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Burne-Jones, Edward Coley

 

Born Aug. 28, 1833, in Birmingham; died June 17, 1898, in London. English painter and graphic artist.

In 1859 and 1862, Burne-Jones worked in Italy. He was influenced by D. G. Rossetti and belonged to the younger generation of the Pre-Raphaelites. Characteristic of Burne-Jones is a mannered and artificial stylization of the painting of the quattrocento, which gives his symbolist pictures on lyrical and legendary themes the decadent features of the salon style. Burne-Jones’ works include Love Amid the Ruins (1893; Tate Gallery, London), watercolors (done chiefly between 1864 and 1870), illustrations (The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, 1896; done in collaboration with W. Morris), and designs for stained-glass windows, tapestries, and mosaics (for the Morris workshops).

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Bell, M. Sir Edward Burne-Jones. London, 1901.
Schleinintz, O. Burne-Jones. Bielefeld, 1901.
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Meanwhile he had formed friendships with the slightly younger artists William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones, and they established a company for the manufacture of furniture and other articles, to be made beautiful as well as useful, and thus to aid in spreading the esthetic sense among the English people.
Venus' Mirror, 1873-77, Edward Burne-Jones (1833-98), oil on canvas, 120 x 200cm.
En primer lugar, Edward Burne-Jones (Wood, 1999) retrata en 1863 a una Cenicienta vestida con harapos en su medio natural, es decir, las cocinas de la casa de su padre, como se desprende de la vajilla y demas recipientes dispuestos sobre el aparador que sirve de fondo.
The cathedral has four magnificent stained-glass windows by Birmingham artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones, which are considered among his finest works.
It will focus on the magnificent Edward Burne-Jones stained-glass windows.
Fel arfer, rydym yn son am ffenestri lliw o wneuthuriad Morris & Co, ond yn amlach na pheidio y cynllunydd yw Edward Burne-Jones, a mae cynlluniau Burne-Jones yn amlwg yn Llandaf.
She traces the permutations of this ideal in the work of Frederic Stephens, Dante Rossetti, Christina Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris and others, noting the often-hostile Victorian critical reactions to several variants of artistically embodied non-normative forms of masculinity.
Webb also designed St Martin's Church in Brampton, Cumbria, which boasts stained glass windows designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and made in the William Morris studio.
Edward Burne-Jones is the most famous of the Pre-Raphaelite painters, whose highly-colored romantic Victorian idealized portraits in pseudo-Classical dress are still influential in popular art and culture.
The title of the show's return episode is inspired by 1873 painting "Love Among Ruins" by Edward Burne-Jones.
The Pygmalion series, 1878, by Edward Burne-Jones, part of the Exposed exhibition at Herbert Art Gallery & Museum