Goc, NE (2008) Nicola Goc. [Video]
Nicola Goc looks at how Pre-Raphaelite artists - influenced by the epic narrative poem "The Life and Death of Jason" by fellow artist and poet William Morris - turned away from the portrayal of Medea as the infanticidal mother and merged the sorceress and the woman, subduing the "wild-cat fierceness" of her nature to create an alluring, mystical Medea.
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