Portraits of DGR, part 2
|Publication||Mag. of Art|
|Topic||Portraits of DGR, part 2|
|Keywords||DGR portraits 1853-82|
89 January Magazine of Art
Part II of the Portraits of Dante Rossetti.
Rossetti, William M. "The Portraits of Dante Gabriel Rossetti." Magazine of Art (January 1889): 57. Web. 21 Sept. 2011.
This article, the second of three, annotates various portraits starting with the year 1853 and extends to some works of 1882. Noteworthy is the contextual sketch of the early pre-Raphaelites sketching each other to sent to Thomas Woolner recently departed to Australia, as well as the first of many photographs, many taken by Cheyne Walk associate C.L. Dodgson whom Rossetti refers to as "the author of Alice in Wonderland" and Lewis Carroll (Reminiscences 2:328). Noted also is a photo of Dante Rossetti with Ruskin; many photos are cited as deposited with the London Stereoscopic Company.
Each picture, photo or sitting is explained by William Rossetti in detail.
Standards of Judgment:
Rhetoric and tone:
Rossetti, William Michael. Some Reminiscences of William Michael Rossetti. Vol. 2. New York: Charles Scribner, 1906. Print.