Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dantis Amor

1860
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Pre-Raphelite Rossetti's was inspired by Dante's love for Beatrice and his literary writings. This piece shows the female figure as an angel amongst stars, Saints and the moon, holding an arrow in hues of dark blue and red.
  • Artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  • Artwork Dantis Amor
  • Image size 74.9 x 81.3 cm
  • Material Oil on mahogany
  • Date of work 1860
About the artist
English poet and painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti left the RA Schools in 1848 and in the same year founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood along with Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais. In 1850 he painted his first subject from the works of Dante, who remained a lifelong inspiration. From 1854 he prospered under the patronage of John Ruskin. After the suicide of his wife and pupil Elizabeth Siddal, he lived in great style, with a menagerie of animals. From 1868 to the mid-1870s he conducted an affair with Jane, the wife of William Morris. She remained his principal muse until his death and he immortalized her in such works as Proserpine.
  • Landscape aspect Yes
  • Artwork code n03532
   

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