Dante Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (May 12, 1828 - April 10, 1882) was an English poet, painter and translator.

The son of �migr� Italian scholar Gabriele Rossetti, D. G. Rossetti was born in London, England and originally named Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti. His family and friends called him "Gabriel", but in publications he put the name Dante first, because of its literary associations. He was the brother of poet Christina Rossetti and the critic William Michael Rossetti and a founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood with John Everett Millais and William Holman Hunt.

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1854 - Found 1858 - Before the Battle 1859 - Bocca Baciata 1859 - Sir Galahad at the Ruined Chapel
1860 - Jane Morris 1861 - Fair Rosamund 1861 - The Annunciation 1864 - Joan of Arc
1864 - Joan of Arc 2 1864 - Morning Music 1866 - The Beloved 1867 - The Loving Cup
1867 - The Tune of Seven Towers 1868 - Lady Lilith 1870 - Mariana 1872 - The Bower Meadow
1877 - A Sea Spell 1877 - Prosperpine 1879 - Pandora 1880 - The Day Dream