Zoom into the finest details of six classic paintings associated with the Desperate Romantics television series
You can now view the paintings of the Desperate Romantics in a brand new way, because we've taken the most important ones from the drama and made them 'zoomable'!
It's amazing to see the brushwork that made the Pre-Raphaelites famous in extreme close-up and while you're there, take a look at the cracks in the canvas!
You can also listen to exclusive commentary from the Tate's very own Pre-Raphaelite curator Alison Smith and learn more about each of the paintings' composition and history.
So, while you're zooming around click on the Expert Commentary to get the full experience.
- Christ in the House of His Parents (1849-50), John Everett Millais - Episode 1. © Tate, London 2009 (Tate Britain)
- Ophelia (1851-2), John Everett Millais - Episode 2. © Tate, London 2009 (Tate Britain)
- The Order of Release, 1746 (1852-3), John Everett Millais - Episode 3. © Tate, London 2009 (Tate Britain)
- The Scapegoat (1854-5), William Holman Hunt - Episode 4. © National Museums Liverpool (Lady Lever Gallery Liverpool)
- Bocca Baciata (1859), Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Episode 5. © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Beata Beatrix (1864-70), Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Episode 6. © Tate, London 2009 (Tate Britain)