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Moses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Moses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

'How They Met Themselves': Dante Gabriel Rossetti, (watercolour version c. 1860-64)

'How They Met Themselves': Dante Gabriel Rossetti, (watercolour version c. 1860-64)

model Jane Morris  38-y-o : "Astarte Syriaca" 1877 , by Dante Gabriel Rossetti ; 185x109 cm , Manchester Art Gallery , Manchester , England .  May Morris 15-y-o , second daughter of Jane Morris, was the model for the left attendant

model Jane Morris 38-y-o : "Astarte Syriaca" 1877 , by Dante Gabriel Rossetti ; 185x109 cm , Manchester Art Gallery , Manchester , England . May Morris 15-y-o , second daughter of Jane Morris, was the model for the left attendant

William Holman Hunt - The Lantern Maker's Courtship, A Street Scene in Cairo - Google Art Project - William Holman Hunt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Holman Hunt - The Lantern Maker's Courtship, A Street Scene in Cairo - Google Art Project - William Holman Hunt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bubble by John Everett Millais. c. 1886

Bubble by John Everett Millais. c. 1886

A Cavalier hiding in a hollow tree during the English Civil War kisses the hand of a Puritan lady ~ John Everett Millais

A Cavalier hiding in a hollow tree during the English Civil War kisses the hand of a Puritan lady ~ John Everett Millais

John Everett Millais - The Martyr of Solway - Margaret Wilson was a Scottish Covenanter who, on May 11, 1685, was executed by drowning at 18 years of age with her elderly friend Margaret McLachlan for refusing to swear on oath that James VII was the head of the church.

John Everett Millais - The Martyr of Solway - Margaret Wilson was a Scottish Covenanter who, on May 11, 1685, was executed by drowning at 18 years of age with her elderly friend Margaret McLachlan for refusing to swear on oath that James VII was the head of the church.

Cajamarca

Cajamarca

Christ in the House of His Parents ('The Carpenter's Shop') by Sir John Everett Millais

Christ in the House of His Parents ('The Carpenter's Shop') by Sir John Everett Millais

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