The inaugural session of folding chairs the Brotherhood was held at the home of the parents of John dining chairs Millais, student chairs in Gower Street (London) school equipment in 1848, and it was attended by John Everett Millais (1829’1886), Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1820’1882) and William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), considered folding chair the founders of the group. Hunt and Millais were students at chairs the Royal Academy of Arts. Rossetti was a pupil of Ford Madox Brown (1821’1893), and had met Hunt after having been impressed by his painting The Eve of St. Agnes, based on the poem by Keats. Rossetti, poet, was interested in developing links between Romantic poetry and art.
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