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This vision of delight causes the Lady to take the fatal step: She left the web, she
left the loom, She made three paces through the room; and the curse is upon her.
Even the weather is changed by her transgression and it rains as, dying, she ...
Lizzie saw or could have seen this work.46 Her next work was The Lady of
Shalott47 which was inscribed 'E.E. Siddal Dec 15/53'. Again, this was a favourite
theme with the male painters of the Pre-Raphaelite circle, which underlines her ...
... 51, 104, 182 portrait ofjane Burden (1857), 123 portrait ofjane Morris (1865),
244 Jolie Coeur, 247 Lady Combing Her Hair, 235 Lady Lilith, 235 Lady of
Shalott, 8 Lancelot's Vision of the Sand Grael, 122-3 Lancelot in the Queen 's
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - startingover - LibraryThing
The book tells the stories of some of the most famous of the pre-Raphaelite 'stunners' - Lizzie Siddal, Fanny Cornforth, Annie Miller, Jane Morris, Emma Brown and Georgiana Burne-Jones. I like the ... Read full review
The Pre-Raphaelite sisterhoodUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This absorbing work, undiminished by its clear but reasoned feminist approach, is essential for serious collections in art history, women's studies, or literature. Three carefully researched chapters ... Read full review