Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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English poet and painter who was a leader of the Pre-Raphaelites (1828-1882)


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The fullest embodiment of this self-conscious Pre-Raphaelite project in verse is not the well-known poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, nor indeed those of his sister Christina, but the poems written by their brother William in the late 1840s, just as the Pre-Raphaelite revolution in the arts was getting underway.
Christina Rossetti: A Descriptive Bibliography is well illustrated, with a sixteen-page insert of high-quality colour plates of selected bindings, spines, title pages, frontispieces, and inscriptions from a selection of books by Rossetti; also included here are some examples of hymnals, musical settings, and ephemera, as well as a Dante Gabriel Rossetti chalk portrait of Christina Rossetti.
Why these deliberate and complex maneuvers to insist on generalizing the situation, on making the reader abstract himself from the "real" world where "I" is Dante Gabriel Rossetti, "thee" is Elizabeth Siddal mingled with Jane Morris, and the story goes: "Rossetti had a very ambivalent and torturous love-life since he idolized Elizabeth Siddal as the incarnation of an ideal beauty while coping with her existence as a human person for six years of dubious semi-engagement, semi-erotic-self-surrender that broke them both up, and that ended in marriage, Miss Siddal's decumbiture of a still-born baby, and her suicide for which, with the reason that is so conspicuously absent from most of the rest of Rossetti's life, he felt responsible.
Elizabeth Siddal, William Morris, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti are
The "art for art sakes" and "erotic faith" aesthetics of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the other pre-Raphaelite artists influenced new views of sexuality in the Victorian era usually thought of as repressed.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) Study of Jane Morris for 'Mnemosyne', 1876 Pastel on paper (c) Private collection c/o Christie's Images Ltd.
Disparaging the materialism of Britain's industrial revolution and its deleterious effects, these Englishmen--with a twenty-year-old gadfly, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, as their spokesman--organized the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a movement laden with lofty goals and pie-in-the-sky ideals.
Never previously exhibited since she was drawn in 1876 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), the Study of Jane Morris for Mnemosyne is a stunning work of pastel art.
Her favourite artist is Dante Gabriel Rossetti "because I enjoy the symbolism in his work and I try to put meaning and a message in my own work".
30 Leicester Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English poet and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood.
The 192-page volume includes the angels painted by William Blake, Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Marc Chagall, Frederic Leighton, Rembrandt, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Diego Velazquez.
With the naive John Everett Millais (Samuel Barnett) and the undisciplined Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Aidan Turner), Hunt samples the delights of the era under the eye of budding journalist Fred Walters (Sam Crane), who creates hype about the artists' work.
There were actually seven in the brotherhood - William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, plus his brother William Michael Rossetti and James Collinson, Frederic George Stephens and Thomas Woolner.
There's William "Maniac" Holman Hunt (played by Rafe Spall), the gifted John Everett Millais (Samuel Barnett) and the charismatic Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Aidan Turner), who was notorious for seducing his models.