Caption Competition at the Thames & Hudson blog

To celebrate the launch of their new blog, Thames & Hudson are offering a copy of ‘Pre-Raphaelite Drawing’ as a prize for the best caption to Frederick Sandys’ famous ‘Medea’. You can read Thames & Hudson’s recent blog post on ‘The Poetry of Drawing’ exhibition which is currently at BMAG here: www.tandhblog.co.uk/2011/03/the-poetry-of-drawing/

Post your caption on Flickr, the BMAG Facebook page or send it to @BMAGimages on Twitter by 10am on Monday to be in with a chance. The lucky winner will be chosen by Thames & Hudson and announced on Monday.

You can find more information about ‘The Poetry of Drawing’ exhibition here: www.bmag.org.uk/events?id=1038

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