Pre-Raphaelite artists go on show at Tate Britain

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Paintings by a group of painters who rebelled against the art world in Victorian London has gone on show at Tate Britain.

The Pre-Raphaelite movement, which began in the heart of London, wanted to purify British art.

The exhibition's co-curator Tim Barringer and author Lucinda Hawksley have spoken about the artwork, which began as an act of rebellion.

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