victorian artist John William Waterhouse paintings are a type of ‘romantic classicism’ as he interpreted history legend & poetry inspired by the pre-Raphaelites
Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy from Pride and Prejudice is constantly recycled so succeeding generations of young women continually fall for his fatal lack of charm
English author Jane Austen lived in one of the most eventful, colourful and turbulent epochs in the history of England and Europe.
Members of the clans of Scotland, scattered all over the world today still communicate and celebrate being part of a wider family, one with a dramatic history.
In style and technique the Pre-Raphaelites marked a return to the early Italian Renaissance but by contrast their subject matter was both radical and innovative
The famous meeting, courtship and marriage of England’s favourite poet Elizabeth Barrett and poet Robert Browning was the 19th centuries most famous love story
Coventry Patmore wrote a poem about his wife Emily after she died describing her many virtues and from then on all Victorian men wanted an ‘Angel in the House’
The Romance of the Middle Ages an exhibition at the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford in 2012 showcased manuscripts early printed books and romanz, romantic literature
It is hard to judge the impact of Sir Walter Scott’s Waverley novels published over an eighteen-year period from 1814, except to say it was more than considerable. Rousing tales such as Rob Roy, Ivanhoe and Quentin Durwood fuelled a Gothic Medieval architectural revival elevating the romantic view. By way…