Portrait of Elizabeth Siddal - A watercolor portrait by Rossetti. 'One face looks out from all his canvases', wrote his sister, Christina. 'Fair as the moon and joyful as the light...Not as she is but as she fills his dream.'

Portrait of Elizabeth Siddal - A watercolor portrait by Rossetti. 'One face looks out from all his canvases', wrote his sister, Christina. 'Fair as the moon and joyful as the light...Not as she is but as she fills his dream.'

Regina Cordium - Elizabeth Siddal was the model for this painting. Siddal was Rossetti's long-time muse, model and at the end of her life she was his wife.

Regina Cordium - Elizabeth Siddal was the model for this painting. Siddal was Rossetti's long-time muse, model and at the end of her life she was his wife.

May Morris -  one of the two daughters of the poet and craftsman, William Morris and his wife Jane. In this study, Rossetti has given May the strong look of her mother, with whom Rossetti was infatuated. This painting bears the inscription ' M.M. aetat X1872', the year of Rossetti's collapse. Both May and her sister Jenny were fond of Rossetti, who often asked after them, once even offering to adopt May.

May Morris - one of the two daughters of the poet and craftsman, William Morris and his wife Jane. In this study, Rossetti has given May the strong look of her mother, with whom Rossetti was infatuated. This painting bears the inscription ' M.M. aetat X1872', the year of Rossetti's collapse. Both May and her sister Jenny were fond of Rossetti, who often asked after them, once even offering to adopt May.

Self-Portrait of N. C. Wyeth, 1940. A great underappreciated artist. He was known mostly for his wonderful illustrations.

Self-Portrait of N. C. Wyeth, 1940. A great underappreciated artist. He was known mostly for his wonderful illustrations.

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