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Burne-Jones

[ burn-johnz ]

noun

  1. Sir Edward Co·ley [koh, -lee], 1833–98, English painter and designer.


Burne-Jones

/ bɜːndʒəʊnz /

noun

  1. Burne-JonesSir Edward18331898MEnglishARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: designer Sir Edward . 1833–98, English Pre-Raphaelite painter and designer of stained-glass windows and tapestries


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Wilde set sail from Liverpool with letters of introduction from James Russell Lowell and Edward Burne-Jones.

To know, to love, and to be loved by such a man as Burne-Jones was a supreme blessing in his life.

"The whole thing was a hateful affair," Burne-Jones wrote to Rossetti, and many agreed with him, though for other reasons.

But Burne-Jones womens hands are lovely, and the reflection in the water of one of his attendants of Venus very lovely too.

Burne-Jones chins are laughable; Botticellis Madonna has no beauty and the saints are ugly.

The girl heard the words "Burne-Jones eyes," and knew they were speaking of her.

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