Cawn lun o'r genedigaeth a Dafydd Frenin ond yn ddiddorol iawn, a fel sydd mor gyffredin gyda'r Cyn-Raffaeliaid, defnyddir wyneb William Morris ar gyfer Dafydd Frenin a wyneb Burne-Jones
ar gyfer y bugail sydd yn cyfarch yr Iesu.
Benson also continued to do architectural work for his friends, notably Burne-Jones
, and on the outbreak of the First World War, Benson & Co won an order from the War Office for 100,000 hand grenades.
Laus Veneris by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones
at the Laing Art Gallery
executed the monumental gouache Love among the Ruins when he was in his late thirties, and it was hailed as one of his finest achievements from its first unveiling at the Dudley Gallery in 1873 and subsequently widely exhibited --nationally and internationally (Fig.
The Chaucer's font, initials, and borders were personally designed by Morris, its eighty-seven wood-engravings created by Edward Burne-Jones
, and its ink, paper, and vellum were crafted by the Press's artisans to the highest specifications.
Novelist Padgett Powell won the fiction prize for his book You And I, while Fiona MacCarthy took the biography prize for her book on the British artist and designer Edward Burne-Jones
, The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones
And The Victorian Imagination.
The last Pre-Raphaelite; Edward Burne-Jones
and the Victorian imagination.
They include Matthew Wood, Susie Liddle, Paulene Salmons, Ann Lewis, Terry Mart, Wini Jones Lewis, Tudur Owen, Pam Burne-Jones
The subject of her latest biography is Sir Edward Burne-Jones
, whose forty years of friendship with William Morris casts light on both men.
Here, the busty beauties of Pre-Raphaelites Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones
nudged the neoclassical maidens of G.
His designs with Edward Burne-Jones
grace St James's Palace in London and Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford, as well as the elaborate "angels with harp and horn" stained glass window at Llandaff, which features scenes from the Nativity.
And above an electric fire in the tiny living room was hung an oil painting by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones