Effie Gray

Euphemia Chalmers Millais, Lady Millais née Gray, known as Effie Gray, Effie Ruskin or Effie Millais (1828 – 23 December 1897) was the wife of the critic John Ruskin, but left her husband without the marriage being consummated, and after the annulment of the marriage, married his protégé, the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais. This famous Victorian "love triangle" has been dramatised in several plays and an opera.

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... The Love of John Ruskin (1912) a silent movie about Ruskin, Gray and Millais ... The Love School (1975) a BBC series about the Pre-Raphaelites, starring Anne Kidd (Gray), David Collings (Ruskin), Peter Egan (Millais) John Ruskin's Wife (1979) a novel about the relationship by Eva ... (1994), a short film directed by Alex Chappel, starring Mark McKinney (Ruskin), Neve Campbell (Gray) and Colette Stevenson (Gray's voice) ...

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