|Millais, Christ in the Carpenter's Shop (c1850)|
ARTISTS WANT TO CAMOUFLAGE in Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia), January 28, 1940, p. 2—
LONDON—One of the artists whose name has been submitted to the War Office for camouflage work is Mr. Raoul Millais, grandson of Sir John Millais, the Pre-Raphaelite painter, who became president of the Royal Academy.
Mr. Millais has so far specialized in portraits of people and horses.
A member of the Beaufort Hunt, Mr. Millais has painted several horses belonging to his fellow followers of the pack.
His most notable horse subject was Blandford, the sire of several Derby winners.