The Pre-Raphaelite Collection
Where is it?
The Panelled Room in Old Tullie House
What is it?
A nationally important collection of 19th century Pre-Raphaelite art.
Why should I see it?
Carlisle is one of only a few cities in the country where you can see works by this popular artistic movement. Pre-Raphaelite art was hugely influential and attracted many followers and admirers. Today their art is popular worldwide.
Collection highlights include a rare early watercolour by Dante Gabriel Rossetti called ‘Borgia’, ‘Windermere, A Storm’ by Ford Madox Brown, ‘Artemis’ embroidery design by William Morris, ‘The Rift within the Lute’ by Arthur Hughes and Burne-Jones’ original stained glass window designs for the East window of St Martin’s Church, Brampton.