Highlights of Tate's 2016 Programme: Dante Gabriel Rossetti Proserpine 1874 Oil on canvas support: 1251 x 610 mm frame: 1605 x 930 x 85 mm Presented by W. Graham Robertson 1940
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti - PreRaphaelite - Proserpine
Proserpina (1874), Dante Gabriel Rossetti. This is of course the very famous portrait of Jane Morris (Rossetti's lover and the wife of the artist William Morris), portraying Proserpine with her symbol, a pomegranate.
Pre Raphaelite Art / Proserpine / Dante Gabriel Rossetti One of my favourite Rossettis painting! P.s. simple quest for everyone) Why did Bill die?
Greek Mythology: Persephone and the Pomegranate. Every seed she ate was supposed to be a month she remained with Hades in the Underworld but at her mother Demeter's insistence, the six months were reduced to three. These three months are winter, for Demeter, Goddess of the Harvest, then withdraws from the world to mourn her daughter's absence.
The Lady of Shalott is an oil painting that was painted by John William Waterhouse in 1888. The painting is the artist interpretation of a scene from the poem “Lady of Shalott”. The scene shows the woman drifting down a stream in a boat after she catches a glimpse of Sir Lancelot. While looking at him her mirror cracks and she feels it is due to a curse. So she floats down the river singing.
John William Waterhouse's 'The Lady of Shalott', 1888, is one of Tate's most popular artworks in the collection: www.tate.org.uk/...
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Holman Hunt's Christ in the House of his Parents. Charles Dickens called it "degenerate". www.tate.org.uk/...
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Sir John Everett Millais, Christ in the House of His Parents (The Carpenters Shop) 1849-50
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Lewis: The Siesta (custom print)
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John Frederick Lewis, The Siesta, 1876 From the Tate Gallery: The artist Edward Lear said of Lewis’s Near Eastern subjects ‘There never have been, and there never will be, any works depicting Oriental life more truly beautiful and excellent’.A trip to Spain in the early 1830s kindled Lewis’s interest in ‘exotic’ lands, and in 1841 he settled in Cairo for ten years. On his return to England he earned a reputation for images of the Near East painted in watercolour or oils. Characterised by their b
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Designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones (British, 1833–1898). Head of a Woman, before 1923. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Edward C. Moore Jr. Gift, 1923 (23.163.3) |See this lady by Sir Edward Burne-Jones in “The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy,” on view through October 26. #tapestrytuesday
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"Head of a Woman" wool tapestry. Designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and manufactured by Morris & Company Weaving Workshop at Merton Abbey Tapestry Works sometime before 1923. Looks much like the 1890 "Study for Head of a Woman" by Sir Edward Burne-Jones (see previous pin). In the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Edward C. Moore, Jr. Gift.
Fashion collector and designer Tracy Bellaries discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.
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The Beloved [The Bride] 1865 -6 Dante Gabriel Rosseti
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Beloved (The Bride), 1865/ 1866, Oil on canvas, 82,5 x 76,2 cm, Tate Gallery, London
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Dante's 'The beloved (the bride)'.... I love the pre Raphaelites
Dante Gabriel Rossetti The Beloved ('The Bride') 1865-6 Oil on canvas support: 825 x 762 mm frame: 1220 x 1110 x 83 mm Purchased with assistance from Sir Arthur Du Cros Bt and Sir Otto Beit KCMG through the Art Fund 1916
Miniature furniture. These tiny pieces are made at 12th scale and were at the recent Late at Tate Pre-Raph special - we love them.
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Please take a teeny weeny seat. Miniature furniture. These tiny pieces are made at 12th scale and were at the recent Late at Tate Pre-Raph special.
Etsy say: "We’re huge fans of the Tate Britain" - Lovely Pre-Raph blog just posted on the Etsy homepage
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Tilda Green Velvet Assymetrical Long Sleeve Dress by annapopovich, £225.00
This one sleeved piece is perfect for daytime events, as well as evening parties. Features a hand draped panel on the left hand side which creates a deep v to the waist. Made from deep green silk-mix velvet. I've used silk rather than cotton or synthetic velvet as it is much lighter and softer and has an incredibly fluid drape. Silk velvet also has an unusual depth of colour, different lighting bringing out the many hues within the fibre. Comes with cream satin ribbon as shown. Fully lined. ...
Hands up who wants a wardrobe like this?! This is Edward Coley Burne-Jones' beautiful 'The Prioress’s Tale Wardrobe'
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Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones A.R.A. (1833-1898) The Prioress's Tale Wardrobe. 1858. He was an early member of The Artists Rifles.
Ch 17 English Arts and Crafts: wardrobe called the prioress tale by philip webb and painted by sir edward burnejones
This is the “Prioress’s Tale Wardrobe,” which was designed by Philip Webb and decorated by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, with scenes from the Prioress’s Tale from The Canterbury Tales. Burne-Jones’s gave the wardrobe as a wedding present to William Morris and Jane Burden in 1858. Jane Burden appears twice on the wardrobe; she was the model for the Virgin, and is also depicted on the right hand door. The wardrobe is now in the Ashmolean Museum, at Oxford.
Edward Coley Burne-Jones The Prioress’s Tale Wardrobe 1858 Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
Illustrator and theatrical designer Elizabeth E. Schuch of Immortal Longings discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.
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The Seeds and Fruits of English Poetry by Ford Madox Brown, 1845 | Courtesy of the Ashmolean Museum
Laura Bailey looks at Rosetti's Lady Lilith and how the Pre-Raphaelites have influenced contemporary fashion photography.
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How does William Morris influence your work today? Artist metal-worker Sharon Dickinson of Archives Crafts blogs for us on his beautiful Kelmscott Chaucer: www.tate.org.uk/...
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COMING SOON! Pre-Raphaelite Late at Tate Special - Friday 7 December. Mark your diaries!
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Mihara Yasuhiro, Ophelia Has A Dream (detail) 2012© Mihara Yasuhiro, with thanks to Paolo Roversi and WOW Japanese fashion designer Miharayasuhiro exclusively teams up with renowned photographer Paolo Roversi and visual design studio WOW to present a courageous and inspiring short film at a special Pre-Raphaelite Late at Tate this Friday . The event celebrates Tate Britain’s major autumn exhibition; Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde.
Installation by designer MIHARA YASUHIRO and photographer PAOLO ROVERSI : "Ophelia has a Dream"
See William Morris' beautiful bed close-up. His daughter May Morris and wife Jane Morris made the detailed bed cover - an amazing example the Morris family craftsmanship!
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Karen Elson compares her own experience of modelling with that of Pre-Raphaelite muse Elizabeth Siddal, Millais's long-suffering model for 'Ophelia'.
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We've teamed up with @EtsyUK to see what designer/makers think about the show. This week, it's textile printmaker Sahara Dalley on this amazing William Morris Cray Textile 1883-4. www.tate.org.uk/...
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'Cray' textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris Co in 1884 __ posted on flickr by John Hopper, for The Textile Blog
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Cray furnishing fabric, design by William Morris, 1885
Fabric Art ~ Tate Blog | Textile printer http://PapaTotoro.etsy.com discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.
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Pre-Raph video! Karen Elson compares her own experience of modelling with that of Pre-Raphaelite muse Elizabeth Siddal, Millais's long-suffering model for 'Ophelia'.
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Karen Elson on Millias's painting Ophelia...
Here is the Rossetti family plot in Highgate Cemetery. Hear what model Daisy Lowe has to say about being part of a creative family: www.tate.org.uk/...
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Close-up of Rossetti Family plot in Highgate Cemetery, listing Elizabeth Eleanor Rossetti (Siddal) and Christina Rossetti
Christina died on 29 December 1894 and was buried in Highgate Cemetery
Find out more about the models and muses for Rossetti, including this image The Wedding of St George and Princess Sabra 1857 where Lizzie Siddal clutches a vial - a reference to her laudanum addiction... Lucinda Hawkesly gives us an insight: www.tate.org.uk/...
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The Wedding of Saint George and the Princess Sabra by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
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Karen Elson came in to tell us about her thoughts on Lizzie Siddall and the Art of the Muse. See the video: www.tate.org.uk/...
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The William Morris bed at Kelmscott Manor. See what Curator Alison Smith has to say about why she put this in the Tate Britain show: www.tate.org.uk/...