, and Botticelli); and he wrote not without distinction verses of a pessimistic character.
After some years Rossetti and Burne-Jones withdrew from the enterprise, leaving it to Morris.
Browning and Tennyson, became a friend of Burne-Jones, wrote verse and prose, and was a member of a group called 'The Brotherhood,' while a little later published for a year a monthly magazine not unlike 'The Germ.
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.
The firm operates eight venues in the region and the latest will sit next to Bodega bar and restaurant - also a Bitters 'n' Twisted venue - at Burne-Jones
House, in Bennetts Hill.
When he met Morris and Burne-Jones
in 1880, it took little effort for them to persuade Benson to quit his job and open a furniture and metal workshop.
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.
He is followed everywhere by twenty swooning women who have stepped straight out of a Burne-Jones
The Pygmalion series, 1878, by Edward Burne-Jones
, part of the Exposed exhibition at Herbert Art Gallery & Museum
Google photographed one of the Laing's most important paintings, Laus Veneris by the Victorian artist Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones
, in 'gigapixel' format.
The most important Burne-Jones
to come on the market in 40 years goes under the hammer in London in July.
Christina and Dante Rossetti, William Morris, and his friend Edward Burne-Jones
were well represented in this year's offerings.