Christina Rossetti

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What are heavy? sea-sand and sorrow. What are brief? today and tomorrow. What are frail? spring blossoms and youth. What are deep? the ocean and truth.”

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from 'Poems to Read to the Very Young', Who Has Seen the Wind? by Christina Rossetti, illustrated by Eloise Wilkin Nature Poem, All Nature, Nature Quotes, Nature Study, Graffiti Kunst, Christina Rossetti, Pomes, Kids Poems, Poems About Children

Eloise Wilkin & Christina Rosetti :) This is the first poem I read in school and I've been in love with poetry ever since.

Book design for ‘Poems by Christina Rossetti’ by Florence Harrison. Published 1910 by Blackie & Son Limited. See more illustrations here. Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Book Art, Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books, Old Books, Antique Books, Illustration Art Nouveau
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Arthur Rackham Goblin Market White and golden Lizzie stood painting is shipped worldwide,including stretched canvas and framed art.This Arthur Rackham Goblin Market White and golden Lizzie stood painting is available at custom size. Arthur Rackham, Art And Illustration, Book Illustrations, Fairy Land, Fairy Tales, Harry Clarke, Christina Rossetti, The Ancient Magus, Labyrinth

Goblins

Gimme a chance, you guys jumped in too fast. I was doin' some Labor Day party stuff and went out to play badminton before posting the next item, which was . . . The piece from Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market that Arthur Rackham painted that Craft's painting was a take on. Geez, I didn't know anyone was payin' attention here.

Antique early century decorative publisher's edition - gorgeous cover, and I really kinda like Christina Rossetti. Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Book Art, Old Books, Antique Books, Victorian Books, Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books

Rossetti's Poems...

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Wind Witch: #Wind #Witch ~ "Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I....But when the trees bow down their heads, the wind is passing by." ---Christina Rossetti.

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Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. Nobody knows his own frontiers… I...

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'Sucked their fruit globes fair or red'. Illustration by Florence Harrison for ‘Poems by Christina Rossetti’ (Goblin Market). Published 1910 by Blackie Art And Illustration, Illustrations Posters, Goblin, Christina Rossetti, Album Jeunesse, Photo D Art, Fairytale Art, Pre Raphaelite, Oeuvre D'art
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oil on panel One of eleven paintings on themes from the poetry of Christina Rossetti. Exhibited at Dowdeswell's Gallery, London in 1899 Thoughts suggested by some Passages from British Poets - Cabinet Pictures

Photo by LEWIS CARROLL Dante Gabriel Rossetti, his sister the poet Christina Rossetti, his mother Mrs.Rossetti and his brother, art critic William Michael Rossetti by Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson, 1863 John William Waterhouse, Lewis Carroll, John Everett Millais, Julia Margaret Cameron, Christina Rossetti, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, Edward Burne Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Vintage Photographs

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Join the Poetry Challenge for kids and families for National Poetry Month. This week enjoy 2 poems by Christina Rossetti that you can read and learn together. Nice Poetry, Poetry For Kids, April Poems, Christina Rossetti, National Poetry Month, Kids Poems, Insightful Quotes, Short Poems, Reading Rainbow
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Poetry Challenge for Kids {Week 4}

Join the Poetry Challenge for kids and families for National Poetry Month. This week enjoy 2 poems by Christina Rossetti that you can read and learn together.

size: Giclee Print: Frontispece to 'Goblin Market and Other Poems' by Christina Rossetti, Engraved by William Morris by Dante Gabriel Rossetti : Entertainment Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais, Christina Rossetti, Arthur Rackham, Comic, Pre Raphaelite, Goblin, Faeries, Illustrators

Goblin Market

Goblin Market has been one of my favorite poems for a long time. I actually quote part of it in my upcoming YA, Innocent Darkness. Goblin Market is an incredible Victorian poem full of doub…

Goblin Market is one of Christina Rossetti’s most popular and distinctive poems. illustrations by her brother Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, Lucid Dream, Illustrations, Illustration Art, John Everett Millais, Christina Rossetti, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, John William Waterhouse

Christina Rossetti - Goblin Market - Golden head by golden head, Like two pigeons in one nest Folded in each other's wings, They lay down, in their curtained bed

Christina Georgina Rossetti is buried in Highgate Cemetery, North London, England. She was buried in the same grave as her mother and father. Highgate Cemetery London, Christina Rossetti, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Unusual Facts, The Magnificent Seven, Glasgow School, Cemetery Art, Memento Mori

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Ecce Ancilla Domini (Latin: "Behold the handmaiden of the Lord"), or The Annunciation, is an oil painting by the English artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti, first painted in 1850 and now in Tate Britain in London. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais, Gottfried Helnwein, Pre Raphaelite Paintings, Christina Rossetti, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, Tate Gallery, Victorian Art, Modern Artists

Annunciation Rosetti

"The Annuciation" by Rosetti