Burne-Jones


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Burne-Jones

 (bûrn′jōnz′), Sir Edward Coley 1833-1898.
British painter and member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood who is known for the mystical, dreamlike settings of his paintings and stained-glass designs.

Burne-Jones

(bɜːndʒəʊnz)
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(Biography) Sir Edward. 1833–98, English Pre-Raphaelite painter and designer of stained-glass windows and tapestries

Burne-Jones

(ˈbɜrnˈdʒoʊnz)

n.
Sir Edward Coley, 1833–98, English painter and designer.
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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.
Watts, Burne-Jones, and Botticelli); and he wrote not without distinction verses of a pessimistic character.
A handful of names dominate--Millais, Rossetti, Burne-Jones, Holman Hunt although landscapes by their followers are increasingly prized
Birmingham Cathedral's worldfamous Burne-Jones windows were removed and placed in safe storage at the outbreak of the Second World War as a result of campaigning by the society.
HERITAGE WEEK Birmingham Cathedral An introduction to the cathedral, touching on its founding, its development and its stunning Burne-Jones stained glass windows.
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.
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.
He is followed everywhere by twenty swooning women who have stepped straight out of a Burne-Jones canvas.