Tate Britain Exhibition

Paintings and Drawings of the 1860 Period

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, ‘The Girlhood of Mary Virgin’ 1848–9
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Girlhood of Mary Virgin 1848–9. Tate
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, ‘The Girlhood of Mary Virgin’ 1848–9
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The Girlhood of Mary Virgin 1848–9
Tate

The aim of this exhibition was to show some of the paintings by the artists who were chiefly responsible for Book Illustration of the Sixties, concurrently with their work in black and white.

Limitations of space had made it necessary to confine the exhibition chiefly to the earlier work, done before 1865, by Rossetti, Millais, Arthur Hughes, Sandys and Burne-Jones, leaving the slightly later works of Pinwell, Boyd Houghton, Walker and others for a subsequent exhibition.

Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
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Dates

27 April – 29 July 1923

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