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King René's Honeymoon; Music        Object:        Panel      Place of origin:        London, England (made)      Date:        ca. 1863 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Dante Gabriel Rossetti, born 1828 - died 1882 (designer)      Morris & Co. (maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Stained and painted glass

King René's Honeymoon

Music Object: Panel Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: ca. 1863 (made) Artist/Maker: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, born 1828 - died 1882 (designer) Morris & Co. (maker) Materials and Techniques: Stained and painted glass

King Rene's Honeymoon-Sculpture

Sculpture Object: Panel Date: ca. 1863 (made) Artist/Maker: Burne-Jones, Edward Coley (Sir), born 1833 - died 1898 (designer) Morris & Co. (maker) Materials and Techniques: Stained and painted glass

Burne-Jones, Pre-Raphealite tapestry.

Pomona Designer: Edward Burne-Jones Maker: Morris and Company Date:

Pomona        Object:        Tapestry panel      Place of origin:        Merton, England (made)      Date:        ca. 1900 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Burne-Jones, Edward Coley (Sir), born 1833 - died 1898 (designer)      Dearle, John Henry, born 1860 - died 1932 (designer)      Merton Abbey Workshop (manufacturer)      Morris & Co. (weaver)      Materials and Techniques:        Tapestry woven in wool and silk on a cotton warp      Museum number:        T.33-1981      Gallery location:

Pomona

'Pomona', tapestry, Sir Edward Burne-Jones and John Henry Dearle. Copyright Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum

Lady Jane Wilde (1821-1896) was an Irish poet who had a special interest in Irish folktales, which she helped to gather. The tale of Tristan and Isolde has roots in Celtic myth and Arthurian legends. In most versions, Tristan fetches Isolde for his uncle King Mark to marry, but on the journey they ingest a love potion and fall for each other instead.

Tristan and Isolde

The End Of The Song 1902 Edward Blair Leighton British) Oil On Canvas Christie's Images, London, England : Stock Photo

Detail of a miniature of a well-dressed woman riding a white goat, carrying arrows and a mirror, as a personification of Lust (Luxure); behind, David spies upon Bathsheba in her bath, in the Penitential Psalms.

Detail of a miniature of a well-dressed woman riding a white goat, carrying arrows and a mirror, as a personification of Lust (Luxure); behind, David spies upon Bathsheba in her bath, in the Penitential Psalms.