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  1. Dante Gabriel Rossetti 's House of Life and Augusta Webster's Mother and Daughter', Victorian poetry. A critical journal of Victorian literature , vol. 46 (2008), afl. 4, pag. 467-486. Marianne Van Remoortel, 'De Engelse dichter en kunstschilder Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

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  3. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was born in London. His works include Sir Hugh the Heron: A Legendary Tale in Four Parts (1843), Poems (1869), which was published in several editions with slightly different content, Ballads and Sonnets (1882), Ballads and Narrative Poems, and Sonnets and Lyrical...

  4. Proserpine (also Proserpina) is an oil painting on canvas by English artist and poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti, painted in 1874 and now in Tate Britain.Rossetti began work on the painting in 1871 and painted at least eight separate versions, the last only completed in 1882, the year of his death.

  5. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was born in London. His works include Sir Hugh the Heron: A Legendary Tale in Four Parts (1843), Poems (1869), which was published in several editions with slightly different content, Ballads and Sonnets (1882), Ballads and Narrative Poems, and Sonnets and Lyrical...

  6. Alexa Wilding, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1865 Alexa Wilding (right) in The Bower Meadow (1871–1872) with Marie Spartali Stillman (left), by Dante Gabriel Rossetti Alexa Wilding (born Alice Wilding , c. 1847 – 25 April 1884) was one of the favourite models of the Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti , featuring in some of his finest paintings of the later 1860s and 1870s.

  7. On display in the exhibition are more than 60 artworks, by iconic artists of the past, including William Blake, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Salvador Dalí, and present-day responses to Dante and the Divine Comedy by contemporary artists such as Tom Phillips RA, Geoff MacEwan, Barrie Tullett and Rachel Owen.