Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

Resultado de búsqueda

  1. Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti (París, 19 de julio de 1843–San Remo, 12 de abril de 1894) fue una artista, autora y modelo francesa asociada a los prerrafaelistas.

  2. Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti (19 July 1843 – 12 April 1894) was a British artist, author, and model associated with the Pre-Raphaelites. She was married to the writer and art critic William Michael Rossetti . Early life. Madox Brown was born in Paris in 1843, the daughter of Ford Madox Brown and Elizabeth Bromley (1819–1846).

  3. 2 de ago. de 2023 · Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti, an artist recently the focus of an exhibition at the Watts Gallery – Artist’s Village, barely gets a nod in a wall text. There is little sense of the relationships between anyone but Siddall and Gabriel shown through the artwork.

  4. › crossetti › indexRossetti, Lucy Madox Brown

    5 de ago. de 2020 · Rossetti, Lucy Madox Brown (Documents will open in a separate browser window) to subentries [540] To Lucy Madox Brown, Saturday evening [?1874] [553] To William Michael Rossetti, Monday afternoon.

  5. The Rossetti grave at Highgate Cemetery (West side) In 1874 he married Lucy Madox Brown, daughter of the painter Ford Madox Brown. They honeymooned in France and Italy. Their first child, Olivia Frances Madox, was born in September 1875, and her birth was celebrated in an ode of Swinburne's.

  6. 19 de nov. de 2020 · Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti (1843–1894) was the oldest surviving daughter of Ford Madox Brown. She acted as her father’s studio and general assistant until he guided her training when she was 25. She quickly became a fine figurative painter in watercolours, exhibiting at the Royal Academy.

  7. Watercolour and gouache on paper in a gilt wood frame, The Tomb Scene from Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' by Lucy Madox Brown, Mrs William Michael Rossetti (1843 - 1894), signed with monogram and dated "70" [1870].