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Extractions: Midsummer Eve Search For Posters! Buy Posters at AllPosters.com English painter Robert Edward Hughes is considered a Pre-Raphaelite although he had a flair for symbolism. Meticulous in detail, his watercolor landscapes displayed Pre-Raphaelite techniques that showcased literary themes including nude female subjects with long tresses, a trait which leaned towards symbolism. Robert Edward Hughes was born in 1851, in Clerkenwell, London, the only son of Edward Hughes and Harriet Foord. He was also the nephew of the great Pre-Raphaelite Arthur Hughes, who mentored the young artist until he became a student of the Royal Academy. In 1872, some of his works were exhibited at the Royal Academy. It was there that he met Edward Burne-Jones, whose work he had admired for some time. Their friendship and association influenced him to display a more Symbolist style. He became engaged to the daughter of famous poet and novelist, George MacDonald. Unfortunately, before their vows could be exchanged, his fiancÚ passed away suddenly. Thereafter, he was supported by her family and gave up exhibiting for many years. In 1883, Robert Edward Hughes married Emily Eliza Davies and began to concentrate on portraiture. Over the next decade, his works were displayed at the Royal Academy, Royal Watercolor Society, British Institution, and the Grosvenor Gallery. He was given the honor of becoming an Associate of the Royal Watercolor Society in 1891, and was voted into the position of Vice President from 1901-1903.