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Swallow Swallow :: John Everett Millais

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John Everett Millais (1829-1896) Swallow Swallow

Oil On Canvas -1864 102 x 76 cm ( 40,2 x 29,9 inch )

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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Kim    October 27, 2015

I think you write wonderfully Alison! Especially about thgins you love .like art and history. What draws you (no pun intended) to the painting of Esther? I had not seen the The Black Brunswicker before. How interesting to see the folds of the gown incorporated into the painting. It must have been wonderful to see them all in person.


Jaison    October 27, 2015

Also notable: the ltitle girl in the new film Hugo recites from Christina Rossetti!I might mention that a psychoanalytic approach to her religious materials is a waste of time it completely misinterprets her mode of writing, the content of her writing, and her context. She would be appalled at the cover of that book that was posted on the main page. Hopefully, you understand since you seem to adore the Pre-Raphaelites! [url= [link=


Arvind    October 29, 2015

I enjoyed the book, too, and atclauly, it opened my eyes. I'm so used to my own paradigm, that unconsciously I project this onto other places/era's. Which is not right. There were more open and experimental in that era, also in relationships, than we think of.In the Netherlands for example we had the movement The Tachtigers (The Eighties ), a group of artists (living around the '80). They also formed experimental living societies (as a Walden), and had a sisterhood (with the free [Expand]


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