About this book
A new biography of Edward Burne-Jones, the greatest British artist of the second half of the 19th century. Explores and re-evaluates his art and life, including his battle against vicious public hostility, and the romantic susceptibility to female beauty that would inspire his art and ruin his marriage. From the author of "Eric Gill" and "William Morris".
Edward Burne-Jones is the greatest British artist of the second half of the nineteenth century. The most admired British artist of his generation, he was a leading figure with Oscar Wilde in the aesthetic movement of the 1880s. This title explores and re-evaluates his art and life.
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