Elizabeth Siddal by Dante Gabriel Rossetti --- another model for Alison's hair tonight. (ha ha!)  Really love Rosetti and Siddal (especially their poetry)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti Elizabeth Siddal (circa Medium: graphite and watercolor on paper Dimensions: × in × cm)

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ELIZABETH ELEANOR SIDDAL: MUSE, PAINTER, POET, WIFE OF DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI: Pre-Raphaelite Sister: ‘the original supermodel’

1854, Elizabeth Siddal by Rossetti from "The Lust of the Eyes", a poem by Siddal "I care not for my Lady's soul Though I worship before her smile; I care not where be my Lady's goal When her beauty shall lose its wile. Low I sit down at my Lady's feet Gazing through her wild eyes Smiling to think how my love will fleet When their starlike beauty dies..."

Elizabeth Siddal, 1854 Elizabeth Siddal Click Image For A Closer LookDante Gabriel Rossetti Watercolor on paper 7 x 6 inches F.

Dante Gabriele Rossetti, study of Jane Morris for "Mnemosyne"

Italian Art ~ ~ Dante Gabriel Rossetti : Study of Jane Morris for ‘Mnemosyne’ (detail), 1876

by Dante Gabriela Rosetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Helen of Troy, oil on panel, x cm, Kunsthalle Hamburg. Source Annie Miller was the model for this depiction of the famous beauty Helen from Greek mythology.

Beata Beatrix (ca. 1863), by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English painter and poet. He was one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

Portrait of Annie Miller    Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882)    c. 1860    Pencil, pen, ink and grey wash on paper

Dante Gabriel Rossetti “Portrait of Annie Miller" . Annie Miller was an English artists' model who sat for the members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, William Holman Hunt, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and John Everett Millais .

Detail from Beata Beatrix, Dante Gabriel Rossetti    Rossetti modeled Beatrice after his deceased wife and frequent model, Elizabeth Siddal, who died in 1862 from a laudanum overdose, possibly a suicide.

Detail: Lizzie Siddal in Beata Beatrix by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (just wanted her here).Dante Gabriel Rossetti completed "Beata Beatrix" a year after Siddal's death. Her untimely death was the result of her giving birth to Dante's stillborn child.

Portrait of Elizabeth Siddal 1855 pen and ink by Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti Portrait of Elizabeth Siddal, 1855 Painting for sale, painting Authorized official website

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