My friend Jack Challem emailed me several days ago. He’s has been kind enough to share priceless info with me before, namely an article about Elizabeth Siddal and Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s handwriting, an image of their marriage certificate, and photos of Lizzie Siddal’s grave.
Once again, I am grateful that he has shared with us a wonderful image! He writes:
We returned from England about a week ago. We walked by Rossetti’s
house in Chelsea a couple of times. At the Tate Britain, Edward
Burne-Jones’s “Author in Avalon” was on display. It’s a magnificent
painting. More info at these two sites:
We drove out to Kelmscott Manor, where Jane Morris lived. The
highlights included an oil painting of Janey by DGR, chalk drawings of
her daughters (again by DGR), and at least a dozen pencil
illustrations by Burne-Jones.
Attached is a photo of the entrance to Kelmscott Manor that you’re
welcome to post, if you wish.