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Hunt William Holman

Hunt, William Holman, born 1827, a renowned English painter, made his studies at the school of the Royal Academy, and began to exhibit in 1846. Belonging to the Pre-Raphaelite school, he had a great circle of admirers. His Claudio and Isabella (1853) made a great sensation, and was followed the next year by the Light of the World, perhaps the most widely-known and admired of all his pictures. He then turned his attention to Eastern subjects, the most valued of his works in this direction being The Scapegoat (1856), the

Finding of the- Saviour (1860), and the Shadow of the Cross (1873).