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Ligeia Siren [The Sea-Spell] - Sketch of a Girl playing a Musical Instrument. By Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Ligeia Siren [The Sea-Spell] - Sketch of a Girl playing a Musical Instrument. By Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Three-quarter length female figure turned to the right and holding a musical instrument. DG Rossetti. brown ink. 1870.

Three-quarter length female figure turned to the right and holding a musical instrument. DG Rossetti. brown ink. 1870.

D. G. Rossetti

D. G. Rossetti

The Meeting of Dante and Beatrice in Purgatory by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

The Meeting of Dante and Beatrice in Purgatory by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Rossetti and Deverell, 1853. This cartoon was enclosed in a DGR's letter to Deverell, along with another sketch mocking a mutual patron.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Rossetti and Deverell, 1853. This cartoon was enclosed in a DGR's letter to Deverell, along with another sketch mocking a mutual patron.

Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource : The Collection

Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource : The Collection

Tennyson reading 'Maud' by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1855.

Tennyson reading 'Maud' by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1855.

The Rose Garden - Figure Study by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

The Rose Garden - Figure Study by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Lady Lilith - Figure Study - Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1868).  A sketch for the painting 'Lady Lilith' drawn from model Fanny Cornforth, taken from one of the artist's notebooks. Rossetti repainted 'Lady Lilith' at Kelmscott 1872-3 with the face of Alexa Wilding. This design is closer to the final painting than the other sketch in Birmingham's collection as the figure has her hair down and is holding a mirror.

Lady Lilith - Figure Study - Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1868). A sketch for the painting 'Lady Lilith' drawn from model Fanny Cornforth, taken from one of the artist's notebooks. Rossetti repainted 'Lady Lilith' at Kelmscott 1872-3 with the face of Alexa Wilding. This design is closer to the final painting than the other sketch in Birmingham's collection as the figure has her hair down and is holding a mirror.

Study for 'Aspecta Medusa', Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Study for 'Aspecta Medusa', Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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