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Exploring Dante's Divine Comedy through Pre-Raphaelite art led to my embracing this work that, like the works of Shakespeare, still permeates our culture.
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The artwork of Baroque Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi is full of strong, unyielding, murderous women. Just the way we like it.
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" We called them "Bogey drawings", and they dealt fearlessly with the fearful subject." Georgiana Burne-Jones on her husband's sketches of childhood fears.
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Rankin & Bass' classic animated film is a startling exploration of misogyny.
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I posted about Sir Edward Burne-Jones’ painting Sidonia von Bork in 2009, but Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood’s readership has grown quite a bit since then, so I thought I’d revisit it for those of you who are new to this blog. Honestly, when I read some of the older posts on this site, I can’t help but...Read more →
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Surrender, New York is an intricate and weighty book. I get the sense that some negative reviewers are turned off by the complexity of Carr's writing and might be disappointed...
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A recent visitor to this site asked why I bother writing about women of the Victorian era, especially long dead artists and models. This is my answer.
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Lizzie Siddal was born on this day in 1829. For years I have studied her, read about her,and pondered her. In doing so,perhaps I have explored myself.
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti's sonnet Life-in-Love suggests a dead love revisited in a new soul. Is this work inspired by Lizzie Siddal and Jane Morris?
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William Holman Hunt's painting Isabella and the Pot of Basil spotted in season three of the atmospheric BBC detective series Whitechapel.
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Married, mother of three, bibliomaniac, obsessed with Pre-Raphaelite art.  My interest in Elizabeth Siddal led me to create my website lizziesiddal.com which will celebrate eleven years online in 2015.  I mainly blog at preraphaelitesisterhood.com about Pre-Raphaelite artists and their subjects and themes.
Other passions include:  Agatha Christie, Alfred Hitchcock films, Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, Victorian era history and culture, A.S. Byatt, mysteries, fairy tales, fantasy fiction, classic literature. 
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    blogger, 2007 - present
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    2004 - present
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Embracing Dante Alighieri • Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood
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Exploring Dante's Divine Comedy through Pre-Raphaelite art led to my embracing this work that, like the works of Shakespeare, still permeate

Stephanie Graham Pina (The United States)'s review of Surrender, New York
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Surrender, New York is an intricate and weighty book. I get the sense that some negative reviewers are turned off by the complexity of Carr'

Burne-Jones' "Bogey Drawings" • Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood
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" We called them "Bogey drawings", and they dealt fearlessly with the fearful subject." Georgiana Burne-Jones on her husband's sketches of c

Life-in-Love • Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti's sonnet Life-in-Love suggests a dead love revisited in a new soul. Is this work inspired by Lizzie Siddal and Jane M

Pre-Raphaelite Sighting in Whitechapel • Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood
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William Holman Hunt's painting Isabella and the Pot of Basil spotted in season three of the atmospheric BBC detective series Whitechapel.

World Poetry Day 2016: Portrait of Sophie Gray
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Here we are on World Poetry Day again and I have written a poem inspired by the famous and wonderful portrait of Sophie Gray, painted by her

The full picture
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Anna McGee on 19th-century ‘supermodel’ Lizzie Siddal and her overlooked art and poetry

Pixel Star Wars Live Wallpaper - Android Apps on Google Play
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Free App! NO ADS! Please leave us a feedback if you like this!Do you love Star Wars? This Live Wallpaper is perfect for you! High quality an

Friday 11th December - Girl with Muff
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Here we are at the end of another week! Goodness, how the muffs are flying as we gallop through Muffvent! Here's today's fluffy offering...

Hasan Niyazi Correspondence
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Hasan Niyazi, the creator of the very popular art history blog "Three Pipe Problem,"passed away at the end of October 2013. He was only in h

How not to buy a Rembrandt
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Picture: Wales Online Two big Rembrandt deals have been announced recently. Both reveal wastefulness and foolishness in public art acquisiti

The Passing of Alfred
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Public grief. It is such a tricky subject that I have started and restarted this post about seven times now. I think I find it most tricky a

Something is missing from a great show of ancient bronzes...
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Picture: Amazon Jens M. Daenher & Kenneth Lapatin (eds) Power and Pathos: Bronze sculpture of the Hellenistic World J. Paul Getty Museum 201

THE TRUE VALUE OF THE PENNY BLACK
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Today, when we can send and receive a text message or email in seconds, it's hard to imagine the impact on social communication that was bro

Jane Austen Looks Exactly Like Modern Day Regency Author Mary Robinette ...
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Jane Austen's face has been forensically reconstructed...and it looks like exactly like modern day regency author Mary Robinette Kowal.

Classic Doctor Who: The First Doctor’s Essential Episodes | Tor.com
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Rachel Hyland lists the five essential serials from the first Doctor's tenure.

The Meaning in Feathers
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If I didn't spend so much time thinking up new double entendre or perfecting my 'twerk' then I suspect I could write an entire book on today

Happy PRB Day! Your Fannys Revealed!
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Happy Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Day (or #PRBDay) to you all! Back at the end of July I asked you to nominate your favourite images of Fanny