John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) worked several decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood leading to his sobriquet "the modern Pre-Raphaelite".He borrowed stylistic influences from the earlier Pre-Raphaelites and from his contemporaries, the Impressionists, depicting women from both ancient Greek mythology and Arthurian legend

John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) worked several decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood leading to his sobriquet "the modern Pre-Raphaelite".He borrowed stylistic influences from the earlier Pre-Raphaelites and from his contemporaries, the Impressionists, depicting women from both ancient Greek mythology and Arthurian legend

A Vision of Fiammetta | Dante Gabriel Rossetti  #SublimesLQS

A Vision of Fiammetta | Dante Gabriel Rossetti #SublimesLQS

The Day Dream, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, one of the foremost artists the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

The Day Dream, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, one of the foremost artists the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

The Salutation of Beatrice by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.  A previously unpublished portrait of Jane Morris, known only through a private letter to the sitter, to be auctioned at Christie's, 31 May 2012.

Unknown portrait by Dante Gabriel Rossetti emerges

The Salutation of Beatrice by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. A previously unpublished portrait of Jane Morris, known only through a private letter to the sitter, to be auctioned at Christie's, 31 May 2012.

Title: Veronica Veronese, 1872  Artist: Dante Gabriel Rossetti  Medium: Hand-Painted Art Reproduction

Veronica Veronese, 1872 by Rossetti

Title: Veronica Veronese, 1872 Artist: Dante Gabriel Rossetti Medium: Hand-Painted Art Reproduction

Proserpine (1874). Dante Gabriel Rossetti (English, Pre-Raphaelite, 1828‑1882). Oil paint on canvas. Tate.  Proserpine, Empress of Hades, was allowed to return to earth, provided only she had not partaken of any of the fruits of Hades. But she had eaten one grain of a pomegranate, and this enchained her to her new empire and destiny. She is represented in a gloomy corridor of her palace, with the fatal fruit in her hand.

Proserpine (1874). Dante Gabriel Rossetti (English, Pre-Raphaelite, 1828‑1882). Oil paint on canvas. Tate. Proserpine, Empress of Hades, was allowed to return to earth, provided only she had not partaken of any of the fruits of Hades. But she had eaten one grain of a pomegranate, and this enchained her to her new empire and destiny. She is represented in a gloomy corridor of her palace, with the fatal fruit in her hand.

La viuda romana - Dante Gabriel Rossetti. http://themaskedlady.blogspot.com.es/

La viuda romana - Dante Gabriel Rossetti. http://themaskedlady.blogspot.com.es/

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