JANE BURDEN MORRIS: MUSE, WIFE OF WILLIAM MORRIS, ENGLISH PRE-RAPHAELITE SISTERHOOD: 1839 – 1914

Published October 13, 2010 by goyodelarosa

Photo of Jane Burden Morris, 1858.  Posed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

JANE BURDEN AT 19, A YEAR BEFORE HER MARRIAGE TO WILLIAM MORRIS IN 1858

 

Queen Guinevere by William Morris, 1858. Tate Gallery London, UK. Image courtesy Wiki Commons

LA BELLE ISEULT: WILLIAM MORRIS: 1878

 

JANE BURDEN MORRIS: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI

 

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JANE MORRIS 1865

 

 

THE ROSELEAF: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI

 

la donna della finestra

LA DONNA DELLA FINESTRA: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI

Janemorris

JANE MORRIS


Portrait drawing of a young woman in profile

JANE MORRIS: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI


Portrait painting of a young woman in a blue dress sat at table

JANE MORRIS (‘THE BLUE SILK DRESS’): DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI


BEATRICE, PORTRAIT OF JANE BURDEN MORRIS: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI: 1879


JANE MORRIS: EVELYN DE MORGAN: 1904

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3 comments on “JANE BURDEN MORRIS: MUSE, WIFE OF WILLIAM MORRIS, ENGLISH PRE-RAPHAELITE SISTERHOOD: 1839 – 1914

  • Thanks for your query, Lily.

    When I wanted to get images for these posts, I used to use Google, and you can see how that was done by looking at the comment before yours (JANE BURDEN MORRIS IMAGES above).

    I have since come to understand that Google is a dangerous tracking system that invades our privacy, and so I don’t use it anymore.

    I suggest you do a search with Startpage, which claims to be more secure.

    All the best on your research paper, Lily.

    Gregory Hartnell, Artist-Editor
    (‘Goyo de la Rosa’)

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