British Museum 新增了 4 張相片。
Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones was born #onthisday in 1833. A leader in art and design in the late 19th century, he produced paintings and drawings alongside stained glass, textiles and metalwork. His delicate dream-like compositions are shown in these works.http://ow.ly/57Lz303fCvE
Victorian artist Edward Burne-Jones was born #onthisday in 1833.
For four years, he worked with friend William Morris, founder of the Kelmscott Press, on 'The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer now newly imprinted', published in 1896. He spent every Sunday on the book's 87 wood-cut illustrations, working long hours in fear that Morris might die before the project was finished.
On seeing the first copy, Burne-Jones wrote: “When Morris and I were little chaps at Oxford, if such a book had come out then we should have just gone off our heads, but we have made at the end of our days the very thing we would have made then if we could." http://bit.ly/2bYopBx