This project collaboration was inspired by Covid-19 and the lockdown the world is currently in. With businesses and museums shut to the public indefinitely during quarantine, creativity has been applied to the following pieces. Working with Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, these paintings from their Pre-Raphaelites selection were chosen to reflect everyday life today, but applied to the past.

'The Lady of Pity' (La Donna Della Finestra), 1870, Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

'The Long Engagement', (1854–1859), Arthur Hughes.

'The Blind Girl', (1854–1856), John Everett Millais.

'The Travelling Companions' (1862), Augustus Leopold Egg.

Melody Musica (1895-97), Kate Elizabeth Bunce

'Medea' (1866-1868), Frederick Augustus Sandys.

'The Last of England', (1855), Ford Madox Brown.

'Proserpine' (1857), Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

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