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The Last Pre-Raphaelite

Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian Imagination

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674065796

Publication Date: 02/29/2012

Academic Trade

656 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

24 color illustrations, 47 halftones

United States and its dependencies only

  • List of Illustrations
  • Family Tree
  • Preface
  • 1. Birmingham (1833–52)
  • 2. Oxford (1853–5)
  • 3. Northern France (1855)
  • 4. Early London (1856–7)
  • 5. Little Holland House (1858)
  • 6. First Italian Journey (1859)
  • 7. Russell Place (1860–2)
  • 8. Second Italian Journey (1862)
  • 9. Great Russell Street (1862–4)
  • 10. Kensington Square (1865–7)
  • 11. The Grange, One (1868–71)
  • 12. Third Italian Journey (1871)
  • 13. The Grange, Two (1872)
  • 14. Fourth Italian Journey (1873)
  • 15. The Grange, Three (1874–6)
  • 16. The Grosvenor Gallery (1877–80)
  • 17. Rottingdean, One (1881–2)
  • 18. The Grange, Four (1883)
  • 19. The Grange, Five (1884)
  • 20. Rome (1885)
  • 21. The Royal Academy (1885–7)
  • 22. Rottingdean, Two (1888–9)
  • 23. Mells (1890–3)
  • 24. Kelmscott, One (1894–5)
  • 25. Kelmscott, Two (1895–6)
  • 26. Avalon (1897–8)
  • 27. Memorials (1898–1916)
  • Epilogue: The Return of King Arthur (2008)
  • Sources and References
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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