John Everett Milles (1829-1896) was a nineteenth-century British painter. He was the youngest and most talented of the three founders of Raphaelism (Hunter and Brown were the other two). His oil painting "Christ in His Parents'Home" (1850) reflects the spirit of this school, but it also arouses great controversy. It is famous for its delicate style of painting. In the 1950s, his art entered a mature stage, with excellent works such as the Release Order (1853) and the Blind Girl (1856). It also has landscape paintings and figure paintings. In 1896, he became president of the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences.