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Christina Georgina Rossetti Gallery

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Choose from 5 pictures in our Christina Georgina Rossetti collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Christina Rossetti with her Mother, 1877, (1942). Creator: Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Christina Rossetti with her Mother, 1877, (1942). Creator: Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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Portrait of William Michael Rossetti, c. 1853. Creator: Christina Georgina Rossetti (British)
Portrait of William Michael Rossetti, c. 1853. Creator: Christina Georgina Rossetti (British)
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In Boarding-House Land: The Plane Trees of Torrington Square, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
In Boarding-House Land: The Plane Trees of Torrington Square, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
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Amor Mundi. From Christine Rossettis Poem., c1850-1900, (1923). Artist: Frederick Augustus Sandys
Amor Mundi. From Christine Rossettis Poem., c1850-1900, (1923). Artist: Frederick Augustus Sandys
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Christina Georgina Rossetti, English poet, (1912).Artist: WA Mansell
Christina Georgina Rossetti, English poet, (1912).Artist: WA Mansell
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Portrait of William Michael Rossetti, c. 1853. Creator: Christina Georgina Rossetti (British Featured Image

Portrait of William Michael Rossetti, c. 1853. Creator: Christina Georgina Rossetti (British

Portrait of William Michael Rossetti, c. 1853. The youngest of four children in the artistic Rossetti family, Christina Rossetti lived on the periphery of the Pre-Raphaelite movement, occasionally modeling for her brother Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and submitting her poetry to the brotherhood's journal, The Germ. Before achieving acclaim as a poet with works such as Goblin Market and Monna Innominata, she briefly considered pursuing a career as an artist. This portrait of her brother William is one of her few surviving drawings. In the spare profile, the figure's eyes are downcast, as though reading or in private reverie, perhaps in reference to William's work as a man of letters

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