Clothes and accessories worn by Charlotte Bronte on display in her old bedroom at the Bronte Parsonage Museum on February 8, 2012 in Haworth, England.

The Bronte Museum And Former Home Of The Famed Bronte Sisters

Clothes and accessories worn by Charlotte Brontë on display in her old bedroom at the Bronte Parsonage Museum on February in Haworth, England.

A manuscript by British author Charlotte Brontë

A curator at the Musee des Lettres et Manuscrits (Letters and Manuscripts Museum) displays the miniature manuscript dated 1830 written by Charlotte Bronte at the museum in Paris January

Charlotte Brontë’s handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre

Charlotte Bronte’s handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre, open at Rochester’s proposal. Bronte's birthday is today (April

Emily Bronte's Water Colours

Charlotte Bronte's Watercolor & writing set for links & other paint sets of famous people see whimsie .com Virtual Watercolor Museum

Diary entry by Charlotte Brontë, 1836

A Peek Inside the Notebooks of Famous Authors, Artists and Visionaries

1846 issue of Bronte poems under the pseudonyms of Currer (Charlotte), Ellis (Emily) and Acton (Anne) Bell

Self-published collected poems of the Brontë sisters under male pseudonyms: Currer (Charlotte), Ellis (Emily) and Acton (Anne) Bell.

Sunrise Over Sea  13 November 1839  Signed and dated - 'Anne Brontë', 'November 13th. 1839'.    Drawn while Anne was governess to the Ingham children at Blake Hall, Mirfield (this was near to Roe Head School). Anne was nineteen at the time. Edward Chitham suggests it may be another drawing symbolic of Anne herself - peering out over a new life.

Sunrise Over Sea, 13 November 1839 Signed and dated 'Anne Brontë', 'November Drawn while Anne was governess to the Ingham children at Blake Hall, Mirfield (this was near to Roe Head School). Anne was nineteen at the time.

This pencil sketch was drawn while Anne was at home during her summer holidays from Thorp Green. On the reverse side she has written: 'A very bad picture drawn June 24th 1842 by Anne Brontë'. Edward Chitham believes it may be a portrait of one of the Robinson girls, and Anne's comment means that it is a poor likeness. However, Christine Alexander and Jane Sellars, in their book The Art of the Brontës, make the interesting suggestion that it may be an attempt at a self portrait...

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Signed and dated: 'Anne Brontë', 'May 30  1836'. Suspected of being drawn while Anne was a pupil at Roe Head School (see sketch of - Gallery 2). Anne was aged sixteen at this time. -http://www.mick-armitage.staff.shef.ac.uk/anne/ann-art1.html

Country lane and villa (pencil sketch) - 30 May 1836 Signed and dated: 'Anne Brontë', Suspected of being drawn while Anne was a pupil at Roe Head School . Anne was aged sixteen at this time.

Roe Head School, where all the Bronte sisters attended, and where Charlotte later came back as a teacher.

Picture of Roe Head School Name Plate in Colne Bridge, West Yorks submitted by local photographers.

This water-colour was originally attributed to Charlotte, but recent evidence indicates it was almost certainly by Anne. It had once belonged to a family called 'Anderson' in Greater Ouseburn - apparently given to them by the Robinson children to whom Anne was governess. Edward Chitham suggests it may be Anne's portrait of Mary Robinson - one of her charges. Others have suggested that it may be an attempt at a self portrait.

This water-colour was originally attributed to Charlotte, but recent evidence indicates it was almost certainly by Anne. It had once belonged to a family called 'Anderson' in Greater Ouseburn - apparently given to them by the Robinson children to whom Anne was governess. Edward Chitham suggests it may be Anne's portrait of Mary Robinson - one of her charges. Others have suggested that it may be an attempt at a self portrait.

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