Edward Burne-Jones was a key figure in the art world of the 19th century whose work suffused familiar stories from myth, legend and the Bible with a modern sensibility and a spiritualised, haunting beauty that was as enigmatic as the artist himself
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Burne-Jones created panel figures and stained glass windows for the "green dining room.” The room was designed by William Morris in 1867 for the South Kensington Museum (now the Victoria and Albert Museum).. The room also features branches of fruit or flowers by Morris, and olive branches and a frieze by Philip Webb. Oil paint on wood Preserved as the Morris Room Victoria and Albert Museum _______ Scan and time consuming restoration by plumleaves