Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The "Love School" was the popular designation bestowed upon the Pre-Raphaelite art movement in England and Europe during the mid-19th century. This six-part British miniseries dramatized selected events in the lives of such Love School disciples as John Ruskin, John Everett Millais, Elizabeth Siddall, and Dante Gabriel Rosetti, all of them equally talented within the realms of painting, poetry, and criticism. The BBC series opened on January 22, 1975 with the episode titled "The Brotherhood." Subsequent 75-minute installments of Love School included "An Impeccable Elopement" (January 29), "Seeking the Bubbles" (February 5), "Remember Me" (February 12), "Beata Beatrix" (February 19), and "The Artisan" (February 26), all in 1975.