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Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose by John Singer Sargent. I love John Singer Sargent. Such amazing glows of light in his paintings. Carnation Lily Lily Rose, Beaux Arts Paris, Google Art Project, Tate Gallery, Renoir, Great Paintings, Popular Paintings, Beautiful Paintings, Wow Art

John Singer Sargent's Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose

Picture, painting background and essay on John Singer Sargent. part of Natasha's Internet Art Tour pages

The Golden Stairs, Edward Burne-Jones, Tate Gallery Op Art, William Morris, Rembrandt, Shaman Ritual, Art Picasso, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, Edward Burne Jones, John William Waterhouse, Tate Gallery

Rudyard Kipling was Edward Burne-Jones’s nephew by marriage!

Yes - I know.... You see, I'm reading The Last Pre-Raphaelite by Fiona MacCarthy. About a third of the way through her narrative, the author informs us that in 1865, Alice, the elder sister of Burne-Jones's wife Georgiana - Georgie to all who knew her - married a young artist named John Lockwood Kipling. Kipling…

Sir John Everett Millais - Discover Exceptional Oil Paintings A Jersey Lily(also known as Portrait of Lillie Langtry) - The Largest Art reproductions in UK online. Southampton, Pablo Picasso, John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, Claude Monet, Gabrielle D'estrées, Agnes Sorel, Lillie Langtry

John Everett Millais

The Jersey Lily, 1878, (oil on canvas) by John Everett Millais, Tate Gallery

"The Girl At The Gate" . by Sir George Clausen 1889 (Tate Gallery, London) Paul Flora, Moritz Von Schwind, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, La Madone, Tate Gallery, English Artists, Artist At Work, Look Fashion, Fashion Women

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The Rotunda: Tate Britain

Grade II* listed. Public gallery. 1897, by Sidney R.J. Smith, additions in 1909, 1926 by W Romaine Walker, Duveen Galleries added by John Russell Pope, architect of the National Gallery in Washington DC, with Romaine Walker and Jenkins opened in 1937, 1970s rear extension in galleries 25-30 and Turner (Clore) Gallery wing to north by James Stirling (1984-85). Portland stone, glazed and leaded roofs. Late Victorian grand manner with freely handled Baroque features concentrated on…

Richard Dadd, 'Portrait of a Young Man', Tate Gallery. Now thought to be a portrait of Dr Charles Hood, the artist's doctor. Maurice Denis, Richard Dadd, Art Nouveau, Tate Gallery, English Artists, British Artists, Victorian Art, Art Uk, Claude Monet

‘Portrait of a Young Man’, Richard Dadd, 1853 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Portrait of a Young Man’, Richard Dadd, 1853 This portrait was painted at Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, although the sitter is unknown. He could be one of the attendants in charge of the inmates at the hospital. The sunflower is possibly an allusion to the god Osiris (with whom Dadd was obsessed) who was traditionally identified with the sun. The bright red fez (a type of oriental cap) may be the one Dadd himself wore on his travels in the Middle East.

Tate Britain gallery with Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Beata Beatrix and Sir John Everett Millais's The Vale of Rest (lower center and right) Learn More on Smarthistory Tate Gallery, Tate Britain, Best Cities, Galleries, Love Story, Past, England, London, City

Tate Gallery with Beata Beatrix and The Vale of Rest

Tate Britain gallery with Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Beata Beatrix and Sir John Everett Millais's The Vale of Rest (lower center and right) Learn More on Smarthistory