Charles Fairfax Murray: The Unknown Pre-Raphaelite

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Oak Knoll Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 266 pages
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This long-awaited biography of Charles Fairfax Murray, the least known of all the Pre-Raphaelites, will reveal that he was a talented painter, dealer, connoisseur, book collector and benefactor, as well as the friend of William Morris, and the friend of William Morris and the Rossettis, friend and studio assistant to Edward Burne-Jones, and protege of John Ruskin.

David Elliot, the grandson of Murray, offers an incredible insight into Murray's world by having access to papers on both sides of the family and diligently researching treasured archives in Britain, Europe and America. Co-published with The Book Guild, Ltd.

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