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Dante Gabriel Rossetti



 


 


Dante Gabriel Rossetti

 

(b London, 12 May 1828; d Birchington on Sea, Kent, 9 April 1882). Painter, designer and poet.

Despite his Italian parentage, Rossetti never visited Italy. An early disposition for drawing and literature led him to illustrate his sister Maria’s copy of the Iliad in 1840. Three years later his first poem, ‘Sir Hugh the Heron’, was privately printed by his maternal grandfather, Gaetano Polidori.

 



 

La Ghirlandata
 


 


The Bower Meadow



 


Monna Vanna



 

Veronica Veronese



 

Regina Cordium



 

Lady Lilith



 

Dante's Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice



 

The Lady of the Flame



 

La Pia de' Tolomei
 

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