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Photograph by John Robert Parsons, taken in 1865 at the London home of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who invited him to photograph his favorite model (& lover), Jane Burden. Jane was also married to William Morris. ___ Part of an exhibition entitled, "A Ballad of Love and Death: Pre-Raphaelite Photography in Great Britain, 1848-1875" at Musee d'Orsay, Mar 3- May 29, 2011

Photograph by John Robert Parsons, taken in 1865 at the London home of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who invited him to photograph his favorite model (& lover), Jane Burden. Jane was also married to William Morris. ___ Part of an exhibition entitled, "A Ballad of Love and Death: Pre-Raphaelite Photography in Great Britain, 1848-1875" at Musee d'Orsay, Mar 3- May 29, 2011

Photograph by John Robert Parsons, taken in 1865 at the London home of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who invited him to photograph his favorite model (& lover), Jane Burden. Jane was also married to William Morris. ___ Part of an exhibition entitled, "A Ballad of Love and Death: Pre-Raphaelite Photography in Great Britain, 1848-1875" at Musee d'Orsay, Mar 3- May 29, 2011

Photograph by John Robert Parsons, taken in 1865 at the London home of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who invited him to photograph his favorite model (& lover), Jane Burden. Jane was also married to William Morris. ___ Part of an exhibition entitled, "A Ballad of Love and Death: Pre-Raphaelite Photography in Great Britain, 1848-1875" at Musee d'Orsay, Mar 3- May 29, 2011

Jane Morris,  wife and model of Pre-Raphaelite artist William Morris, and  model, and muse of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,  with her daughter Jane Alice (Jenny), 1874.

Jane Morris, wife and model of Pre-Raphaelite artist William Morris, and model, and muse of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, with her daughter Jane Alice (Jenny), 1874.

Photograph of Pre-Raphaelite model, Fanny Cornforth.  Fanny's reign as the sole muse of  Rossetti  was very short.  She appeared first as the fallen woman in "Found".

Photograph of Pre-Raphaelite model, Fanny Cornforth. Fanny's reign as the sole muse of Rossetti was very short. She appeared first as the fallen woman in "Found".

These models look like the Pettigrew sisters, Lily and Etty (they also posed for some well-known painters, including Alama Tadema and Millais).

Mr Sambourne’s studio

These models look like the Pettigrew sisters, Lily and Etty (they also posed for some well-known painters, including Alama Tadema and Millais).

"Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." — William Morris, pre-raphaelite

"Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." — William Morris, pre-raphaelite

The Whisper of the Muse / Portrait of G.F. Watts, by Julia Margaret Cameron,  1865  J. Paul Getty Museum

The Whisper of the Muse / Portrait of G.F. Watts, by Julia Margaret Cameron, 1865 J. Paul Getty Museum

William Morris, photograph by Frederick Hollyer, 1884, platinum print. Museum no. 7717-1938, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

William Morris, photograph by Frederick Hollyer, 1884, platinum print. Museum no. 7717-1938, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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