Hughes became one of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’s most important followers.  He painted using typical Pre-Raphaelite techniques; painting straight onto bright white canvases with extreme attention to detail, creating compositions based on literary or religious themes with strong colours.

Hughes is known for his use of purple, seen here in a misty haze on the horizon.

But is anything else hazy about this work?

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