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Edward Burne-Jones (Edward Burne Jones) (1833-1898) The Star of Bethlehem watercolour, c.1885-1890 260 cm × 390 cm (101 in × 152 in) Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, United Kingdom
The Star of Bethlehem is a painting in watercolour by Sir Edward Burne-Jones depicting the Adoration of the Magi with an angel holding the star of Bethlehem. It was commissioned by the Corporation of the City of Birmingham for its new Museum and Art Gallery in 1887. It was completed in 1890 and was first exhibited in 1891.
The Star of Bethlehem by Edward Burne-Jones, ca. 1890. This intensely saturated depiction of the Magi was the largest watercolor painted in the entire 19th Century. Note the depiction of the Star of Bethlehem as a light held by an angel.
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