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Florence Harrison, A Peal of Bells

Florence Susan Harrison (British painter) 1877 - 1955 A Peal of Bells, ca. 1910 'Strike the bells wantonly. Tinkle tinkle well' watercolour Illustration to the poem 'A Peal of Bells' from: Poems by Christina Rossetti.

da cosa nasce cosa: Emma Florence Harrison

My father gave me a necklace, when I was young, that reminds me of this.Emma Florence Harrison "Maiden Song" Date: circa 1910

Moonlight Flight ~ Emma Florence Harrison

Elsie de Wolfe Quote "You can't take it with you. There are no pockets in a shroud.

‘Poems by Christina Rossetti’ illustrated by Florence Harrison. Published 1910 by Blackie & Son Limited.

Emma Florence Harrison illustration to Christina Rossetti’s poem ‘Dream Love’. Emma Florence Harrison illustration to Christina Rossetti’s poem ‘Dream Love’.

The Ghost's Petition - The Poems of Christina Rossetti, 1910

An illustration to Christina Rossetti's 1866 poem "The Ghost's Petition" (illustration ca.

‘Poems by Christina Rossetti’ illustrated by Florence Harrison. Published 1910 by Blackie & Son Limited.

Poems by Christina Rossetti’ illustrated by Florence Harrison. Published 1910 by Blackie & Son Limited

The Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais managed to create a sentimental moment in the massacre in his painting 'A Huguenot on St. Bartholomew's Day' (1852), which depicts a Catholic woman attempting to convince her Huguenot lover to wear the white scarf badge of the Catholics and protect himself. The man, true to his beliefs, gently refuses her. Millais was inspired to create the painting after seeing Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots.

A Huguenot, on St. Bartholomew's Day, Refusing to Shield Himself from Danger by Wearing the Roman Catholic Badge, 1852 - John Everett Millais

Mariana & the moon  Florence Harrison illustration

Florence Susan Harrison (English Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite illustrator) 1877 - 1955 Mariana, ca. 1912 illustration 'Upon the middle of the night, Waking she heard the night fowl crow' watercolour.

O, sisters, cross the bridge with me,  My eyes are full of sand. What matter that I cannot see, If ye take me by the hand? - Early poems of William Morris, 1914

Florence Harrison—Rainbow Ghosts Vintage Fairy Tale Illustration was an English Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite illustrator of poetry and children’s books. Many of her books were published by Blackie and Sons.

Florence Harrison--Girl in Thorns

A Book of PoetryIllustrated by Florence Harrison She stood on inner ground that budded flowers.

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