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

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In his Spectator essay, Rossetti defines the aim of the Pre-Raphaelite artists as "investigation for themselves on all points which have hitherto been settled by example or unproved precept, and unflinching avowal of the result of such investigation.
In his most recent role Rossetti (57) acted as Senior Vice President Late Stage Development at Merck Sharp & Dohme, or MSD.
However, six years later she started what would become a lengthy love affair with Rossetti - 10 years her senior - after she started to pose for him again.
The work of Rossetti and Wilde was powerfully related to their libidos, but this does not seem to be the case with Whistler.
The result is just as odd as calling Rossetti "Gothic;" her work is that of a child lost on the literary landscape.
Maura Ives's Christina Rossetti: A Descriptive Bibliography is a most impressive achievement that meets a significant need in Rossetti studies.
members of the Pre-Raphaelite movement (Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William
Indeed, Rossetti alone is great enough in poetry to stand as foil to Robert Browning, that other figure behind the 'Nineties.
By Christina Rossetti Carol Ann says: The great Victorian poet Christina Rossetti was born in London in 1830 and was a religious woman.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood were a group of radical young artists led by Rossetti, Millais and Holman Hunt, who banded together in the mid 19th century and revolutionised British art.
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.
Rossetti himself, in spite of his remarkable ability to summon up mood by the application of subtle line and delicate shadow, frequently came in for some stick.