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  1. Jane Morris (de soltera, Jane Burden; 19 de octubre de 1839 – 26 de enero de 1914) fue una bordadora y modelo que encarnó el modelo ideal de belleza prerrafaelista, alta, delgada y de espeso cabello. Fue modelo y musa de William Morris (1834–1896), diseñador textil inglés, poeta, novelista, traductor, y activista socialista, con quien se ...

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    Jane Morris (née Burden; 19 October 1839 – 26 January 1914) was an English embroiderer in the Arts and Crafts movement and artists' model who embodied the Pre-Raphaelite ideal of beauty.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0606623Jane Morris - IMDb

    Jane Morris, Actress: Frankie and Johnny. Jane Morris was born in Quincy, Illinois, USA as Jane Francis Morris. She is an actress, known for Frankie and Johnny (1991), Raising Helen (2004) and True Lies (1994). She has been married to Jeff Michalski since 1984. They have two children.

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  4. Jane Morris. Fue una modelo de artistas ingleses que encarnó el ideal pre-rafaelita de la belleza. Fue modelo y musa de William Morris (1834-1896), diseñador textil inglés, poeta, novelista, traductor y activista socialista, y también de Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

    • 26 de enero de 1914Bath, Reino Unido
    • Jane Burden
    • 19 de octubre de 1839Oxford, Inglaterra
    • Jane Morris
    • The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
    • The Discovery
    • The Muse

    Three rebellious young artists, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82), William Holman Hunt (1827-1910) and John Everett Millais (1829-96), founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848. All three were attending the Royal Academy schools. Consequently, they knew very well the Academy style but wanted to bring change in the art world. The group sought a return to the rich details, intense colors and complicated compositions of 15th-century Italian art. They rejected what they termed the mechanical approach, first adopted by the mannerism artists who inherited Raphael and Michelangelo. Additionally, the PRB particularly considered that the classical poses and elegant compositions of Raphael had a corrupting influence on the academic learning of the arts. Hence the name "Pre-Raphaelite". The group accepted the concepts of painting history and mimesis, imitation of nature, as the central purpose of art. As a result, the PRB gathered many great artists of that time. Also, it gathered many bea...

    Jane Burden was born in Oxford, as the daughter of a stableman and a laundress. In October 1857, the seventeen years old Jane and her sister Elizabeth attended a performance of the Drury Lane Theatre Company in Oxford. Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones, struck by her beauty, noticed Jane there. They were members of an art group, painting the Oxford Union murals, based on Arthurian tales. They asked her to model for them. Jane’s destiny was set in motion. Her androgenic, but sensual look, with her square jawline, cushiony lips, deep-set grey eyes, and thick, wavy black hair, aroused something in people. Despite this, no one ever told her that she was beautiful. Jane got engaged to one member of the group in 1858, the creative and enterprising William Morris.

    Jane sat mostly for Rossetti. However, Morris painted her as the tragic Arthurian princess Iseult, during the first months of their friendship, and wrote on the finished canvas “I cannot paint you, but I love you.” We believe that "La Belle Iseult" is the only oil painting Morris ever completed. Jane was Rossetti's "stunner", and through time, she became the love of his life. Also, she admitted, after Morris's death, that she never loved him, but she also never "gave herself" to Rossetti (he was quite the charmer, read about Rossetti's women). It seems they wildly attracted each other at first sight. Jane first posed as the medieval Queen Guinevere for Rossetti. And after 1862, the year Elizabeth Siddal, Rossetti's wife, died, they were, even more, gravitating toward each other. Rossetti's "Proserpine" appears to be the image of the culmination of his entwined artistic and erotic fixations. In the four-foot-tall portrait, Jane holds a split pomegranate. The redness of its flesh matc...

  5. 17/12/2016 · Jane y Dante Gabriel mantuvieron su relación hasta la muerte del artista en 1882. Dos años después, Jane Morris inició una relación con un poeta llamado Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Tanto Dante Gabriel Rossetti como su marido William Morris hicieron de Jane Burden su musa y su fuente de inspiración.

  6. Jane Morris: musa y modelo prerrafaelita. La posibilidad de ponerle un rostro y una figura a un movimiento cultural es algo muy raro, pero no en el caso del movimiento prerrafaelita, cuyos rostros principales fueron los de Elizabeth Siddal, Fanny Cornforth, Alexa Wilding y Jane Burden, más conocida como Jane Morris.

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