Millais, Plate 103, illustrates the next parable, that of the lost coin.
There were about twenty guests, among others the painter Millais.
A fine picture by Landseer or Millais would outweigh, in intrinsic value, the whole collection.
This incident the genius of my friend Mr. Millais is about to render immortal.
Millais and Tadema endorsed his praise, and Heyermans' reputation was established.
It was in 1855 that Millais married the lady who had been Mrs. Ruskin.
I think he knew that his prophecy, so mournfully spoken to Millais by the death-bed of Thackeray, was near its fulfilment.
The one picture of the year, according to Mr. Ruskin, was the Rescue, by Millais.
It has more of the loose but massive work of our English realist, Millais, about it than the compacter work of Rembrandt.
Millais came in for a like share of condemnation when he sold his "Bubbles" to Pears' Soap.