Your questions!



Yes, I have a bunch of pages with pictures of Pre-Raphaelite paintings; but this (regretly) does not mean I'm an expert on this subject; It happends I just like it; but I have very little idea about things like 'who painted what' or 'what's the story of...'

But other people who access these pages, probably will have an answer to your questions; just use this form and wait. You can browse also the previous forum; there are tons of information!.
I want to thank all the nice comments posted in the old page

You can find a similar resource at WebMagick's Art Assembly; created by Julia Kerr

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J.A. Gutierrez (www@ivo.cps.unizar.es), wrote:

Here we go again!

This came from @155.210.31.33 on Monday, November 24, 1997 03:20:09



Kirsten Phipps (sos@cableinet.co.uk), wrote:

I am desperately seeking two Bouguereau prints, both entitled Mother and Child, although one may also be entitled 'Temptation'. The first shows a barefoot woman carrying a baby on her hip. The second depicts a woman laying down, holding an apple, with a blonde-haired toddler sitting beside her (this is Temptation). Does anyone have any idea where I might get hold of these. I would be grateful for any help I can get. I look forward to hearing from anyone who also has an interest in JW Waterhouse.

This came from @195.188.200.100 on Tuesday, November 25, 1997 19:51:39



Llyrikk (OnyxFideal@aol.com), wrote:

There's no artist listed for King Coheptua (or something such as) and the beggar maid. Who painted it? Lurking, Llyrikk P.S. I am the beggar maid!!!

This came from @208.6.87.99 on Saturday, November 29, 1997 21:50:45



Deborah Mattingly Conner (muse@cannet.com), wrote:

People interested in Victoriana and the Pre-Raphaelites might find my webpage about my novel "MUSE, A Victorian Idyll" interesting. I would really appreciate a link and a visit -- at: www.artist.first.com/conner1.htm Feedback is always welcome. Also I'd like to see some of the more obscure pictures of Simon (Simeon?)Solomon, if you come upon them. There's a wonderful exhibit now at the Tate, and I sure would like to see it travel. The British company 'Prudential' sponsers it. Any ideas on how to let them know of our interest?

This came from @206.156.189.151 on Monday, December 8, 1997 02:40:39



P. Haast (phengels@concepts.nl), wrote:

General characteristics of pre-raphaelite painting and main representatives

This came from @194.134.47.147 on Monday, December 8, 1997 20:57:18



??? (eire1000@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking for the artist who painted "The Kiss" or the "Forbidden Kiss"...the title is something like that. It shows a knight, in full armour, one the circular steps of a castle, kissing the hand of a lady-in-waiting. I thought it was either Hughes, Hunt, or Burke-Jones, but cannot find it mentioned anywhere. HELP!

This came from @152.163.206.89 on Tuesday, December 9, 1997 01:14:44



??? (eire1000@aol.com), wrote:

I was a little too quick to send the e-mail! I found the print I was looking for. I appreciate your efforts though. And many thanks for having these kinds of art on the web...you have been a life-saver (or sanity saver...I was beginning to think I hallucinated the poster...) Here's the official name of the print: HELELLIL AND HILDEBRAND or THE MEETING ON THE TURRET STAIRS by FREDERICK WILLIAM BURTON (1816 - 1900)

This came from @152.163.206.89 on Tuesday, December 9, 1997 01:21:26



georgia thrasher (gthrasher@accounting.umsmed.edu), wrote:

My 18-yr. old daughter is looking for a "Pre-Raphaelite" Calendar for 1998. Is there such a calendar on the market? If so, where can one be purchased? thank you

This came from @192.231.72.55 on Tuesday, December 9, 1997 20:09:12



MARY (CUDA1@IBM.NET), wrote:

GREAT SITE! LOOKING FOR A REPRINT OF JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE'S "LA BELE DAME SANS MERCI". GIFT FOR FRAMING. SOURCE FOR REPRINTS.

This came from @129.37.39.152 on Wednesday, December 10, 1997 01:57:24



Kim Boler (kredd@merline.ebicom), wrote:

Looking for a print of Frank Cadogan Cowper's LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI. If anyone has any information where it and others like can be found, I would appreciate it.

This came from @131.95.87.176 on Thursday, December 11, 1997 19:22:28



Jamie Adair (???), wrote:

What year was John William Waterhouse born, and in what country?

This came from @199.45.221.79 on Friday, December 19, 1997 22:49:39



Neale Stratford (stratty@netspace.net.au), wrote:

For Jamie Adair... John William Waterhouse was born in Rome on 6 April 1849....

This came from @203.10.110.172 on Saturday, December 20, 1997 12:42:15



wlees (wlees@medphys.ucl.ac.uk), wrote:

Velazquez

This came from @152.163.194.236 on Sunday, December 28, 1997 12:42:14



Ursus (ursus@interpath.com), wrote:

I am looking for decent reproductions of Frederick Sandys "Proud Maisie" and "Love's Shadow". I have a portrait of a redhead I need to do and these were suggested as something I might want to study. Any thoughts where I might locate copies?

This came from @199.72.206.138 on Sunday, December 28, 1997 17:57:29



Melissa M. (???), wrote:

This came from @206.105.105.66 on Monday, December 29, 1997 23:59:52



Melissa M. (Ihave no add!BOOO!), wrote:

Who is the author of "The Lady Of Shallot"? Is this a story or a painting only? please post ansewer!!! need info now!!! reort due!!! PLEASE HURRY!!!

This came from @206.105.105.66 on Tuesday, December 30, 1997 00:02:57



Yolanda Perez de Haan (yhaan@ctv.es), wrote:

Hello to everyone, my question is about an "Ophelia". It's a picture where she is diving into the water in a quite vertical position and she is almost dead. She is dressed in light orange-rose and blue. Her long long red hair is above her and when I discovered it I thougt she was beautiful. Please, help me to find her in the WWWW. I would like so much to have it in my Wallpaper desk. Thanks for offer this service and congratulation for your Site. I've enjoyed so much. Greeting from Spain, Yolanda

This came from @195.57.141.114 on Wednesday, December 31, 1997 14:01:31



N. Kolar (Skycolors@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print of Waterhouse's "the Magic Circle". The original is at the Tate Gallery.

This came from @152.163.205.217 on Thursday, January 1, 1998 05:40:54



Gordon Williams (gordon_debra@msn.com), wrote:

I have a copy of a print of three young maidens that are being threatened by dragons. The title mentioned something about "Gorgons," but I thought that the Gorgons were the sisters, the most famous of which is Medusa. I'm looking for the exact title and who painted it. No one has been able to answer at the museum gift shop and I haven't found it anywhere on the Web, so I won't be disappointed with an "I dunno." Thanks.

This came from @153.35.56.162 on Friday, January 2, 1998 18:48:43



Martha McGhee-Glisson (rglisson@america.net), wrote:

I am looking for a print of "The Triumph of the Innocents" by William Holman Hunt (1883-1884), "suitable for framing". More particularly, I need the version that is in the Tate Gallery. In it Mary and Christ look gloriously alive -- almost (I think consciously on Hunt's part) pagan - there is a different version around (Harvard has it I think) with a far too conventional and "prettified" central group. Some buyer must have insisted on a more conventional treatment! (Hunt also is supposed to have altered the face of the girl in "The Awakening Conscience" because the buyer found it too painful to live with!) Any help gratefully received!

This came from @206.113.251.214 on Monday, January 5, 1998 03:53:15



Marc Fountain (fountain@dnai.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print of "love among the ruins" by Burne-Jones. The orginal hangs in Wightwick Manor. Any help would be appreciated. -Marc

This came from @207.181.210.156 on Monday, January 5, 1998 10:05:36



Zillah (Zillah2000@Hotmail.com), wrote:

Can anyone tell me if someone has written a biography on Simeon Solomon ? Thank you.

This came from @62.108.1.71 on Friday, January 9, 1998 12:14:20



Stina Melin (stamen96@student.umu.se), wrote:

Not thath long ago i saw some paintings by Margaret and Francec Macdonald! Why cant i find them in any Pre-Raphael site. Please put in some pictures by them. So every one can see how great they are.

This came from @130.239.8.22 on Wednesday, January 14, 1998 19:42:33



Elizabeth M. (Sorry None yet), wrote:

An answer for Melissa M.: "The Lady of Shalott" is a poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. It is based on an Arthurian legend. She is also known as Elaine of Astolat. The legend is quite sad and Tennyson's poem is very beautiful. The Canadian singer Loreena McKennitt did a musical treatment of the poem on her album, "The Visit". Check it out!!

This came from @206.141.225.81 on Sunday, January 18, 1998 02:54:44



Julia (Julia@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

Re: The Lady of Shalott

The Pre-Raphaelite Collection's Maidens of Death feature has a section on the Elaine & The Lady of Shalott:

http://www.webmagick.co.uk/prcoll/death/

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Sunday, January 18, 1998 12:43:19



Alexina Ellis (xellis@ozemail.com.au), wrote:

"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" I have read that the version of "La Belle.." by Dante Gabriel Rossetti is the best interpretation of the poem by Keats. Yet I have never come across a picture of the painting! Can anyone out there help me??????? The search is becoming an obsession!! Thank you

This came from @203.108.221.18 on Monday, January 19, 1998 11:24:47



Alexina Ellis (xellis@ozemail.com.au), wrote:

"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" I have read that the version of "La Belle.." by DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI - is the best interpretation of the poem by Keats. I have the Waterhouse, Cowper and Dicksee ones but where oh where is Rossetti's??? I have never come across a picture of the painting! Can anyone out there help me??????? The search is becoming an obsession!! Thank you

This came from @203.108.221.18 on Monday, January 19, 1998 11:29:22



chantal greff (ChGreff@mail.dotcom.fr), wrote:

does somebody know where I could find a list of all the Pre-Raphaelite paintings that have been exhibited at the Royal Academy ? do you know if the Bridesmaid by Millais has been exhibited there ? which year ? heaps of thanks Chantal

This came from @195.242.64.75 on Sunday, January 25, 1998 14:12:22



chantal greff (ChGreff@mail.dotcom.fr), wrote:

how does this forum work ? Isn't my question supposed to appear at the bottom of the list ? What about my answers to other people's questions ? thanks chantal

This came from @195.242.64.75 on Sunday, January 25, 1998 14:38:44



Matson Yandle (myandle@iamerica.com), wrote:

Looking for information on artist...Henry Ryland, any information on links to view watercolors by Ryland would be appreciated. Thanks for the assistance.

This came from @206.81.58.113 on Wednesday, January 28, 1998 00:53:50



Sue Sanderson (113255.3037@compuserve.com), wrote:

I am undertaking a design project using Arthurian Legends, The Holy Grail and characters as depicted in Pre-Raphaelite paintings as my inspiration. I have managed to accumulate quite a few postcards, prints books etc. As I work through I am becoming more drawn to the work of Burne-Jones - and feel that I will concentrate on his work - including the tapestries produced by I believe William Morris and Co. I need to find a list of the locations of works of Burne-Jones - particulalry in the UK as that is where I live. I really want to visit some of the works. I have seen the works at the Tate in the recent exhibition - but there was only one or two pictures on the Arthurian Theme. I would be grateful for any info that you out there might be willing to pass on. Many thanks - in anticipation. Sue

This came from @195.232.23.52 on Wednesday, January 28, 1998 22:14:54



Julia (Julia@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

I've posted a reply to Sue's message about Arthurian paintings by Burne-Jones in WebMagick's Art Forum:
http://assembly.nerdworld.com/assembly.asp?assembly=WEBMAGICK.ASSEMBLY

You'll also find details there of a major exhibition on Burne-Jones taking place in New York, Birmingham and Paris later this year.

WebMagick ~ Virtual Art

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Thursday, January 29, 1998 22:02:27



Aislinn Akkari (bonorim@worldnet.fr), wrote:

i'm looking desperately for a full description of Rossetti's "Beata Beatrix", with everything concerning the technique of this painting, the context,the perspectives, the choice of the colours, the symbolism of the objects in the painting... everything concerning this painting. it would also be essays done on this painting during a class or else. thank you very much

This came from @195.3.16.10 on Friday, February 6, 1998 23:07:35



Donna Kaminski (kaminski@wmich.edu), wrote:

Burne-Jones did a stained-glass window in Jesus Church in Troutbeck, Cumbria (England) - with help from Morris & Ford Madox Brown (for Ellen Dunlop, died 1867 - window completed in 1873). Does anyone have any further information on this window or Burne-Jones/Morris/Brown's visit to Cumbria?

This came from @198.108.170.232 on Saturday, February 7, 1998 07:15:31



Sarah Howard (bf20346@binghamton.edu), wrote:

Anyone have any information on Pierre Auguste Cot (The Storm and Springtime)?

This came from @204.210.159.19 on Sunday, February 8, 1998 01:35:54



phil baker (pfbaker@midway.uchicago.edu), wrote:

Where is the painting we're looking for, in all its forms? -pfb

This came from @128.135.120.221 on Saturday, February 14, 1998 00:06:28



sam quigley (pfbaker@midway.uchicago.edu), wrote:

Whew, Phil sure is crazzzy, isnt he? (Note the lack of an apostrophe ('), Jack!) -pfb

This came from @128.135.120.221 on Saturday, February 14, 1998 00:07:33



Hal Willett (Halsome@aol.com), wrote:

To whom it may concern: I am inquiring information about the following: I have in my possesion a print which appears to be very old titled: "Murthly Moss" from the painting by Sir J.E. Millais, Burt., PRA in the possession of Sir Cuthbert Quilter, Bart.. This print has been handed down for several generations and we no longer no the true origin of this print. It appears to be in the orignal frame of slab. While attempting to obtain a print number or date from the backing we have only been able to uncover the numbers 123 as we do not wish to do any damage to the print which appears to be very fragile, we have not tried to remove anymore of the backing. I have searched the works of Sir John Everett Millais 1829-1896 and have been unable to find such title as "Murthly Moss" which depicts a lake covered with moss. If anyone knows of such work, I would greatly appreciate any information pertaining to this artwork,

This came from @152.163.207.137 on Monday, February 16, 1998 00:40:45



Elizabeth M. (???), wrote:

I have become obsessed with finding out details on the life of Sidney H. Meteyard, a Late Romantic, and a member of the Birmingham Group of artists, paining in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. There is a small reproduction in a catalog of the Late Romantics exhibition of his version of "The Lady of Shalott". His wife was the model for it. If anyone has any information on Meteyard and the Birmingham Group, please let post a reply on this website and I'll check it often. Thanks.

This came from @206.141.236.18 on Monday, February 16, 1998 20:48:09



Alison McLellan (alan_mclellan@email.msn.com), wrote:

Does anyone know of a painting titled 'Love Locked Out' It features a woman leaning against a wall, I would be grateful if anyone could tell me anything about it especially who painted it. Thanks.

This came from @194.69.103.40 on Wednesday, February 18, 1998 22:37:54



Eric (???), wrote:

This came from @129.37.214.124 on Thursday, February 19, 1998 02:21:52



Eric Guerrazzi (eguerraz@kdi-ppi.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a print of Frank Dicksee's "The Two Crowns". I need something suitable for incorporation into a canvas reproduction. Any ideas?

This came from @129.37.214.124 on Thursday, February 19, 1998 02:23:22



Susan Rowe (susan.rowe@falmouth.ac.uk), wrote:

Could you provide the contact details for the De Morgan Foundation , London. Regards, Susan Rowe Information Services Librarian Falmouth College of Arts Tel: 01326 - 211077 ext 212

This came from @195.194.77.251 on Friday, February 20, 1998 11:40:33



julia (mail@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

Address for the De Morgan Foundation:

The De Morgan Foundation
Old Battersea House, Vicarage Crescent
London SW11 3LD

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Monday, February 23, 1998 22:07:17



Richard deSousa (m1aport@pacbell.net), wrote:

Hello: I noticed that John William Waterhouse and Frank Bernard Dicksee both painted portraits of Keats's "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" and I am wondering when each painting was completed. Thanks for your time. Rich deSousa

This came from @206.170.30.17 on Friday, February 27, 1998 07:35:15



Beatrice Winner (Beatrice_Winner@SMTPlink.mssm.edu), wrote:

I am trying to locate the Pre-Raphaelite Trust. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

This came from @146.203.1.34 on Friday, February 27, 1998 18:25:54



RADHIKA HORMUSJEE (radhikath@hotmail.com), wrote:

HI! I am an artist in Bangalore, India. The Pre-Raphaelites have interested me very much and I would be delighted if you can help me with some information. Here it goes: 1, Where can i get hold of more info (books, or websites) on LEIGHTON, GODWARD, TADEMA, 2, Can I possibly see their complete works on the web??? We have difficulty in accesssing pay sites as our credit cards are valid only for INDIAN RUPEE payments and are not valid internationally. 3, Are there any courses that I can attend via the internet? Thanks a ton for the opportuniy to ask, Radhika

This came from @202.54.36.204 on Sunday, March 1, 1998 18:05:20



Nan Morrison (EMorrison@citcom.net), wrote:

Are there posters of this work for sale? Or a book with most of the works shown?

This came from @206.74.232.77 on Saturday, March 7, 1998 17:38:29



Nan Morrison (EMorrison@citcom.net), wrote:

Are there posters of this work for sale? Or a book with most of the works shown?

This came from @206.74.232.77 on Saturday, March 7, 1998 17:38:39



Chris Bailey (lecky18@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have come across a work which I suspect is a pre-raphelite, it has a lady to the left surrounded by cherubs and a peacock with red drapes. Can any one shed any light on what it is and by whom?

This came from @146.227.16.176 on Monday, March 9, 1998 18:31:42



Lyle Hernandez (lylehz@aol.com.us), wrote:

Thank you for your beautiful site. I am far from a graphics expert. When I download your .jpg files (as indicated in my address window, I receive the data in .art format. Is there a way to download in .jpg format? If not, can you suggest a good .art to .jpg shareware conversion utility? I can find .art viewers, but not converters. My graphics software does not support .art compressed files. Thank you.

This came from @152.163.195.218 on Monday, March 9, 1998 21:13:07



beatrice laurent (not yet), wrote:

in your homepage you show Rossetti's The Bower Meadow with the comment that Jane Morris modelled for the picture. In fact the two main models are Maria Spartali-Stillman (left) and Alexa Wilding (right)

This came from @195.83.163.149 on Tuesday, March 10, 1998 15:10:31



beatrice laurent (not yet), wrote:

in your homepage you show Rossetti's The Bower Meadow with the comment that Jane Morris modelled for the picture. In fact the two main models are Maria Spartali-Stillman (left) and Alexa Wilding (right)

This came from @195.83.163.149 on Tuesday, March 10, 1998 15:10:43



Michele Sarginson (micheles@servo.co.uk), wrote:

Hi I went to the Tate Gallery's recent exhibition "The Age of Rossetti, Burne-Jones and Watts" and was particularly taken by a watercolour by Simeon Solomon titled "The Sleepers and the One that Watcheth". I would like to know from anyone if it is available as a print, and if so where can I get it? Thanks

This came from @194.203.6.2 on Tuesday, March 17, 1998 18:50:41



Betsy Jones (bjones@syscom-inc.com), wrote:

I had an old mythology book my grandmother gave me. In it were tons of beautiful pictures illustrating the myths by Edward Burne-Jones. I have not been able to find these anywhere. Can you help me? Thanks, Betsy Jones

This came from @208.222.223.76 on Tuesday, March 24, 1998 18:26:28



Betsy Jones (bjones@syscom-inc.com), wrote:

I had an old mythology book my grandmother gave me. In it were tons of beautiful pictures illustrating the myths by Edward Burne-Jones. I have not been able to find these anywhere. Can you help me? Thanks, Betsy Jones

This came from @208.222.223.76 on Tuesday, March 24, 1998 18:26:42



Betsy Jones (bjones@syscom-inc.com), wrote:

I had an old mythology book my grandmother gave me. In it were tons of beautiful pictures illustrating the myths by Edward Burne-Jones. I have not been able to find these anywhere. Can you help me? Thanks, Betsy Jones

This came from @208.222.223.76 on Tuesday, March 24, 1998 18:26:55



jenna murphy (jmurphy@skidmore.edu), wrote:

is the print of "mariana in the south" by john william waterhouse available anywhere in this wide world? i have been searching to no avail and i would very much love to find it. also, i would love to find the print of 'mariana' by sir john everett millais. thanks

This came from @141.222.120.12 on Wednesday, March 25, 1998 03:03:10



??? (coster@ihug.co.nz), wrote:

I am seeking any info on the artist Henry Ryland. I own one of his prints and am wondering what the value might be? It is of some neo-classical women feeding pidgeons, on the steps of a Greek temple. It is in very good condition and in a large dark brown oak frame.

This came from @209.76.103.124 on Friday, March 27, 1998 11:50:01



Xavier (RKehl00000@aol.com), wrote:

Hi to anyone who can help, I am desperate to find a poster print of Henry Wallis' "Death of Chatterton". If anyone knows where I can get one (if there are any out there) PLEASE e-mail me and let me know. Big hugs to you all, Xavier

This came from @152.163.195.217 on Sunday, March 29, 1998 07:47:02



Lorelei (Loreleijt@aol.com), wrote:

Who is the model for the paintingThe Death of Chatterton (forgot the artist) I NEED a copy of this...any ideas where I could find a print??? Peace and love. Lorelei

This came from @152.163.232.25 on Tuesday, March 31, 1998 23:31:42



Julia (magick@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

The novelist and poet George Meredith was the model for Wallis' painting The Death of Chatterton.

http://www.webmagick.co.uk/prcoll/artists/wallis/

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Sunday, April 5, 1998 19:48:26



www (www@ivo.cps.unizar.es), wrote:

To Lyle Hernandez:

There are not .art files at my pages; in fact I don't know of any format file with that suffix...

To beatrice laurent: Are you sure about "the bower meadow" models? I found that information on the same postcard I scanned for that page.

This came from @155.210.31.36 on Saturday, April 11, 1998 01:56:21



Melissia Morgan (MMo4387581@aol.com), wrote:

I am trying to identify the heirling shepard by william h. hunt for my art apperciation class. I was wondering if you could tell me what insipered the artist in this time to use bold colors. why did they use nature? what kind of balance is used throughout the painting? what things are used to make the eyes focus on other parts of the picture. ex- the guys face points in to draw attention to the lamb on the girls lap, right? Thanks for your help sincerely, Melissia

This came from @12.4.96.66 on Saturday, April 11, 1998 05:06:46



Lyndsey (Karen.L.Bauer@marshmc.com), wrote:

I am looking for a specific painting which I beleive is quite famous. I thought it was a Waterhouse, at least it is definately within the parameters of the Pre-Raphaelite style. The picture is of a woman in the woods, at dusk. There are faeires all around the foliage. They are like tinkerbell faeries - with a light. I would really appreciate any help as to the name/artist of this work. Thank you! Lyndsey

This came from @206.175.72.195 on Wednesday, April 15, 1998 20:20:15



MR.CLAUDE GARCIA (AVALON@wanadoo.fr), wrote:

I AM LOOKING FOR A DEPICTION OF ELAINE OF ASTOLAT PAINTED BY JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE IN HIS LAST YEARS - I THINK AS I AM MAKING A STUDY ABOUT THE LADY OF SHALOTT AND ELAINE AND THEIR VICTORIAN PAINTERS ALL INFORMATION WILL BE WARMLY WELCOME. ALL YOURS.

This came from @193.252.174.131 on Wednesday, April 15, 1998 22:16:23



Jane (jfcb@intergate.bc.ca), wrote:

I am looking for the painter and location of an original painting. I have seen a reproduction entitled "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs". The date I believe was 1846,

This came from @205.206.192.116 on Friday, April 17, 1998 02:40:34



Robin (rkwas@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for prints of John William Waterhouse paintings. Where would I look for these? Are they available for purchase? Thnaks!

This came from @136.1.1.19 on Friday, April 17, 1998 16:48:36



Donna (kink@tampabay.rr.com), wrote:

I am looking for a copy of a painting entitled "Shadow of the Cross" and/or "Born to Die". Any help you can give me on locating a copy would be appreciated. Thank you, Donna

This came from @24.92.0.22 on Saturday, April 18, 1998 05:11:26



Piero Knieper (Omar-i-Chayyam@msn.com), wrote:

Hi to everybody, I'm looking for 1 picture by Simeon Solomon:"The Sleepers, and the One that Watcheth" from 1870 & 1 book illustration by Elihu Vedder for Edward FitzGeralds RubŠiyat of Omar-i-ChayyŠm (end of 19th cent.). Perhaps s.o. knows web places, where I can find that! Thanks & Ciao Piero.

This came from @149.229.231.117 on Sunday, April 19, 1998 17:33:02



Jacqui (guggum@hotmail.com), wrote:

I hope someone is able to get this as I have never used the net before, but I wondered if you could give me the address (land and e-mail if possible) for the Pre Raphaelite Society based in England? Thanks for your help. Jacqui

This came from @195.40.62.27 on Monday, April 20, 1998 16:13:07



stuart reider (sereider@hotmail.com), wrote:

Would you suggest a good biography on Byrne-Jones that might contain a description on his house in London, now the site of council housing? Thanks and regards.

This came from @199.95.176.126 on Tuesday, April 21, 1998 22:08:31



??? (whistlerw@usa.net), wrote:

I am looking for any information on the model for Edmund Blair Leighton's painting The Accolade. Does anyone out there know who she was, or where i could look to find out?

This came from @152.175.162.249 on Wednesday, April 22, 1998 05:02:21



Courtenay (court@jag.com), wrote:

This came from @209.66.35.108 on Thursday, April 23, 1998 19:15:32



Courtenay (court@jag.com), wrote:

I love this site! THANK YOU!

This came from @209.66.35.108 on Thursday, April 23, 1998 19:15:42



Francesco (francesco_1@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a reprint of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's painting, "The Salutation of Beatrice." The original is in the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. It appears on the cover of the Oxford World's Classics edition of Dante's "Vita Nuova." Any suggestions? Thanks much !!

This came from @207.140.79.34 on Sunday, April 26, 1998 17:11:32



Kelhetter Emmanuelle (e.kelhetter@ox-west.ac.uk), wrote:

I am doing a "memoir" on the Pre-Raphaelites and Oxford. This is the reason why I am writing to you. I am trying at the moment to collect as much information as possible on the business support on the Pre-Raphaelite paintings all over the world and especially in Britian, in order to understand why the Pre-Raphaelite movement knows such an "euphoria" nowadays. Indeed, I am trying to define what, in the sponsorship of these paintings, in valorised to the public so as to find out how the nowadays public perceives these paintings. Besides, I am interested in any marketing strategies that have been undertaken to promote the art of the Pre-Raphaelites . Finally, I would like to find out whether or not the presence of the Pre-Raphaelite paintings have contributed to the promotion of Oxford all around the world and whther Oxford has gained any financial support thanks to the presence of Pre-Raphaelite paintings. If you have any information (documents,links etc...). I would be pleased to read them. Thank you very much in advance, Emmanuelle

This came from @194.66.221.2 on Thursday, April 30, 1998 17:39:29



Paul Wilkinson (paulddwilki@onaustralia.com.au), wrote:

I am looking for a print of a John W Waterhouse painting-Ophelia painted in 1894 and held by the Pre-Raphelite Trust. Can anyone tell me if this print is available anywhere?

This came from @139.134.90.37 on Sunday, May 3, 1998 08:50:14



Florence Hortz (hortz@denison.edu), wrote:

I love the work of Waterhouse and Rosetti and would like to find an outlet for frameable prints somewhere in the States. Can only find a pub- lishing house in England as a resource. Any info regarding obtaining frame quality prints? And thanks for having this resource on the web. Even if I cannot have these fine works of art in my home, I can admire them on my computer workspace.

This came from @140.141.132.8 on Tuesday, May 5, 1998 21:25:42



Elizabeth M. (gilllmore@ameritech.net), wrote:

I thought I'd try again to see if any one knew where I could find any information on the artist Sidney H. Meteyard. I have been looking for a couple of years now and so far only a couple of books on the Birmingham School that he was a part of. His greatest influences were Burne-Jones and William Morris. He was active in the late 1800's to early 1900's. If anyone knows of any books or monographs on him or the Birmingham school, please let me know.

This came from @206.141.224.164 on Friday, May 8, 1998 20:04:19



Tymberly (Tymellis@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I find the painting of Ophelia? I would like to have a copy of it.

This came from @152.163.206.237 on Monday, May 18, 1998 04:13:58



Scott Bessette (BessetteS @ Juno.com), wrote:

I am writing a paper on Pre-Raphaelism and I am consetrating on John Everett Millais. If anyone has any information please send it to me. Thank you

This came from @198.115.225.47 on Wednesday, May 20, 1998 01:15:42



Gareth Rosser (therag@netmatters.co.uk), wrote:

i saw and really liked a painting in art history in school, but can't remember what it was, who it was by or anything - i was told today that it might be a 'Victorian Romantic' painting.... it is of a lady who has just stabbed a soldier... the soldier is in the foreground in sort of 'roman' looking armour, and reaching out to the lady almost as if he still loves her, i think... does anyone know what it was and how i can find it?

This came from @195.250.32.93 on Saturday, May 30, 1998 22:21:41



Maria (Lilacwne@aol.com), wrote:

Can anyone give me any suggestions on a good book with a lot of Pre-Rapahelite art in it? I really like a lot of what I have seen, especially J.W. Waterhouse, and I would like a "coffee-table" type book so I can enjoy looking at a large variety of these paintings.

This came from @152.163.205.87 on Sunday, May 31, 1998 04:19:28



Linda Scott (puppydog@comcell.net), wrote:

Hello. I am having a difficult, if not impossible time of finding Pre-Raphaelite prints. I absolutely adore some of the work I see in calendars, etc., but cannot seem to locate anyone with prints. Please help! Thanks! Linda Scott

This came from @205.241.33.185 on Friday, June 5, 1998 03:24:12



Linda Scott (puppydog@comcell.net), wrote:

Hello. I am having a difficult, if not impossible time of finding Pre-Raphaelite prints. I absolutely adore some of the work I see in calendars, etc., but cannot seem to locate anyone with prints. Please help! Thanks! Linda Scott

This came from @205.241.33.185 on Friday, June 5, 1998 03:24:26



Terry Thompson-Manning (thompson_manning@yahoo.com), wrote:

Don't know if I'm in the right place - but it is a start. I recently purchased an old print - already framed. It is of a young dark headed boy and a young blondish girl sitting side by side. He has his arm around her in a protective fashion. Although the print was already framed, you can see just the edge of a basket that contains strawberries that the young girl is holding. Because the frame is old and I do not want to damage it, I have been unable to locate the artist's signature. I did just see "Springtime" by Pierre Auguste Cot, and I feel very strongly that those are the two children in my print - only they appear older in Springtime. Am I possibly on the right track here? Does anybody recognize the print of the two children as I am describing? Thanks for any and all information.

This came from @198.178.8.173 on Friday, June 5, 1998 17:00:00



Rose Nichols (RosieUWJC@aol.com), wrote:

My love, Ken and I are fans of Sir Edward Burnes Jones. We are trying to find a print of "Love Among the Ruins" I believe the orginial (actually there are supposedly two) is in England. If anyone has any infomation please contact me. We are also tr

This came from @152.163.205.217 on Friday, June 5, 1998 17:53:31



webmagick (mail@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

New at WebMagick - Waterhouse WonderLand
http://www.webmagick.co.uk/wonderland/

A new gallery at WebMagick dedicated to John William Waterhouse. Currently includes:

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Sunday, June 7, 1998 18:37:01



JOHN OCONNOR (FATHEROC@AOL.COM), wrote:

I know someone who has an original painting of arthur hacker. It looks like a picture of the woman at the well. It was painted in 1892. Who is this guy and what web sites could I go to to find out more about him? Thank you in advance!

This came from @131.167.75.228 on Monday, June 8, 1998 18:49:44



laura (lmcdonald@phxa.com), wrote:

am interested in any info regarding the main subject in rosetti's the beloved/the bride....as to whether she was his wife, sister, or other. we could almost be twins and am rather curious.... thanks! laura

This came from @207.247.16.147 on Wednesday, June 17, 1998 01:18:55



laura (lmcdonald@phxa.com), wrote:

am interested in any info regarding the main subject in rosetti's the beloved/the bride....as to whether she was his wife, sister, or other. we could almost be twins and am rather curious.... thanks! laura

This came from @207.247.16.147 on Wednesday, June 17, 1998 01:21:59



Sara Mehaffey (Vaaruca@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am trying to find out where Millais' "A Huguenot on St. Bartholomew's Day Refusing to Shield Himself from Danger" is located, and where I could possibly find a reproduction. I have the catalogue for last year's National Gallery of Art Victorian Show, but the color is off, and I would like something that I could get framed.

This came from @199.233.100.130 on Thursday, June 18, 1998 23:03:53



MarŪa Inťs (agnezca@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hola! Ando buscando bibliografŪa sobre los Prerafaelistas en espaŮol. Gracias.

This came from @132.248.134.82 on Saturday, June 20, 1998 20:03:52



Andrew Bartelt (alb1@coredcs.com), wrote:

EDWARD BURNE-JONES "LA FOI" PRINT by ADOLPHE BRAUN I have an original photogravure print by Edward Burne-Jones. It is approximately 8" x 21 1/2". It depicts a woman with a headwrap and scarf. She is holding an oil lamp. There are two black cherubs perched on a mantel above her using an abacus. There is a mythical creature resembling a phoenix engulfed in flames to her left. The words "FIDES" is at the bottom. Stamped into the lower righthand corner of the picture are the words "Mon. AD. BRAUN Ex CIE BRAUN CLEMENT & CIE SUCC." Ad. Braun is Adolphe Braun, a famous photogravurist from the 1800's. I believe it may be titled "La Foi". I haven't found any literature on this Adolfe Braun print and I would like to know if anyone knows the history behind it, how many prints were made of it and how I would go about selling it? Thanks for your time, Andrew Bartelt

This came from @198.150.193.32 on Wednesday, June 24, 1998 00:41:44



Andrew Bartelt (alb1@coredcs.com), wrote:

EDWARD BURNE-JONES "LA FOI" PRINT by ADOLPHE BRAUN I have an original photogravure print by Edward Burne-Jones. It is approximately 8" x 21 1/2". It depicts a woman with a headwrap and scarf. She is holding an oil lamp. There are two black cherubs perched on a mantel above her using an abacus. There is a mythical creature resembling a phoenix engulfed in flames to her left. The words "FIDES" is at the bottom. Stamped into the lower righthand corner of the picture are the words "Mon. AD. BRAUN Ex CIE BRAUN CLEMENT & CIE SUCC." Ad. Braun is Adolphe Braun, a famous photogravurist from the 1800's. I believe it may be titled "La Foi". I haven't found any literature on this Adolfe Braun print and I would like to know if anyone knows the history behind it, how many prints were made of it, what it might be worth and how I would go about selling it? Thanks for your time, Andrew Bartelt

This came from @198.150.193.32 on Wednesday, June 24, 1998 00:43:00



Kevin Giles (kdgiles@lineone.net), wrote:

"The Pretty Baa-lambs". Who painted it and do you have it on your site? I cannot find a 'search' thingy and you have a lot of painters to look through (though that is nothing at all to complain about. Excellent site. More power to your elbow (or scanner).

This came from @195.171.246.83 on Saturday, June 27, 1998 00:03:24



Christy (dblplusgood@earthlink.net), wrote:

I am planning to visit London, leaving on the 3rd of July for Heathrow. i would like to see the Bridgeman Art Library collection. Can you tell me where in London it is located? Thank you! Christy

This came from @208.255.163.113 on Thursday, July 2, 1998 10:02:49



Patricia Keister (pkeister@VLC.lib.mi.us), wrote:

I once saw a painting titled "I am half-sick of shadows", based (I think) on the Lady of Shalott poem by Tennyson. I cannot remember the artist, but the color was primarily blue. It was a Pre-Raphaelite piece. I realize this isn't much to go on, but have you heard of/seen it, and do you know the artist?

This came from @198.111.205.202 on Thursday, July 2, 1998 20:04:25



Kim (MsBarista@aol.com), wrote:

Desperatly seeking A Cot. Auguste Pierre Cot. I know NOTHING about him or the period of his paintings. His two works that I know of are: "The Swing" and "The Storm." Any help would be highly appreciated! Please! :)

This came from @152.163.204.212 on Friday, July 3, 1998 07:42:13



Piotr Chojnacki (mundo@cuprum.com.pl), wrote:

Je recherche une copie de tableau "Dolce far niente"

This came from @195.117.118.35 on Saturday, July 4, 1998 18:46:18



Brittney (garnet_1@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for "Nepenthe" by Frederic Sandys. If you have seen it anywhere on the web or in a print please let me know. It is a wonderful piece, although not a painting, but it seems to be very difficult to locate. Thanks.

This came from @209.12.239.22 on Sunday, July 5, 1998 02:18:53



Daniel Lalafarian (lalafaria@gte.net), wrote:

Ophelia by Millais...what can you tell me about Ophelia, the subject of Millais' painting

This came from @153.37.58.224 on Thursday, July 9, 1998 06:36:22



Keith worthington (keith_worthington@ipc.co.uk), wrote:

Do you know of an artist called William Hey (or Hay) who painted a "Woman Sewing"?

This came from @193.119.160.10 on Friday, July 10, 1998 16:07:57



carole (carolep@motek.com), wrote:

Interested in seeing Pre-Raphael Art on your net site.

This came from @204.238.136.2 on Wednesday, July 15, 1998 02:45:21



van den camp (spinhuis@pscw.uva.nl), wrote:

how do i get a 6x6 diachrome of the painting by John Everett Millais "Mariana" can anybody inform me about this i want to use this painting for a jacket cover of a study on "The longing for purity. a philisophical debate"

This came from @145.18.92.55 on Friday, July 17, 1998 13:28:24



Sonia (sosweet@rocketmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for the title and the artist of a pre-raphaelites painting. The painting is similar to The Acolade and has Edmund Blair-Leighton's style. Seems like it's not from him... You can see a soldier (dressed similarly has the Acolade) on his knees from the back... seems like he is praying in a church although, it's a very dark place... I saw this painting a couple of time and just love it... Can someone help me? Thanks Sonia

This came from @132.156.113.19 on Monday, July 20, 1998 22:04:47



Bob Amsel (Bob8164@aol.com), wrote:

I have been searching the net for a .jpg of Burne-Jones' "Tree of Forgiveness" but without any success. I believe that's the name. It's very similar to his "Phyllis and Demophoon" but better. If anyone can help me out, please email me.

This came from @152.163.197.201 on Tuesday, July 21, 1998 07:49:39



Andrea H. (maridonna@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

Where can I buy posters/prints of Pre-raphaelite art? Possibly someplace with a brochure. Thanks No spam please.

This came from @12.69.65.28 on Thursday, July 23, 1998 16:08:46



Colleen Curran (pennylane37@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi, I just love coming in here to see the wonderful paintings. It really relaxes me. Well anyway my question, I am looking for a "coffee table" book on John William Waterhouse. Could you possibly give me a name of such a book? Thanks in advance for you assistance. Colleen

This came from @205.205.162.76 on Saturday, July 25, 1998 06:11:13



Andrew Bartelt (alb1@coredcs.com), wrote:

http://www.coredcs.com/~alb1/BRAUN.JPG An 1871 carbon transfer print by Edward Burne-Jones titled 'La Foi' can be seen at the above website, for anyone interested in his work.

This came from @198.150.193.135 on Sunday, July 26, 1998 04:42:43



Sheri Seawright (Seawright@webwide.net), wrote:

I would like to purchase a textured print of Rosetti's Prosperpine. I've looked all over fora print of this to have textured, but have been told twice that the print has been discontinued. Anyone know of where I could order one of these. I'd like a framed one if possible.

This came from @209.41.93.197 on Wednesday, July 29, 1998 05:15:12



LuannaWells (luannaw@katies.com.au), wrote:

Hi! Can somebody tell me where I can get a copy/poster of Hebert Draper's 'Ulysses and the Sirens 1909'. This painting isn't available in Glastonbury or Reprint Mint lists. Can't access the GB Posters or Poster Gallery web sites due to errors like 'unable locate server' (tried a few times different days) or URL not found. Regards, Luanna

This came from @203.5.145.8 on Friday, July 31, 1998 04:45:28



leslie costello (Wchyw56424@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking to purchase a print of Millais' The Vale of Rest I've had no luck looking ANYWHERE. Can you suggest an address or locale? this would be greatly appreciated, as it will be a gift for a dear friend thanks so much for your time (great site!) leslie

This came from @152.163.205.77 on Friday, July 31, 1998 05:59:02



M.C. Conijn (conijn@worldonline.nl), wrote:

DO YOU HAVE PICTURES OF WILLIAM ETTY, FROM THE ART GALLERIES OF YORK. WE CAN'T FIND THEM OR IS THERE A SITE WITH THE ART GALERIES OF YORK. THANKS, MARIUS CONIJN

This came from @195.241.227.136 on Saturday, August 1, 1998 20:20:18



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @24.116.6.22 on Wednesday, August 5, 1998 00:07:28



Timothy Till (tim@runes-law.com), wrote:

I'm looking to purchase prints from Bouguereau. Do you know where I can get them?

This came from @38.214.3.229 on Wednesday, August 12, 1998 02:40:04



Thea Clark (thea.c@usa.net), wrote:

My aunt have this old picture called the wedded, by Lord Leighton. I would like to know haow old it is, and if there is another part to it. Thank you, Thea

This came from @207.70.165.28 on Thursday, August 13, 1998 01:08:42



Thea Clark (thea@usa.net), wrote:

My Aunt have this painting by Lord Leighton intitled The Wedded. I would like to know if it can be found on the net and if there is another mate to it.

This came from @207.70.165.28 on Thursday, August 13, 1998 01:11:04



Neva Parsons (danamaeve@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I get prints of things like Flaming June, Proserpine (Rossetti), Sappho (Mengin) and Circe (Waterhouse)? I would love to be able to obtain these somehow. Any info or a point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated! This is a fantastic website.

This came from @209.37.183.2 on Friday, August 14, 1998 20:02:59



Richard Yan (richyan@netcom.ca), wrote:

I'm looking for a print of Millais' "The Blind Girl", as well as Watts' "Hope" and "The Sower of Systems". Any and all help is greatly appreciated. 8)

This came from @206.217.37.2 on Sunday, August 23, 1998 05:47:38



barb mcintyre (bmcintyr@cflc.net), wrote:

Do you know of any paintings that depict a doppleganger- sometimes referred to as a doubleganger or a wraith or a fetch?

This came from @205.152.57.34 on Monday, August 24, 1998 16:55:15



Julia (julia@webmagick.co.uk), wrote:

In reply to the question above, Dante Gabriel Rossetti painted 'How They Met Themselves' on the theme of 'doppelganger'.

It's on the Neurotic Poets' page at: http://users.ids.net/~bdragon/poets/rossetti.html

Neurotic Poets: http://users.ids.net/~bdragon/poets/rossetti.html

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Monday, August 24, 1998 23:27:07



Lady of Shallott painting / story (m00ch1), wrote:

I would like to know if you can tell me the story about the painting of Lady of shallott painting by John william waterhouse. The painting is of a women in a boat on a river.. Thankyou

This came from @152.163.194.198 on Monday, August 31, 1998 05:02:33



Dana Savard (Dlk42270@aol.com), wrote:

Hi, I recently purchased what I believe to be a reproduction of J.W.Waterhouse "Pandora" I took it out of frame for a closer look it is on very thick type poster board paper its very fragile I believe it to be an early reproduction it is signed and dated. My question is are they still reproducing this now and is there any value to this. I love this site it is wonderful and full of info. thank you

This came from @152.163.197.184 on Sunday, September 6, 1998 16:57:44



Wendy (smithw@ncmc.nyack.edu), wrote:

Help, I am looking for a print by Frank Dicksee...it's not La Belle....it shows a lady sitting in an outdoor courtyard and a man kneeling in front of her....any ideas?

This came from @209.25.82.33 on Tuesday, September 22, 1998 17:57:29



Kimberly Collins (Simca00b2Aol.com), wrote:

What about Tadema??? I believe he is one of the greatest of the Pre-Raphaelite painters. I'm enthralled by his sense of design, contrast and capacity to create texture and depth. . . 'having a hard time finding his work online. Great page! Check him out! Kim BFA Painting

This came from @205.188.196.22 on Wednesday, September 23, 1998 05:26:00



Philip Anthony Albertelli (malb1226@aol.com), wrote:

To whom it may concern, I am an admirer of Waterhouse; espcially his painting 'Hylas and the Water Nymphs'. I would greatly appreciate it, if you could tell me of any where I could find and purchase a print of it on line. Thank you Sincerely, Philip Anthony Albertelli

This came from @152.163.205.84 on Wednesday, September 23, 1998 08:18:08



k.olofsen (k.olofsen@gironet.nl), wrote:

l.s., please can anybody help me in finding a poster of that wonderful painting 'Chatterton' by Morris. I am trying to get hold of one for years now, but have not succeeded. Even the Tate Gallery does not appear to sell them. Please, do let me know and make me a little bit happier! Thank you for an answer

This came from @145.92.99.250 on Friday, September 25, 1998 15:12:25



Pam (pdkelly@ptcom.net), wrote:

We have purchased a John William Waterhouse picture that apppears to be of a mysterious subject. I am looking for info on it: a young girl is reposing in a woods, with a pink heart on the sleeve of her dress. A knight, in once shining armor, is bending over her. She seems to have entwined him with her long hair. Anyone know what could be going on here? It is a very dark picture, but entriguing. Thanks, I am continuing to search pertinent web pages for possible assistance!

This came from @207.54.189.95 on Saturday, September 26, 1998 18:35:47



Oliver Hickey (ohickey@indigo.ie), wrote:

Does anybody know where I could get a print of "In the Venusburg" by the Hon. John Collier?

This came from @194.125.220.74 on Sunday, September 27, 1998 22:46:41



Ashley Parrish (atp207@is5.nyu.edu), wrote:

Do you know the story behind Edward Robert Hughes' "Midsummers Eve"? Looking at the work makes me think there is a an interesting story behind it.

This came from @152.163.197.177 on Saturday, October 3, 1998 00:06:54



Ashley Parrish (atp207@is5.nyu.edu), wrote:

Do you know the story behind Edward Robert Hughes' "Midsummers Eve"? Looking at the work makes me think there is a an interesting story behind it.

This came from @152.163.197.177 on Saturday, October 3, 1998 00:07:29



Birsu Hosrik (birsu@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello, I'm from Turkey and I'm really interested in Pre-Raphelites paintings . I'm trying to collect these nice paintings of Waterhouse, Leighton, De Morgan, Millais and many others by searching in the internet. But, unfortunately there are a few numbers of Pre-Raphelite's web sites. I would be grateful if you mailed me the list of web sites where I can find the paintings especially of Frederic Leighton, Arthur Hughes, William Holman Hunt and Edward Burne Jones.

This came from @195.74.32.168 on Saturday, October 3, 1998 10:23:48



C. Prickett (timoch@janrix.com), wrote:

Hi - Looking for a source for prints. The Brazen Tower - I believe by Edward Burne-Jones and Mariana by Millais. Also if there is anyplace other than Dublin to get "Meeting on the Turret Stairs by Frederic Burton (usually not considered among Pre-Raphaelites by some but very much in same style ) One other is God Speed or Lady's Favor - found it under both title by Lord Leighton. Thanks Carolyn

This came from @207.22.155.177 on Monday, October 5, 1998 04:18:58



Killer (manydakiller@hotmail.com), wrote:

How many paintings did the artist Edmund Blair Leighton have in his exhibition of 1888?

This came from @207.81.165.22 on Monday, October 5, 1998 15:10:13



Julia (mail@webmagick.demon.co.uk), wrote:

RE: Purchasing Prints Online You can buy prints of Edmund Blair-Leighton's 'The Accolade' and 'God Speed' on WebMagick's Pre-Raphaelite Collection site. http://www.webmagick.co.uk/prcoll/ Prints of paintings by John William Waterhouse (including 'The Lady of Shalott' and 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci') and Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema are also available. Prints by other Pre-Raphaelite artists will be added shortly.

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Monday, October 5, 1998 23:28:41



Gill (gjames4728@aol.com), wrote:

Hi - don't know if anyone can help with this one - In which year did Burne Jones paint Venus Discordia?

This came from @205.188.195.26 on Wednesday, October 7, 1998 22:26:59



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @171.78.14.177 on Thursday, October 8, 1998 21:38:03



Felicia Garman (fmgarman@delta.is.tcu.edu), wrote:

I'm looking for biographical information on the artist Pierre August Cot, he painting "Le Printemps" and "The Storm" I really admire his work and I am looking for information to complete a small project that I am doing. If anyone can point me to finding information on this artist, I would greatly appreciate it.

This came from @138.237.147.164 on Sunday, October 11, 1998 10:16:51



Chasella (chasella@hotmail.com), wrote:

There is a painting of Ophelia done by one of the prerafaelite painters that I cannot find anywhere. It was of Ophelia as a red-haired woman in an ivory gown clutching a bouquet of flowers. Do you know where I can find it?

This came from @207.172.10.203 on Wednesday, October 14, 1998 09:39:24



Vanessa West (westcrew@hotmail.com; or istu54882@selu.edu), wrote:

HELP!!!!!!!!! At a poster sale at Southeastern Louisiana University, I had my first encounter with Pre-Raphaelite pictures. I bought 5 mini-posters. I bought "The Accolade" and "A Lady's Favor" by E. Blair Leighton 1901, "The Lady of Shalott," "Ophelia," and "La Belle Dame Sans Mersi" by John Waterhouse. I know you don't know the stories of every painting, but I was wondering if you knew the authors of these poems and stories. I know "La Belle..." is John Dryden and "The Lady of Shalott" is Tennyson. If you know, that would be great. If you don't thats ok; I now know where to come to get information about and see the paintings. Thanx, Vanessa West St. Amant, La.

This came from @206.124.205.202 on Wednesday, October 14, 1998 20:57:57



Patricia Jeleniewski (RACTRACKER@AOL.COM), wrote:

One of my favorite pictures from the Pre-Raphaelite era is Helellil and Hildebrand or "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs". I understand it is from an old Danish Ballad. Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the ballad (in English). The picture was painted by Frederick William Burton (1816-1900) and is in the National Gallery in Dublin Ireland (I believe). Anything you can tell me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

This came from @170.12.91.113 on Wednesday, October 14, 1998 21:21:17



Julia (juliezoe@aol.com), wrote:

What do you know of Charles-Auguste Mengin? I really love the single work which you have on your site but I am having difficulty locating additional information or examples of his works. Thanks for an excellent and aesthetic place on the web. Julia

This came from @152.207.212.179 on Thursday, October 15, 1998 04:38:01



jules (thrajud@ucl.ac.uk), wrote:

Am interested in what happened to Alexa Wilding post her time with DGR.. She is mentioned as putting a wreath on the grave..Did she marry go mad or what..Treffty Dunn implies that she was hard up by 1882 Look forward to hearing from any one who shares my interest in her Jules thrajud@ucl.ac.uk

This came from @144.82.100.120 on Friday, October 23, 1998 21:56:35



lori s. clements (totempole2), wrote:

does anyone know where i could get a copy of burne-jones "love among the ruins"? also does anyone know how to contact the Tate gallary in britain? they seem to have the most pre-raphealites?

This came from @205.188.193.159 on Sunday, October 25, 1998 08:29:03



Julia (mail@webmagick.demon.co.uk), wrote:

In answer to the above question:
The Tate Gallery has a website at http://www.tate.org.uk/

Burne-Jones' 'Love Among the Ruins' belongs to the Bearstead Collection (The National Trust) and is on an indefinite loan to Wightwick Manor, near Wolverhampton, England.
(Wightwick Manor,Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton, WV6 8EE. Tel: +44 (0)1902 761108)
The painting was included in the recent Pre-Raphaelite exhibition at the Tate (The Age of Rossetti,Burne-Jones and Watts: Symbolism in Britain), so you may still be able to get a print/postcard of it from the Tate Gallery shop).

This came from @193.237.24.62 on Sunday, October 25, 1998 09:25:55



saleh (salehab@qualitynet.net), wrote:

i want so picture

This came from @195.226.228.30 on Monday, October 26, 1998 19:51:11



Amy Zeuli (azeuli3668@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on George Fredrick Watts, specifically on the painting 'Eve Tempted'. I've viewed it at the Tate Gallery in London, but I would like to have a print of it or a book on Watts. Any information would be helpful.

This came from @152.163.205.64 on Tuesday, October 27, 1998 01:26:14



rikki s. (rikkitikki82@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find info about king arthur in painting pre-rapaelite?!!!!

This came from @206.78.64.90 on Thursday, October 29, 1998 01:05:15



John Bean (jbean@xl.com), wrote:

I was recently in Bruges, Belgium and purchased a tapestry that is based on a William Morris/RB-J painting, the name of which I don't know. I was hoping someone might be familiar with it. It is a woman standing with legs slightly bent, looking straight ahead, wearing a blue gown. There is text above and below saying "I am the hand maiden of the earth ..." I'm not sure if this is in the original painting (it's probably the only thing you might be able to identify it with based on my vaque description). Let me know if you recognize it and can tell me the name. Thanks Cheers John

This came from @208.236.123.35 on Wednesday, November 4, 1998 00:29:34



Janet Zanker (jzebra@yahoo.com), wrote:

THANK YOU! I have been searching the web and several book stores. I am looking for information about a painting of Marie Spartali Stillman. Cloister Lilies. I would like to know the model for this painting and her relationship to the artist. I am sure you are curious to why I am interested? It looks exactly like me. I would appreciate any information you might have about this painting, time, place, model... Thank you for you help and for taking the time to assist me in the matter. Sincerely, Janet Zanker

This came from @207.177.60.23 on Wednesday, November 11, 1998 01:00:06



Georgia Pergakis (gjpergakis@hotmail.com), wrote:

I would like to know more information on Penkill Castle, William Bell Scott and Alice Boyd. I had the great fortune of visiting this beautiful sight in Girvan, Scotland and now have many unanswered questions. Georgia

This came from @128.101.23.13 on Wednesday, November 11, 1998 15:18:45



Georgia Pergakis (gjpergakis@hotmail.com), wrote:

I would like to know more information on Penkill Castle, William Bell Scott and Alice Boyd. I had the great fortune of visiting this beautiful sight in Girvan, Scotland and now have many unanswered questions. Georgia

This came from @128.101.23.13 on Wednesday, November 11, 1998 15:19:05



Neil Hart (neilhart@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm doing a piece for coursework on William Holman Hunt's "The Shadow of Death". Is there by any chance any help that you can give me on this piece. I have already scanned it and gotten a digital picture of the piece, but I need soe help on it''s history and interpretation. Many thanks, Neil Hart

This came from @129.11.16.1 on Thursday, November 12, 1998 15:22:37



kelhetter (???), wrote:

This came from @207.96.201.135 on Friday, November 13, 1998 23:38:36



Me... (???), wrote:

I'm doing some school work on the costumes of the pre Raphelites sort of...

This came from @193.63.39.8 on Monday, November 16, 1998 17:07:05



L Pugh (lpugh@compuserve.com), wrote:

I have a print that appears to be "Pandora's box" and signed I believe by John Waterhouse. I am an appraiser and not very familiar with his work. Do you have any information as to where I can locate sales of his prints or where I can locate information about the value of his prints? Thank you for any information you can provide. Your site has been delightful.

This came from @199.174.217.7 on Friday, November 20, 1998 00:36:09



Jim (jimbettymitchell@yahoo.com), wrote:

Where does the original painting "The Return From Calvary" by Herbert Gustave Carmichael Schmalz now hang ? Or any other info would be helpfull TKS

This came from @32.100.244.129 on Sunday, November 22, 1998 19:51:01



Andrea (kroszewa@smail.uni-koeln.de), wrote:

I'm desperately trying to find out who painted the picture "April Love", which is in the Tate Gallery. It shows a woman in a long blue dress, standing in a garden or something. Concerning its style it's similar to Millais "Ophelia", which hangs on the opposite wall. Who did that "Lady of Shalott" picture which hangs next to it? Waterhouse? All help welcome.

This came from @134.95.185.208 on Thursday, November 26, 1998 12:07:06



Ashley Broin (ashley.broin@mailexcite.com), wrote:

Do you have a list of paintings by English artist, Frank Cadagan Cowper, in particular "The Ugly Duckling" painted in Cirencester, England, 1948-1949. It was a portrait of my grandmother.

This came from @206.175.213.244 on Thursday, November 26, 1998 23:01:21



F Hilton (Red30Lake@aol.com), wrote:

There is a superb tapestry by Burne Jones of a Vision of the Holy Grail being granted to Sir ??????. It is part of the grail series of tapestries, Birmingham Art Gallery having one of the full sets. Does anyone know where a print of the Vision can be obtained. I had one years ago but it seems to have dropped out of currency.

This came from @205.188.198.33 on Friday, November 27, 1998 21:10:59



F Hilton (Red30Lake@aol.com), wrote:

There is a superb tapestry by Burne Jones of a Vision of the Holy Grail being granted to Sir ??????. It is part of the grail series of tapestries, Birmingham Art Gallery having one of the full sets. Does anyone know where a print of the Vision can be obtained. I had one years ago but it seems to have dropped out of currency.

This came from @205.188.198.33 on Friday, November 27, 1998 21:11:23



kelhetter (???), wrote:

This came from @207.96.201.108 on Saturday, November 28, 1998 14:06:56



??? (???), wrote:

Mi van?

This came from @193.225.56.132 on Monday, November 30, 1998 15:31:29



Hanna StŲcker (stoecker@zedat.fu-berlin.de), wrote:

Hello, Can you tell me please: What is "The Makins Collection"? Thank you. H. StŲcker

This came from @130.133.216.201 on Monday, November 30, 1998 23:05:36



Georgia Pergakis (preraphaelite@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The International Pre-Raphaelite Society has just been formed! ThIs non-profit Society serves as a clearinghouse for those whose interest in the Pre-Raphaelites is more passionate than academic. There is a quarterly newsletter, contests, exclusive merchandise and special tours. There is also information on the Arts and Crafts movement, as well as incorporating the beauty of this era into our every day life. For more information, send your name and address to: The International Pre-Raphaelite Society PO Box 385232 Minneapolis, MN 55438

This came from @128.101.23.13 on Thursday, December 3, 1998 21:37:04



Georgia Pergakis (gjpergakis@hotmail.com), wrote:

The address for the International Pre-Raphaelite Society is: PO Box 385232 Mpls, MN 55438

This came from @128.101.23.13 on Thursday, December 3, 1998 22:15:03



michelle burrow (???), wrote:

This came from @203.97.32.4 on Friday, December 4, 1998 10:22:55



michelle burrow (burrow@clear.co.nz), wrote:

I have been searching for years for a print of Isabella and the pot of basil. Can you either provide one or put me in touch with someone who can. Your site is a pleasure, yours sincerely,m burrow

This came from @203.97.32.4 on Friday, December 4, 1998 10:26:28



margaret gardner (gardners@tinet.ie), wrote:

I have a book titled Millais's Illustrations, A Collection of Drawings on Wood, by John Everrett Millais, publisher - Alexander Strahan , date 1866. It is a collection of eighty illustrations . I might be interested in selling. Very nice book indeed. Anybody interested ?

This came from @159.134.229.71 on Tuesday, December 8, 1998 22:05:53



Dustin (tandress@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

I'm looking for some artwork by William Shakespeare Burton. Esp. "The Wounded Cavalier". Could you direct me to a picture of it posted on the web?

This came from @12.76.83.150 on Friday, December 11, 1998 07:01:10



Ernie Passarelli (urnturner@AOL), wrote:

I would like to purchase a poster or print of either a nativity scene or the ascension of Mary. Is something like this available through you? If not, can you direct me to a source where it can be purchased. Please respond in either case. Thank you.

This came from @152.163.213.209 on Sunday, December 13, 1998 18:29:16



Laurie (lashebug@aol.com), wrote:

My best friend fell in love with Pierre Auguste Cot's "Springtime" (Le Printemps) while visiting the Met. I can't find any information on him, and no one seems to know about any other paintings he did other than "Springtime" and "The Storm". I'd love any information anyone could provide. Thanks!

This came from @205.188.193.52 on Tuesday, December 15, 1998 09:03:27



Tom (tpham@stevens-tech.edu), wrote:

I remember there was a link from you website that I let me find the paintings of any artist according to their name or year of the painting or the nationality of the artist. I just couldn't find it now. Would you please give me that URL or please show me where is that link on your webpage. Thank you very much, Tom

This came from @155.246.1.108 on Wednesday, December 16, 1998 05:47:09



Jennie Mintz (jmintz@osf1.gmu.edu), wrote:

Do you know of any online Internet sites where I can order cheap posters of John William Waterhouse prints? Thanks.

This came from @207.223.178.154 on Friday, December 18, 1998 22:50:14



tim ashmole (timothyashmole@msn.com), wrote:

does anyone know the whereabouts of Millais' Huguenot on St Bartholemews day and whether the owner would agree to a view?

This came from @193.149.66.207 on Saturday, December 19, 1998 16:12:55



James P. Mowry (jmowry@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm trying to find any prints of Books by or about John Duncan. I have only found the print "St. Bride". Thanks James P, Mowry

This came from @136.142.227.34 on Monday, December 21, 1998 22:25:23



Verchelino (RGFish@concentric.net), wrote:

What does the name Pre-Raphaelite mean? Raphaello lived in the 15th Centrury. So how are these painters Pre?

This came from @207.155.128.43 on Friday, December 25, 1998 05:10:42



Pernas Douradas (pernasdouradas@yahoo.com), wrote:

I would like to know if there is a painting called "Opheliaīs Mirror" . Something done by one of the pre-raphaelites artists. Things stronlgy indicate that is one of Bouguereauīs work. But I am not 100% sure about it. Please, I am also searching for sites that have images of Frank Cadogan and Abbott Handerson Thayerīs works. Any clue will be enormously appreciated. Thank you.

This came from @200.249.243.22 on Sunday, December 27, 1998 04:14:45



Gillian Ng (gillian@nilai.edu.my), wrote:

I have been looking for a picture of the two little angels kissing. Where can I find it cause I want to do a glass panel of the picture.

This came from @202.186.247.11 on Thursday, December 31, 1998 01:52:32



Diana Pace (dipace@dnet.net), wrote:

I am interested in the life of Edmund B. Leighton "The Accolade" Thanks!

This came from @206.102.46.30 on Saturday, January 2, 1999 20:29:16



Antonio Alfredo Guidi (attila@simmnet.it), wrote:

I'm looking for a reproduction of a beautyful painting most probably entitled 'La Mort d'Arthur'painted by James G. Archer Can you help Me? A Desperate North-Italian

This came from @195.223.34.196 on Saturday, January 9, 1999 13:52:52



John (joygrant@telenet.net), wrote:

This came from @208.20.85.141 on Sunday, January 10, 1999 00:21:02



John (joygrant@telenet.net), wrote:

I am in search of 'The Censer', artist unknown. From Amsterdam,N.Y. -just after 12Th Night.

This came from @208.20.85.141 on Sunday, January 10, 1999 00:27:15



David Chapman (ddc@ibm.net), wrote:

I would love to have a good, hi-res image of Leighton's Nausicaa. Can anyone help me, please?

This came from @129.78.64.5 on Tuesday, January 12, 1999 06:23:33



juanita (jkenn83746@aol.com), wrote:

Who is the artist? I have a romantic print of a dark-haired woman dressed in a flowing gauze-like dress seated on a marble bench inscribed with the letters - M.ALL on her right and Q on her left. She holds in her left hand a septre topped with a pine cone. To her right are a couple descending stairs. The background is a blue sea. I feel in love with it the moment I saw it and would like to see more from this artist. I also have another print of the same type but I know the artist and am looking for the title. This print involves seven characters. They are dressed in flowing clothing and are seated and standing in an open air marble courtyard. The two girls on the left are seated. The middle of the picture depicts two girls and a man leaning face forward against a chest high wall. The other two ladies are carrying baskets of flowers and are passing behind them. I know the artist on this one is Tedema but what is the title of the print and what are they doing?! thanks for your help!

This came from @152.163.204.76 on Wednesday, January 13, 1999 22:23:56



Hugh Gilbert (Hugh@mailbox.co.uk), wrote:

I am interested in finding the approximate value of paintings by Arthur Hughes. I know his work is not often on the market, but when it is what kind of prices does his work command? If you can help, or direct me to a suitable link, I would be very grateful. Thank you Hugh

This came from @195.82.121.92 on Thursday, January 14, 1999 21:44:21



sara (sarosa@zip.com.au), wrote:

Auguste Cot?tell me about his life and era and style.Thank you

This came from @203.12.97.5 on Friday, January 15, 1999 15:13:31



Heather Comstock (hcomstock@prodigy.net), wrote:

I was interested in getting more information on PRB women. Particularly, the models. I wanted to find out specifically the name of the model that sat for several different pieces. Any help would be greatly appreiciated.

This came from @166.72.222.77 on Friday, January 15, 1999 23:16:55



Debi (dixieint.com), wrote:

I am looking for the painting "Take your son, Sir" I believe it was painted by W.H. Hunt. Is there a good source of pre-raphaelite information here in the U.S.?

This came from @206.133.170.44 on Sunday, January 17, 1999 04:22:24



Scott (sandklafreniere@prodigy.net), wrote:

A friend of mine has a charcoal copy of "The Storm" which was done in 1897 by C.G Howenstein the size is around 22 x 51 inch. I am trying to find out information about him. Would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help me. THANKS!!

This came from @209.156.111.30 on Sunday, January 17, 1999 14:56:09



Paula Harris (paula@pjharris8.freeserve.com.uk), wrote:

Do you know anything about a painting of a boy peeping around a door or a boy and a dog, not much to go on I.m afraid!!!

This came from @195.92.194.17 on Monday, January 18, 1999 00:36:02



Jo Lewis (jlewis@tarmac.co.uk), wrote:

I am very lucky as I live quite near to The Tate Gallery in London I just cant tell you what a thrill it is to be able to set off for the day and view for hours the beautifull Pre-Raph. paintings, they really put me on a high. Nice to know so many others enjoy it too! Best Regards Jo

This came from @195.171.131.142 on Tuesday, January 19, 1999 14:38:28



Henry Stewart (henrycstewart@msn.com), wrote:

Looking for a print by Herbert Schmalz called "The Return From Calvary", copyright 1904, Louis Wolff & Co., London. Sole importer-Hugo Guttmann in USA & Canada

This came from @153.37.243.9 on Tuesday, January 19, 1999 20:03:35



Sir James (sirjames@kode.net), wrote:

Hello I've been looking on the net for 2 pictures by a artist by the name of Leighton (not the one that did flaming june) Advocate and Godspeed If you no where I could find them I would be very grateful

This came from @209.69.113.245 on Wednesday, January 20, 1999 20:26:07



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @212.228.101.136 on Thursday, January 21, 1999 00:05:39



Aleya Hoerlein (aleyahoerlein@hotmail.com), wrote:

Who painted the painting in the Louvre art gallery in Paris, that is of Shakespeare's Ophelia? There are more than one there I beleive. All I know is that I saw one in 1996 and fell in love with the beautiful greenish blue hues and the light cast on the figures lifeless face. Is there anyway to find the artists name and a picture of it to see if it's the same? I would greatly appreciate it.

This came from @208.136.227.45 on Saturday, January 23, 1999 01:46:49



Mary (i_am_turtle@yahoo.com), wrote:

Wow.... I really like some of these paintings!

This came from @198.188.11.91 on Saturday, January 23, 1999 20:23:35



Sheila Zeune (mzeune@compuserve.com), wrote:

I love this art ! I wondered if someone could tell me where the original painting is called 'Captive Andromache' by Leighton. I have a photogravure of it but have not seen the color version so to speak. Thanks Sheila

This came from @199.174.185.62 on Sunday, January 24, 1999 20:50:08



Marianne (grannine), wrote:

Hello, I'm looking for a nice online image of the painting "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs", also called "Helelliland and Hildebrand" painted by Frederick William Burton (1816-1900). Any tips to online sites, or the name of the museum that houses it would be a great help. Many Thanks, : ) grannine@webtv.net

This came from @209.240.200.81 on Monday, January 25, 1999 03:02:45



Cathleen (cahannigan@hotmail.com), wrote:

I just bought a painting of "The Swing" by Pierre Auguste Cot. Could you tell me anything about this artist? What a gorgeous painting!! I'm in love :)

This came from @207.127.78.79 on Monday, January 25, 1999 20:16:22



Greg (???), wrote:

For those of you interested in purchasing oil-on-canvas reproductions of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, visit Design Toscano at http://www.aaweb.com/toscano. Note that this web page is excruciatingly slow, and is out-of-date from their most recent catalog. Reproductions for sale include "Sappho", "Flaming June", "Meeting on the Turret Stairs", and "Lady of Shalott". Give them a call and order their catalog. Our catalog arrived with a 10% coupon off our first order. We just purchased "Sappho". It is the same size as the original by Mengin, framed with a plaque displaying the piece name, artist name and dates. We just absolutely love it! -Greg

This came from @206.32.221.66 on Monday, January 25, 1999 20:51:59



Suzanne Trenter (Suzanne.trenter@ntu.ac.uk), wrote:

Why does no web page seem to honour the paintings by Evelyn de Morgan. Just becasue she's a woman? She painted the most mystical and fantastic pictures! Please could you tell me where I might find some. Thanks Suz

This came from @152.71.16.233 on Tuesday, January 26, 1999 12:28:45



Rose Kirkpatrick (rkirkpat@earthlink.net), wrote:

I'm looking for prints that are suitable for framing of the various Lady of Shalott paintings. I already have the Waterhouse version so am looking for the other PreRaph versions! Thanks, Rose

This came from @208.254.200.108 on Friday, January 29, 1999 07:09:20



Scott Thomas Buckle (Scott.Buckle@lga.gov.uk), wrote:

For Debi at dixieint.com - the painting "Take your son, sir" is by Ford Maddox Brown and is in the Tate Gallery in London. It can be found at their website at http://www.tate.org.uk/coll/caphtm/n04429_l.htm

This came from @195.50.86.115 on Friday, January 29, 1999 11:22:27



lisa schwitters (lisamarie34@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am very new to the subject of Pre-Raphealite art but ever since I first saw a print of Sophie Anderson's I have become completely entranced. The only information that I have found about her is on the webmajik web site. Are there any other sources of information? I also would like to locate an original. Thanks for any direction that you can point me in.

This came from @205.245.112.52 on Monday, February 1, 1999 04:46:16



Art (strife6975@aol.com), wrote:

1) Who painted Shakespeare's Ophelia, from hamlet? 2) What is the name of the painting that Anthony van Dyck made, of a man on a horse, around 1637-1638

This came from @171.210.248.223 on Tuesday, February 2, 1999 01:31:06



Leigh (ricci_1@usa.net), wrote:

Hi, I'm looking for any JPG's or (hopefully) prints of paintings by Thomas Cooper Gotch ... eg "Alleluia" or "The Child Enthroned". Can anyone help? Thanks for a beautiful page on the Pre-Raphs.

This came from @195.102.200.168 on Wednesday, February 3, 1999 20:26:31



Chris D (cd8964@bristol.ac.uk), wrote:

I'm looking for a 1897 painting by Philip Burne-Jones (Edward's son), called "The Vampire".Is there any chance you know any relative links? Cheers. C.D.

This came from @137.222.31.39 on Monday, February 8, 1999 10:45:20



Carin Keller (Carin35253@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone know of a site that would provide biographical info on Edmund Blair Leighton ? Have been searching for some time now ! I 'd really appreciate it

This came from @205.188.198.26 on Tuesday, February 9, 1999 05:25:43



Carin Keller (Carin35253@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone know of a site that would provide biographical info on Edmund Blair Leighton ? Have been searching for some time now ! I 'd really appreciate it

This came from @205.188.198.26 on Tuesday, February 9, 1999 05:25:55



Katrina (???), wrote:

I am looking for a painting that depicts two or three women that are lounging on a marble-like structure that is round. They are sitting or laying on the ledge. Their style of dress is similar to Flaming June with the flowing gowns, except they are white or a pale color. The painting is bright with white or pale blue colors. If any one has any ideas! Thanks

This came from @153.36.233.30 on Saturday, February 13, 1999 17:16:35



Katrina (kslane@utdallas.edu), wrote:

I am looking for a painting that depicts two or three women that are lounging on a marble-like structure that is round. They are sitting or laying on the ledge. Their style of dress is similar to Flaming June with the flowing gowns, except they are white or a pale color. The painting is bright with white or pale blue colors. If any one has any ideas! Thanks

This came from @153.36.233.30 on Saturday, February 13, 1999 17:19:01



WebMagick (curator@webmagick.demon.co.uk), wrote:

New at WebMagick!

Check out WebMagick's Message Board at http://www.webmagick.co.uk/forum/

Features include threaded topics and a preview option when posting messages.

This came from @194.168.120.188 on Saturday, February 13, 1999 18:15:18



Graham Gibbs (grim@grim61.co.uk), wrote:

Does anybody have any information, family, diaries, books, personal,knowledge upon Frank C Cowper. A painting of giunivere paticularly but anything relating to the Artist.

This came from @195.92.194.105 on Sunday, February 14, 1999 16:43:12



Graham Gibbs (grim@grim61.co.uk), wrote:

Does anybody have any information, family, diaries, books, personal,knowledge upon Frank C Cowper. A painting of giunivere paticularly but anything relating to the Artist.

This came from @195.92.194.105 on Sunday, February 14, 1999 16:43:23



Graham Gibbs (grim@grim61.co.uk), wrote:

Does anybody have any information, family, diaries, books, personal,knowledge upon Frank C Cowper. A painting of giunivere paticularly but anything relating to the Artist.

This came from @195.92.194.105 on Sunday, February 14, 1999 16:43:36



Erin Galloway (RebelBell8@aol.com), wrote:

I have found a lot of good prints of Pre-Raphaelite on the web, such as Barewalls, but there are a few no art gallery seems to have to sell that I really want. They are: Lamia (1905 version) by Waterhouse, Two Crowns by Dicksee, The Order of Release by Millais, and Chivalry by Dicksee. If you have any idea where I could find any or all of these to buy, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

This came from @152.163.201.47 on Thursday, February 18, 1999 05:25:11



Petter (jony_llama@hotmail.com), wrote:

who painted the dying Ophelia in Hamlet?

This came from @192.121.83.147 on Friday, February 19, 1999 15:24:59



Katrina (katrina.hill@unilever.com), wrote:

Does anybody know who bought the painting of Dolce Far Niente by John William Godward in 1995. Was it sold to a private collector or a gallery. If a gallry, does anyone know where, and can it be viewed? Many thanks

This came from @194.120.163.5 on Thursday, February 25, 1999 15:27:26



Werner Low (WLow@caribiner.com), wrote:

I have a print by an artist named Boderhausen, dated 1883, Munich, which I would classify as Pre-Raphaelite. But I've been unable to find any information on this fellow. Any suggestions?

This came from @207.122.52.231 on Friday, February 26, 1999 04:11:27



d.elliott (d.elliott@cwcom.net), wrote:

I have a watercolour, supposedly by Maria Spartali Stillman. It is a "close-up" of 3 angels, with one holding lillies. On the reverse of the painting is the ttile "They also serve who only stand and wait" (taken from Milton). Can anyone help on how I might verify the authenticity of this picture? how can i find a catalogue of paintings by her? I'm new to this @net thing, so bear with me...

This came from @195.44.0.224 on Monday, March 1, 1999 14:12:35



Timothy J.Fallon (cgftjf@aol.com), wrote:

I am trying to locate the painting I may have seen at the Chicago Art Museum several years ago perhaps titled Spartan Boys or Youth by Edward ? Any hints. Thank you.

This came from @205.188.200.33 on Wednesday, March 3, 1999 01:32:35



Timothy J.Fallon (cgftjf@aol.com), wrote:

I am trying to locate the painting I may have seen at the Chicago Art Museum several years ago perhaps titled Spartan Boys or Youth by Edward ? Any hints. Thank you.

This came from @205.188.200.33 on Wednesday, March 3, 1999 01:32:46



Mark (???), wrote:

I am looking for a print of King Aurther and the Knights of the Round Table, Knights, and English castles and such. Can you help??

This came from @128.215.10.10 on Thursday, March 4, 1999 14:55:15



Fulingen (fulasf@hotmail.com), wrote:

Is there a painting of the Bard by one of the Pre-Raphaelites, and if so where can I find a picture of it and some info about on the internet. /Best Regards Fulingen

This came from @130.244.78.242 on Thursday, March 4, 1999 18:46:55



j Crosbie (jmcrosbie@aol.com), wrote:

This came from @205.188.200.39 on Friday, March 5, 1999 06:24:06



j Crosbie (jmcrosbie@aol.com), wrote:

Family oil painting of a barefoot girl drinking from a wall fountain. A exact description of this painting is referenced in a fiction novel (author unknown). Anyone have any info??

This came from @205.188.200.39 on Friday, March 5, 1999 06:26:45



kimberly truitt (kimberly.truitt@gte.net), wrote:

I am looking for Edmund Blair Leighton's painting "Alain Chartier." Can anyone help? I own "The Accolade," and "Godspeed" and I have found "Tristan . . ", "Call . . ", and "Stiching . ." Are there any more of the Medeval nature I am still unaware of?

This came from @208.255.148.25 on Sunday, March 7, 1999 01:46:31



Betty (???), wrote:

This came from @207.172.38.217 on Sunday, March 7, 1999 05:46:49



betty (bittenhand@erols), wrote:

an searching for info on Hernando G. Villa, LA Calif, who illustrated LITTLE TALES OF THE DESERT by Ethel T Foster, 1913. If you don't have info, can you suggest some other places to search. Have only had one 'hit' on web search and one serindipitous 'hit' on and antiquing-type t.v. show. Thanks in advance b.y.

This came from @207.172.38.217 on Sunday, March 7, 1999 06:03:40



Robert Kane (arkane@oldwest.net), wrote:

Where can I find info on John Pettie's "The Vigil" Edmund Leighton's "Avalon" John Waterhouse's "La Belle Dame sans merci" and Frank Dicksee's "La Belle Dame sans Merci" ??? Thank you

This came from @205.253.70.188 on Sunday, March 14, 1999 00:03:44



ron kwestroo (rbow@tenex.com.au ), wrote:

hi there

This came from @203.43.76.168 on Tuesday, March 16, 1999 01:36:37



Helen (helen206@yahoo.com), wrote:

I would like to know the residence of a painting by Lord Leighton, Frederic entitled "Lovers intimate embrace" A picture of this painting is posted at Lycos. Thank you kindly

This came from @128.59.47.94 on Tuesday, March 16, 1999 21:44:18



Helen (helen206@yahoo.com), wrote:

I was glad to find pictures of some paintings by De Breanski, Alfred Jr. at http://www.art.com/artgallery/ Would anyone help me finding the where about of his painting entitled "Country Garden"? Appreciate your help.

This came from @128.59.47.94 on Tuesday, March 16, 1999 21:46:54



langkau (gol@iisg.nl), wrote:

I look for biographical data of maria spartali-spillman

This came from @194.13.64.53 on Wednesday, March 17, 1999 12:35:53



norine (nortab@coupeville.net), wrote:

I want a print of J.W. Waterhouse ariadne help

This came from @208.240.198.111 on Tuesday, March 23, 1999 05:12:02



norine (nortab@coupeville.net), wrote:

I want a print of J.W. Waterhouse ariadne help

This came from @208.240.198.111 on Tuesday, March 23, 1999 05:12:10



norine (nortab@coupeville.net), wrote:

I want a print of J.W. Waterhouse ariadne help

This came from @208.240.198.111 on Tuesday, March 23, 1999 05:12:21



norine (nortab@coupeville.net), wrote:

I want a print of J.W. Waterhouse ariadne help

This came from @208.240.198.111 on Tuesday, March 23, 1999 05:12:30



Jen Lane (jenlane@onlinemac.com), wrote:

I am searching for a painting which I think is Pre-Raphealite. I think it is called "The Enchantress" or possibly "The Green Enchantress" it looks a lot like a Waterhouse or Rosetti and features a woman pouring a large shallow bowl of green liquid down into a river in which she stands. Help, I cannot seem to find the book I had with this in it! Thanks! Jen Lane

This came from @204.200.26.251 on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 02:47:59



C.Boynton (c.boynton@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

Where exactly is the Makins Collection? London, I assume. Do they have a web page or a direct e-mail?

This came from @12.79.13.248 on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 02:57:26



B Hirasaki (bhirasaki@scs4u.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on Elihu Vedder for a research paper. I have found what appears to be the three main reference books about him and his works, but need futher articles and information. Anything would be useful to me.

This came from @208.227.209.14 on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 04:39:09



Atalia V. (atalia46@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello there; My question is where can I purchase oil paintings by Lord Leighton

This came from @171.133.216.5 on Friday, March 26, 1999 13:57:07



Atalia V. (atalia46@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello there; My two question's are where can I purchase oil paintings by Lord Leighton? Or How can I get a specific color catalog only about his oil paintings?

This came from @171.133.216.5 on Friday, March 26, 1999 14:00:22



minnie (mdzine@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi there. I'm looking for a painting..I thing it is called "Angel by the sea" It is featuring a woman looking into a big oyster shell with a baby inside. I know it is a Raphaelite or pre-Raphaelite painting. I would be grateful if you could give me a link on where I can find it.

This came from @205.217.141.83 on Wednesday, March 31, 1999 17:54:03



Damian Qualter (sales@tuscanyfinearts.com), wrote:

Does anyone know a Pre Raph artist called Beatrice Gibbs?

This came from @158.43.128.104 on Saturday, April 3, 1999 10:56:30



Kim (kimnrod@crosslink.net), wrote:

I am looking for any information on a tapestry called "The Storm" by Pierre Cot. It has been in my family for years. It is an original. Any ideas on how much it may be worth, would be a great help. Thank you, Kim

This came from @207.199.168.157 on Monday, April 5, 1999 03:47:14



Lunnal (Atlanticstar@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm looking for anyone who might know who did a painting of a peacock. I know it was a pre ralphalite member. I just can't remember which one. Your help would be greatly appreciated! Lunnal

This came from @204.50.58.189 on Friday, April 9, 1999 20:09:41



charlene (bullyack.primus.com), wrote:

Hi, I've recently bought a large print of Edmund Blair Leighton's "The Accolade." Out of curiostiy, I was wondering what the other print (that pairs up with The Accolade)is called, as I saw the same print in the same webpage under two different names. One was called "A lady's favour" the other "God Speed" - can you clarify this?? - Thanks for your time

This came from @203.134.0.100 on Saturday, April 10, 1999 14:21:10



Tommee Gaster (auntkittee@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for pictures of King Aurther of Camelot, his first night Lacelot or his Queen Lady Gweneveir.... I am really interested in anything about this actually and I would appreciate it if you could help me find something...... thank you

This came from @205.148.206.146 on Sunday, April 11, 1999 20:05:29



rebekah regan (becregan@hotmail.com), wrote:

Iam studying waterhouse,my favourite artist,for a major final year art assignment.i am focusing on my "miranda the tempest"(1916),"Lady of sharlott"(1888)and "circe invidiosa"(1892),my favourite of his works.if anyone has any information on these works or a personal interpretation i would love to hear from you.no expertise required!my adress is becregan@hotmail.com

This came from @202.61.245.76 on Monday, April 12, 1999 09:17:10



Lowell Nichols (lgnj69@yahoo.com), wrote:

Do you know any of the following people: Bob or Robert stillman Richard McClain Kerry McClain John or Rusty Wyyrick or Wyrick All of these people are in the Tulsa, OK area

This came from @199.245.164.176 on Friday, April 16, 1999 19:15:51



carole Werner (marbles@pathway.net), wrote:

This came from @208.231.49.78 on Sunday, April 18, 1999 02:06:18



carole Werner (marbles@pathway.net), wrote:

I have litho of a ol'man sitting with a grand piano is the front scene the rear scene is very active muriel of numerous actions by either viking/norsemen with ladies in hefty weight, I've been tol by several that picture depicits German or French taste. I do know that it is one of a kind from non less than very special. If a photo is requested I will make arrangements. Sincerely CJ

This came from @208.231.49.78 on Sunday, April 18, 1999 02:12:04



??? (???), wrote:

THANKS ALL THREE OF YOU, I am in a quest You are just into being RUDE

This came from @208.231.49.78 on Sunday, April 18, 1999 02:14:00



Anthony Weaver (aw7511@bris.ac.uk), wrote:

I am currently researching a information for a thesis on Arthurian literature. I am particularly interested in the resurgence of interest in the Arthurian legend during the pre-raphaelite movement and was wondering whether anyone had any useful information as to why this occurred and who were the main exponents of the genre.

This came from @195.92.197.59 on Sunday, April 18, 1999 19:59:56



carol galway (carol.galway@nf.sympatico.ca), wrote:

how many paintings were done by Frederick (Lord)Leighton for the return of persephone? This painting was entered into the Fine Arts Society at the Library of Cogress in 1892.

This came from @209.128.34.1 on Monday, April 19, 1999 00:14:53



Kimberly (enckk@ssu.southwest.msus.edu), wrote:

I was wondering if you could tell me the actual size, the original and present function, and the original and current location of Adolphe- William Bouguereau's painting "Temptation". Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @12.2.6.40 on Monday, April 19, 1999 01:16:55



Julia Revelle (JimRevelle@Juno.com), wrote:

I have a print by Herbert Schmalz dated 1904. The title of this print is "The Return from Calvary". Do you have any information on the history and value of this print?? Your response would be appreciated. Thank you.

This came from @207.115.62.41 on Tuesday, April 20, 1999 04:50:35



Scott (smj63@aol.com), wrote:

Hello. I have a print titled "Return to Calvary" by Herbert Schmalz printed by the Lewis Wolff & Co. London W. can anyone tell me anything about this print? I cannot seem to find any information about it and am very curious. Thank you in advance for your help. Please e-mail me if you know anything about the print. As an added question, does anyone know a painter by the name of Jessie Mathews. I recently bought a painting by him and also cannot find anything about him either.

This came from @152.204.227.217 on Tuesday, April 20, 1999 06:34:09



Rachel W (rwoodwar@online.emich.edu), wrote:

hi. i am trying to do a paper for an arthurian literature class, comparing 19 century art to the Fisher King (the 1992 movie) i have a couple prints for my paper, do you know of others, specific to either tennyson's Idylls or Malory's Morte? these are the ones i have: "Guenevere" W. Morris "The sleep of the king in Avalon" E. Burne -Jones "The Beguiling of Merlin" E. Burne-Jones many Lady of Shalott 's "Sir Galahad" George Frederick Watts thanks. -R

This came from @164.76.188.47 on Wednesday, April 21, 1999 02:39:12



Kate (katelyndadams), wrote:

What are some examples of medeaval art in cathedrals, castles ect.... Thank you much! Kate

This came from @158.222.33.36 on Friday, April 23, 1999 04:24:40



Kate (katelyndadams), wrote:

What are some examples of medeaval art in cathedrals, castles ect.... Thank you much! Kate

This came from @158.222.33.36 on Friday, April 23, 1999 04:25:06



M Dillman (faerielf@plaidworld.com), wrote:

in response to Kirsten Phipps, I believe I saw that Bouguereau "Temptation" at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts last week. If you search for they're website, and go to the arts coneected link you should be able to find it. I do believe that they have prints available

This came from @199.17.110.202 on Saturday, April 24, 1999 02:12:16



Mere (???), wrote:

in response to KIMBERLY http://www.ArtsConnectEd.org/uia-bin/uia_doc.cgi/query/8?uf=uia_fNIyrk Temptation is at the Minneaplois Insitute of Art, 1880, oil on canvas and is 39 by 52 inches. I couldn't tell you the original location or function, but that's where it is now, across the room from a gorgeous Millais. I saw it last week, and it's really quite beatiful (can't even see the brush strokes!) I'm sure if you go to they're website, you should be able to find if they have a print (which i think they do) they also have a drawing by Bourgereau and Millias and a painting by Leighton.

This came from @199.17.110.202 on Saturday, April 24, 1999 02:26:41



Mere (???), wrote:

in response to KIMBERLY http://www.ArtsConnectEd.org/uia-bin/uia_doc.cgi/query/8?uf=uia_fNIyrk Temptation is at the Minneaplois Insitute of Art, 1880, oil on canvas and is 39 by 52 inches. I couldn't tell you the original location or function, but that's where it is now, across the room from a gorgeous Millais. I saw it last week, and it's really quite beatiful (can't even see the brush strokes!) I'm sure if you go to they're website, you should be able to find if they have a print (which i think they do) they also have a drawing by Bourgereau and Millias and a painting by Leighton.

This came from @199.17.110.202 on Saturday, April 24, 1999 02:27:14



joanne (joanne.ballenger@virgin.net), wrote:

there is painting in the tate gallery,with the other pre raphelite paintings that is of women bathing in a roman bath and i would like to know its title and the artist who painted it Thank You.

This came from @212.250.195.120 on Saturday, April 24, 1999 18:12:14



Lynette (SLA3319R@BOSTON.AC.UK), wrote:

Dear Everyone, I'm doing a personal study on Burne-Jones; the formal and visual qualities of his paintings, the symbolism they contain, and the influence of the poetry of Rosetti and Alfred Lord Tennyson upon his work. COuld anyone help me out with some information?? I would especially like stuff on how the poetry influenced the paintings, and how I should interpret the scenes-the significance of who was in them, what they're doing, and the colours he used. Hope that's not too much!!!!!!!!!

This came from @194.83.58.175 on Monday, April 26, 1999 10:20:21



mabs (mabs@arcadia56.freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

it's not a question just an amendment, the Lady of Shalott was not blinded by looking at the object of desire BUT died from looking at him.

This came from @195.92.197.53 on Tuesday, April 27, 1999 20:17:34



Jim Diderich (bonjeanp@soltec.net), wrote:

We have a 100+ year old print by Dicksee we believe is entitled "Lillian". Anyone know where the original is?

This came from @206.148.209.170 on Tuesday, April 27, 1999 22:05:09



Nusrat Khan (nusratk@u.arizona.edu), wrote:

This is a very good site! May I use some of the pictures on my web page?

This came from @128.196.51.110 on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 05:05:28



Alison (JuliaThorn@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for artistic representations of Morgan Le Fey, preferably done by Pre-Raphelite artists to use as a basis for a costume. My search thus far has been fruitless. Can anyone give me any assistance?

This came from @204.210.226.199 on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 17:52:13



Alison (JuliaThorn@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for artistic representations of Morgan Le Fey, preferably done by Pre-Raphelite artists to use as a basis for a costume. My search thus far has been fruitless. Can anyone give me any assistance?

This came from @204.210.226.199 on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 18:33:31



bob farrell (hrld@intergate.bc.ca), wrote:

Hi: I stumbled across a web page which contained a review of the last exhibited pre-Raphaelite painting exhibited. This was astonishingly late. I thought I had bookmarked this page, I had not. Does anyone know of this page. Bob

This came from @209.52.161.194 on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 20:50:31



Amanda (foxie_loxi@yahoo.com), wrote:

I'm looking for some information on Pierre Auguste-Cot. Any help i could get would be appreciated. I'm also kinda interested in why everyone is so fasinated by his painting "the Storm" i like Le Printemps a whole lot better.

This came from @205.130.17.73 on Thursday, April 29, 1999 01:09:34



Katelynd (katelyndadams@yahoo.com), wrote:

I need a picture of a medeval helmet, do you have one?

This came from @158.222.33.64 on Thursday, April 29, 1999 02:40:06



Mere (faerielf@plaidworld.com), wrote:

Morgan le Fay: I think Evelyn de Morgan and Frederick Sandys each did one. Medieval helmet: try Burne-Jones's "Rock of Doom", and "Briar Rose series" You can't see much detail, but that's all I can think of. Lynette: Gah! try asking an art historian:) If you need halp interpreting colors scemes and scenes perhaps you should ask an artist or post your specific questions on the webmagick message boards.

This came from @199.17.81.1 on Thursday, April 29, 1999 07:51:21



iseral peterson (na), wrote:

i am 17 and i am gay and im looking for a man can you help me?

This came from @204.113.91.2 on Thursday, April 29, 1999 21:27:58



Mary Nelson (aperdat@sjm.infi.net), wrote:

How can I find information about the American artist Hernando y Villa who designed the "Chief" for the Santa Fe Railroad? Thanks

This came from @206.101.190.195 on Saturday, May 1, 1999 18:11:03



Caitlin Cannon (OnyxFideal@aol.com), wrote:

For the love of God, does anyone have a copy of John Ruskin's famous defense of the Pre-Raphaelite painters that appeared in the London Times on May 13th, 1851? Thanks! Young Scholar

This came from @207.69.18.100 on Monday, May 3, 1999 01:04:01



David Burkam (dtburkam@umich.edu), wrote:

Most/many of everyone's questions seem to be about availability of (pre-raphaelite) prints, I can't help anyone with that. However, I am lucky enough to have collected a personal library of over 60 volumes of monographs, biographies, and critical studies relating to the larger pre-raphaelite movement. And the latent librarian in me can't help but offer some information from time to time.... Suzanne -- You asked about Evelyn DeMorgan. She is certainly under- exposed, due in large part to her sister's tight administration of her estate. The only biography of Evelyn, written by this same sister (WILLIAM DEMORGAN AND HIS WIFE, by A.M.W. Stirling, 1922), is easy to come by (search on www.bookfinder.com). At last, there is a monograph devoted entirely to her: EVELYN DEMORGAN OIL PAINTINGS, (1996) available from the DeMorgan Foundation (or try bookfinder). Lynette -- You asked about a deeper understanding of Burne-Jones' works. The massive MMA monograph published in conjunction with the large touring exhibit is a must-have for any serious Burne-Jones afficionado. It's entitled, BURNE-JONES VICTORIAN ARTIST-DREAMER. Lavishly illustrated, with wonderful text! Caitlin -- Rushkin's review of the early pre-raphaelite movement was a much-needed public show of support. After 2 short letters to the Times, he wrote the longer pamphlet, PRE-RAPHAELITISM, that can sometimes be found in collections of his other writings. I had to search around for a while to actually find an affordable copy to purchase. But it is out there! The full text runs 44 pages in the one copy I have (although some "pre-raphaelite readers" often include excerpts along with critical pieces). But check your local library. Over the last year, several of you have asked about Simeon Solomon -- a tragic figure in his real life. Works about him are scarce (although many books mention him). THE VISION OF SIMEON SOLOMON (1984, by Simon Reynolds) tells briefly of his life, offers 80 plates, and includes his lyric short story, A VISION OF LOVE REVEALED IN SLEEP. The author made reference to a full- length biography being written by a Lionel Lambourne, alas, the book never seems to have appeared. Oh, and anyone who wants a great read, check out Gay Daly's PRE-RAPHAELITES IN LOVE (1989) -- a wonderful look behind the paintings of Rossetti, Millais, Hunt, & Burne-Jones. Enjoy!

This came from @166.90.236.114 on Tuesday, May 4, 1999 06:49:20



sylvia (sylviak@globaltrav.com), wrote:

There's a painting in the Louvre, I think it's called something like, "Lady in the Lake". I purchased a print in the museum gift shop and promptly left it on a train. I cannot find anything on the internet about it. I don't know who the artist is either. To describe the painting, it's a young woman lying in a shallow pool of water and she has a faint halo over her head. It's a pretty dark painting. I'd be very appreciative of any help. Thanks.

This came from @216.64.142.54 on Tuesday, May 4, 1999 21:42:25



David Burkam (dtburkam@umich.edu), wrote:

The painting is by Delaroche. You might try contacting the Louvre and see if they would ship you another copy of the poster.

This came from @166.90.228.30 on Wednesday, May 5, 1999 00:21:00



Ellen Winson Meyer (ewmeyer@madison.tds.net), wrote:

I am searching for 19th Century Victorian / PRB paintings dealing with Jewish themes, particularly Jewish women. Does anyone know if Simeon Solomon's sister Rebecca painted any Jewish themes? Thanks!

This came from @204.71.148.66 on Friday, May 7, 1999 07:50:32



David Burkam (dtburkam@umich.edu), wrote:

Ellen -- There seems to be even less information available about Rebeccac Solomon than her brother, Simeon. By the way, Simeon executed many drawings and painting on Jewish subjects (e.g., "The Mother of Moses," " Ruth, Naomi and the Child Obed," "The Anguish of Miriam," and "Judith and her Attendant Going to the Assyrian Camp"), many of which are reproduced (mostly black & white, I'm afraid) in Reynold's THE VISION OF SIMEON SOLOMON. Jan Marsh reproduces Rebecca's watercolour, "The Wounded Dove," in her book PRE-RAPHAELITE WOMEN, but it's not a good image (nor is it Jewish in theme). Rebecca served as one of Millais' studio assistants and is mentioned only in passing in Reynold's book. In Williamson's MURRAY MARKS AND HIS FRIENDS (Marks was a London art dealer and collector, and good friend of the Solomons), it says: "Rebecca, his sister, a handsome gipsy, merry at times and deep in depression at others, was a very attractive woman. High-spirited and gay, she resented constraint of any sort, and despite all efforts of her friends, of whom we know Marks was not one of the least; she gave herself up to a life of excitement and merriment, with unfortunately the usual result. She, also painted one celebrated picture, "Peg Woffington visiting Triplet and his Famishing Household," and numerous other works, exhibiting at the Royal Academy very often, and in all, at that and other exhibitions, about forty works. They were marked by skilful, sound drawing, and bold, good coloring, and this praise is deserved, for she was at one time in Millais' studio as a copyist and drapery painter, and all her life a student of his work. Several times those who knew Rebecca did their utmost to save her from trouble, but it was of no avail, she would not be constrained by any laws that were in the way of her pleasure. A short life and a merry one, was her motto, and, as she added to her other abilities that of consuming any quantity of alcohol without, at the moment, any ill effect, the result may be guessed. She died in 1886." You can see why the whole Solomon family (with 3 painters in all!) would be a wonderful subject for a biography/monograph.... But I don't have any idea where to try and track down reproductions of her work. Good luck!

This came from @166.90.229.54 on Saturday, May 8, 1999 00:31:55



Julie (snackattack@snack30.freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

I have purchased a print from a Athena shop whick I liked very much. the print is called "The Accolade". The artist is given as EDWARD BLAIR-LEIGHTON. Is this correct or should it be EDMUND BLAIR-LEIGHTON? Or are they the same person? Thankyou Julie.

This came from @195.92.194.78 on Sunday, May 9, 1999 14:27:05



Pirotess (elvengirl21@hotmail.com), wrote:

Will someone please email me a pic of Mengin's "Sappho"? I need it for a project...

This came from @209.246.135.34 on Sunday, May 9, 1999 18:20:56



henry dakak (don_corleon98hotmail.com), wrote:

This came from @195.194.186.97 on Sunday, May 9, 1999 20:13:03



henry dakak (don_corleon98hotmail.com), wrote:

pre-raphaelites in modern life

This came from @195.194.186.97 on Sunday, May 9, 1999 20:13:40



david kipen (kipend@sfgate.com), wrote:

anybody know where i can find a pic of millais' the sower online, preferably in the public domain? thanks david

This came from @209.179.130.193 on Monday, May 10, 1999 22:04:18



Sj (Sj@esjay'freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

Julie - It is/should be Edmund Blair Leighton, without the hyphen. You can see this and some of his other pictures on the Webmagic site - www.webmagick.co.uk/prcoll if you do a search on his name :> I'd be keen to know if anyone knows where I can find some biographical details on him, myself...

This came from @195.92.194.103 on Tuesday, May 11, 1999 15:04:46



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @194.83.58.160 on Wednesday, May 12, 1999 14:04:17



Lynette (thelovedoctor@altavista.net), wrote:

Could anyone help me with some information on Edward Burne-Jones, especially the influence of the poetry of Rossetti and Tennyson upon his work. I also need help with figuring out some of the symbolism in his paintings, such as what the people, flowers and landscape may represent. Hope someone has some ideas!!!!

This came from @194.83.58.160 on Wednesday, May 12, 1999 14:38:19



David Burkam (dtburkam@umich.edu), wrote:

Lynette -- There have been dozens of books (and tens of thousands of written pages) discussing the relationship between Rossetti and Burne-Jones, and the influence of Tennyson's poetry on the entire late 19th century art world. I mentioned a couple of days ago the massive new book (BURNE-JONES, VICTORIAN ARTIST-DREAMER). Go to any bookstore or library, and it's sure to be there! If there were a particular painting you were curious about, i could be more specific, but such a broad question necessitates a reference. Furthermore, during the 19th century, quite a complicated flower symbology ("language of flowers") developed. While there were many systems, the basics were fairly similar: FOR EXAMPLE -- red rose = "i love you"; a red rose + white rose = "i love you silently"; willow = "i am forsaken"; white lily = "purity"; pansy = "thought"; a broken flower + a pansy = "adieu, but remember me". Bouquets had various meanings, and even the gestures: touching the flower with the lips = "yes"; pinching off a petal and casting it away = "no". Flower "dictionaries" were quite popular, and lovers would write back in forth in flower-code. No wonder the pre-raphaelites (and the victorians in general) filled their paintings with blossoms!

This came from @209.244.88.138 on Thursday, May 13, 1999 02:42:02



Roxana (tm@neptune.net), wrote:

I am trying to find a poster print of "The Crystal Ball" by JW Waterhouse. I would like it to be around 12" by 15" and cannot find it. Lewis & Park offered it but is indefinitely "out of stock", and Glastonbury Romantics only offers it in 8" by 12", little bigger than a piece of paper. If anyone knows a place to purchase this, please let me know! Thanks, Roxana

This came from @164.67.22.143 on Saturday, May 15, 1999 00:26:19



K. Petersen (saintsnsinners@foxinternet.net), wrote:

I am hoping to find a framing sized (10x14 or so) reproduction of Edward Robert Hughes' Twilight Fantasies. Can anyone help me find a site or store that has this particular painting? Several places have Hughes, but I haven't found Twilight. thanks, K. Petersen

This came from @208.8.211.76 on Saturday, May 15, 1999 01:43:46



Theresa Muir (tmuir@email.gc.cuny.edu), wrote:

People who want to find information about artistic subjects should just go to their school or public library, and ask their librarian about the CD-ROM versions of RILA, the Art Index, the Arts and Humanities Index, and the Avery Index. These are quick and easy ways to get citations of books and articles on the subjects you want, and you will always know where to go to find material.

This came from @146.96.128.10 on Sunday, May 16, 1999 01:41:57



sara whittier (sww4161@wclsc.edu), wrote:

Can anyone find any information on Sidney Metyard (1868-1947)?

This came from @146.86.23.185 on Thursday, May 20, 1999 00:55:43



Davina Harrison (davina@slam.org), wrote:

In what city is the Pre-Raphael Trust located?

This came from @207.40.206.140 on Thursday, May 27, 1999 19:00:01



Russ Federman (FedermanR), wrote:

I have recently discovered that I have an original oil by Frederick William Burton titled "Chiddingstone Village". Its title is displayed on a bronze title plate positioned at the bottom of its frame. I have already learned that the painter lived from 1816-1900 and some of his works are on display at the national Gallery of Ireland. Might you be able to shed any additional light for me on this painter and the potential value of the painting. I am also interested in knowing how I would have a piece of art such as this professionally appraised and how I would identify potential resale markets. Thank you in advance for any assistance provided.

This came from @150.216.50.126 on Thursday, May 27, 1999 23:11:26



Earl Higgins (earlhiggins@earthlink.net), wrote:

I am a first time visitor and have been asked by an artist friend to help him find a work by Pierre Auguste Cot.I believe the title is Le Pritemps(?).Can you please help us find it.Thank you

This came from @154.5.149.138 on Friday, May 28, 1999 01:34:14



Earl Higgins (earlhiggins@earthlink.net), wrote:

I am a first time visitor and have been asked by an artist friend to help him find a work by Pierre Auguste Cot.I believe the title is Le Pritemps(?).Can you please help us find it.Thank you

This came from @154.5.149.138 on Friday, May 28, 1999 01:38:00



Marie Madelaine (Nijinska@aol.com), wrote:

I'm not entirely postive this artist falls into the category of Pre-Raphaelite, so forgive me if this is not the right forum. I'm looking for any information on Hippolyte Flandrin or the painting 'Naked Young Man by the Seaside', painted in 1855. Who was the model, and is there a story to it? Thank you.

This came from @152.163.232.19 on Friday, May 28, 1999 16:55:01



Evelyn Ansell (offex@iinet.net.au), wrote:

I would like to obtain a print of the painting "Juliet" by Thomas Francis Dicksee. I believe the original is in the Sunderland Art Gallery (who are not on-line). Can anyone help please ?

This came from @203.14.174.3 on Saturday, May 29, 1999 11:02:30



Katherine J Silvester (silvek2@rpi.edu), wrote:

I am trying desparately to get a print of Lord Frederic Leighton's "Maid with the Golden Hair" for a friend. Does anyone know where I can order it online? Is it owned privately or is it in a gallery somewhere?

This came from @128.113.29.171 on Monday, May 31, 1999 01:48:30



Naomi Chambers (NaomiChamb@aol.com), wrote:

Hi! I just found your question page through a serch engine but how do I get to your main page? I am interested in fining the third print by E. Blair Leighton that goes with the Accolade and the other one where the knight is leaving on horseback. I saw the third one once but I don't know the title. Also what is the title of the other one I mentioned? I am also looking for a sight with more info on Leighton and his works.Thanks! Naomi

This came from @152.163.201.183 on Saturday, June 5, 1999 17:53:03



Neci (moon_childe13@yahoo.com), wrote:

Hi! I've spent the last couple of months in search of a catalog company that offers prints of Pre-Raphaelite posters. I'm at my wit's end. If anybody knows where I can purchase Pre-Raphaelite posters, pray tell. Thank you all! neci

This came from @209.30.116.159 on Sunday, June 6, 1999 04:35:54



Kathy (katsvo@traderoutesnw.com), wrote:

Am looking for two copies of "Ariadne" by John Waterhouse. Would greatly appreciate any information on where or how to find. Thank You!!

This came from @12.17.128.225 on Sunday, June 6, 1999 18:13:54



Alice (Alicekate@aol.com), wrote:

I need to know about Pierre Auguste Cot... he painted Le printemps (springtime) and The storm. What era was he? Realist? Romantic? any info on him or his style would be great. thank you.

This came from @152.163.204.192 on Sunday, June 6, 1999 18:17:57



Sally Wilkins (SEDWilkins@aol.com), wrote:

Hi! A couple of years ago I wrote an article for LIGUORIAN magazine about pictures of Jesus. I mentioned William Holman Hunt's "Light of the World" and a photo of the Oxford painting was used as an illustration. Since then several people have asked why it's not the "Light of the World" they're familiar with, meaning of course the one in St. Paul's. I'd like to write one of those "from the author" letters to explain, but I don't want to publish a fiction as truth and I'm not entirely sure I have the story straight--hope someone out there does. As I recall someone of stature (king? archbishop?) saw the Oxford painting and commissioned Holman Hunt to do a "copy" for St. Paul's. Is this accurate? And are the differences between the paintings a result of his 1) studies in the Holy Land? 2)natural progression of his art (or possibly his loss of skill due to age--I don't know if one is considered superior to the other)? or 3) unwillingness to just do a copy? or 4) did he not do the second painting, and if so who did? Thanks ever so much for your help! Sally Wilkins (New Hampshire)

This came from @152.163.207.71 on Monday, June 7, 1999 12:35:28



Kristen (wheelygrl7@hotmail.com), wrote:

Where can I see those Pre-Raphaelite paintings?!?

This came from @153.34.101.200 on Sunday, June 13, 1999 19:52:57



Anne newton (anewton@home.com), wrote:

This is for Mary who is intensely interested in Sidney Meteyard. I have an 1893 Book of Pictured Carols;designed by members of the Birmingham School...there is an illustration designed by Meteyard.. "Three Damsels in the Queen's Chamber"

This came from @24.64.223.4 on Tuesday, June 15, 1999 23:09:49



Jerry Alcorn (Alcorn55@keynet.net), wrote:

I would like any information on the artist Herbert Schmalz or a source for reproductions of his works.

This came from @206.221.235.108 on Wednesday, June 23, 1999 16:24:08



Fabien GERGES (f.gerges@rmcnet.fr), wrote:

A few years ago , I did a piece of research on "The representations of Christ by Willliam Holman Hunt". So if anyone needs some information I'd be quite happy to help them. For the moment, I am considering doing some research into Simeon Solomon's work. Could anyone tell me if anything has been written on him so far - such as a biography for instance. Besides, where could I find a ocmplete list of his works ? Where are they exhibited. Thank You.

This came from @212.208.228.26 on Thursday, June 24, 1999 22:05:22



Mary (kmwhite@neumedia.net), wrote:

My husband's father brought a picture of Esmeralda by DeForest at an estate sell in 1934. It appears to be 8 by 10 is in a very old wooden frame. She has on a yellowish-gold dress low cut and has long wavy hair. The word esmeralda is either typed or stamped at the center bottom of the picture. I would appreciate any info. on this. Thanks! Mary

This came from @208.192.18.234 on Tuesday, June 29, 1999 17:59:21



Nicole (coleslaw@email.unc.edu), wrote:

I recently came accross a painting on the Internet that I believe is by John William Waterhouse. Unfortunately, there is no information on the painting on the web site and my searches have not been successful. The address is: http://www.knowyourfate.com/weavercraft/costumes/a-ladies.html. The painting is of a woman seated wearing a blue dress. If anyone has any information regarding the painting I would love to hear from you! Thanks in advance, Nicole

This came from @204.189.162.93 on Saturday, July 3, 1999 18:25:49



Margarita Palmqvist (margaritapj@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello! I would like to know if there are any god wed-sites where you can see some of the paintings made by Pierre Cot (the guy who made "The storm") and also some more similar paintings made my other artist. Please help me!!

This came from @62.20.204.116 on Saturday, July 10, 1999 20:59:51



Margarita Palmqvist (margaritapj@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello! I would like to know if there are any god web-sites where you can see some of the paintings made by Pierre Cot (the guy who made "The storm") and also some more similar paintings made my other artist. Please help me!!

This came from @62.20.204.116 on Saturday, July 10, 1999 21:00:06



L. J. Vasell (Praise 626@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have been looking for a painting called "Love Among the Ruins" by Edward Burnes-Jones for about 6 years. Does anyone have access to a print or picture of this painting? I saw a print of this in a friend's home a number of years ago and it has deep meaning for me. Thank you, L. J. Vasell

This came from @151.197.127.160 on Monday, July 12, 1999 03:44:07



Justin Tomac (jtomac@emersonvent.com), wrote:

How many different Accolades by Edmund Leighton are there? I have seen two and am told that there are a couple more.

This came from @12.13.102.5 on Monday, July 12, 1999 21:53:27



Donna M Du Molo (dmdum@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am trying to find out any information on Charles August Mengin. The only thing I can find is the one picture-SAPPHO from 1877. I am interested in the man himself, his life, his family, his background. Also, I would like to see other works he has done. If you can help in any way I would be very thankful.... even if can provide a source, that would be great... Thank you. Donna D.

This came from @206.187.222.149 on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 19:34:58



Jennie Brooks (jcbrook@ibm.net), wrote:

I am looking for information about the English painter Herbert Carmichael (formerly Schmalz). ANy information is appreciated. I am also interested in the value of his work. THis is approximate since my Aunt does not know the name of the painting she has. Thanks

This came from @32.101.32.209 on Thursday, July 15, 1999 00:07:40



Olivier (thebaud@citi2.fr), wrote:

hello ! Euh I'm french and my english is bad ... Excuse me please... My question: I want to find the painting : Sappho from Mengin, Charles August

This came from @193.51.82.63 on Thursday, July 15, 1999 11:31:37



Sharon Brock (dbrock1@flash.net), wrote:

I have an antique print of an Hernando Villa picture. It features two women under a tree, one seated and one standing, with mountians in the distance. It reminds me of Maxfield Parish but is darker. Can anyone tell me the name of this picture and if it might be worth anything? Thank you in advance for any help.

This came from @209.30.48.84 on Thursday, July 15, 1999 18:42:45



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @209.63.112.91 on Friday, July 16, 1999 11:42:01



Richard (ratkey@telusplanet.net), wrote:

Hi: I have what appears to be an early print (lines not dots) of Little Miss Muffet which is dated in the late 1800's with the name Millais on it. It has been handed down within the family for some time now and I would appreciate it if anyone could tell me if such an item has any value. Thanks

This came from @142.94.67.215 on Tuesday, July 20, 1999 00:26:37



Cindy Schmidt (cindys@thomastravel.net), wrote:

I have received in the past year some postcards with painting by Louis Wain. I really would like to know more can you fill me in, I can not seem to find anything out about his work. Thank you.

This came from @198.247.214.198 on Tuesday, July 20, 1999 22:55:35



Elke Matheussen (w.van.loo@skynet.be), wrote:

Hi, I am looking for pictures of two paintings by Arthur Hughes, both named 'ophelia', one of which is also known under 'and he will not come back again' (1864), the other is from 1852. I would be very grateful if you could provide me with some urls wher I could find them. Elke

This came from @195.238.27.134 on Wednesday, July 21, 1999 21:58:05



peter hayes (petehayes@bigfoot.com), wrote:

I would be most grateful for any information about Frampton. He painted the chancel arch of my church in Walsall and we are trying to have the painting restored

This came from @212.250.64.51 on Thursday, July 22, 1999 00:23:20



Sara (Free_soul_female@hotmail.com), wrote:

I deeply love this kind of paintings, myself, I DRAW them too. Is there another genre where the female body is the main topic ? Could you give me some more information about 'the lady of Shallot' ? Can you reccomend other good sites including these arts ? Thankyou, I appreciate this :)

This came from @195.130.132.50 on Thursday, July 22, 1999 10:12:04



sandy lopez (bb10k@velocity.net), wrote:

I was wondering if anyone knows of any books on john william waterhouse that contain pictures of him. I love his paintings and would like to see what he looked like at different stages of his life. thanks-sandy

This came from @208.31.6.31 on Friday, July 23, 1999 05:42:33



steve (mor_co@kos.net), wrote:

I have a painting that appears to have the signature: J Millias in the bottom left hand corners of this painting. It is of a rich german family's children. I was wondering what his signature authentically looks like so that i might compare the two to see if this is a real Millias painting. Where can i find a signature (on the internet perhaps) to compare. thanks in advance, i hope you can help, steve

This came from @216.208.89.154 on Tuesday, July 27, 1999 00:49:02



steve (mor_co@kos.net), wrote:

I have a painting that appears to have the signature: J Millias in the bottom left hand corner of this painting. It is of a rich german family's children. I was wondering what his signature authentically looks like so that i might compare the two to see if this is a real Millias painting. Where can i find a signature (on the internet perhaps) to compare. thanks in advance, i hope you can help, steve

This came from @216.208.89.154 on Tuesday, July 27, 1999 00:49:20



??? (???), wrote:

Where can I find William Williamson paintings on the web?

This came from @134.174.248.113 on Wednesday, July 28, 1999 22:44:11



??? (???), wrote:

Where can I find William Williamson paintings on the web?

This came from @134.174.248.113 on Wednesday, July 28, 1999 22:44:20



Tammy Cheung (tcheung@postnet.com), wrote:

Pierre Auguste Cot, he did The Storm and The spring. Did he do more,where are the org. Did he do more.

This came from @209.96.3.188 on Saturday, July 31, 1999 18:35:30



angie (awqawq@hotmail.com), wrote:

we have a picture by a painter named Pierre-August Cot. there is not much information about him. the name is THE STORM. please help with anything you can tell me.

This came from @162.114.104.197 on Tuesday, August 3, 1999 20:44:45



Ann Walker (ann@walkerls.demon.co.uk), wrote:

I'm researching the life of Ellen Heaton, a patron of Turner, Rossetti, Inchbold and Arthur Hughes. John Ruskin advised her on her commissions, and they were regular correspondents for several years. Gabriel Dante & Christina Rossetti and Elizabeth Barrett Browning also wrote to her. Ellen's house is now part of Swarthmore Education Centre in Leeds, a voluntary sector registered charity, where I work. We would be grateful for any sources of information about Ellen Heaton, including the whereabouts of her letters, which we believe were sold at Sothebys in the 1960s. Thanks.

This came from @195.11.50.207 on Wednesday, August 4, 1999 00:03:08



Kate Lambert (voodoodoll35@hotmail.com), wrote:

what was the name of Renoirs Wife and did he have children? if so some info on them if you could. you see im doing a project on Renoir and these are just some of my unanswered questions. Ask jeeves refered me to you if you cant help thats alright, thanx anyway luv kate P.s some info on Renoir would be nice *S*

This came from @210.84.72.77 on Friday, August 6, 1999 07:35:35



Ophelia (ophelia_the_one@hotmail.com), wrote:

Is there anywhere on the web where I can find information on the artist Rob D.? I recently bought The Matrix Soundtrack and his song on it, "Clubbed to Death (Kuruyamino Mix)", was so good it almost made my cry. Anyway, IÝve been searching all over the web and I can't find anything on him! Could you maybe find out if this guy is for real and where I can find a website about him?

This came from @131.165.209.122 on Friday, August 6, 1999 14:33:01



T. Laurie (mbu 2261 @aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for the Sappho print. I wanted to order it for someone very special for their 50 birthday. Would appreciate any help u might lend. Thanks.....

This came from @205.188.199.38 on Monday, August 9, 1999 04:57:16



Jennifer (jarje02@accpac.com), wrote:

About two years ago I heard an interesting story while visiting London's Highgate cemetary. The guide showed us the grave of Rossetti's wife(or was it his sister? there's part of my question), and explained that his wife had finally died after many years of mistreating herself, all because of her jealousies over Rossetti's models. Apparently, in a fit of remorse, Rossetti sealed up a series of previously unpublished poems in her grave. Two years later, however, he recanted, dug her coffin up, retrieved the poems, and had them published. The guide told of how, as legend had it, over the two years, the woman's red hair had continued to grow until it filled the coffin. My question is, I could swear the name on the grave was Christina Rossetti, but isn't that his sister? Can anyone verify this story or does anyone have more information about it?

This came from @209.0.28.180 on Monday, August 9, 1999 21:45:02



ArtMagick @ www.artmagick.com (mail@artmagick.com), wrote:

Some answers to the questions asked above:

If you're looking for information about a particular artist, an excellent starting point is Artcyclopedia.

ArtMagick: Click here to follow your dreams of decadence!

This came from @209.63.113.44 on Thursday, August 12, 1999 03:19:36



Lydia Turbert (MT47@aol.com), wrote:

My mother has two pictures that she found under some loose floorboards many years ago. They are superbly made in some kind of fine silk embrodrey, obvously very old. They are "Beques of Catherine" and Le Printemps" signed PA Cot Any ideas?????

This came from @205.188.193.33 on Sunday, August 15, 1999 05:13:40



juan jaramillo (jjarami@supernet.com.co), wrote:

hi i want to thank you for this page itīs great i would like to know where can i find a calendar about pre rafaelitas or WATERHOUSE THAKS JUAN

This came from @63.71.206.141 on Monday, August 16, 1999 01:48:13



ao (dargon_k9@hotmail.com), wrote:

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This came from @203.154.196.253 on Thursday, August 26, 1999 07:13:11



Jessica (jessica@jwproductions.com), wrote:

If anyone knows if in fact there are two versions of Lord Leighton's "Nausicaa" one which is simply entitled "Nausicaa" - the other "Nausicaa from Homer's Ulysses" please let me know. I cannot decide if the scans are of a unequal quality, or if someone labeled one or the other incorrectly or he actually or did two or more versions of this lovely image.

This came from @208.245.80.38 on Friday, August 27, 1999 18:05:37



Stella (sbagency@sprynet.com), wrote:

I have learned that the Fine Art Photographic Library Ltd., in London owns the copyrights to the Burne-Jones image of "The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon," 1894, and that Museo de Arte in Pureto Rico owns the copyrights to "Arthur in Avalon" or sometimes called "The Last Sleep of King Arthur." Is there anybody who can give me a telephone number, email addres or mailing address for either of these? Greatly appreciated and thank you. Stella

This came from @165.121.33.86 on Monday, August 30, 1999 20:33:30



gloria wheeler (???), wrote:

I want to know about E.H. Stannerd an artist who painted a picture in 1894

This came from @198.85.214.22 on Monday, August 30, 1999 23:46:38



Karen (tkhoeven@ihug.co.nz), wrote:

I am very new to this subject so please forgive my ignorance! I have a print called "Aphrodite Between Eros And Himerus" by Sir William Blake Richmond". I would appreciate if someone could recommend me a print to accompany this as I am not having much luck here in NZ. I have heard that there was an accompanying print to this but have been unsuccessful in finding out any further. I would love to have some more prints along similar lines - any suggestions? Many thanks.

This came from @203.109.252.15 on Tuesday, August 31, 1999 04:07:19



Steven Blake (steveb@javanet.com), wrote:

I am trying to find a print I once saw in a movie. Unfortunatly I do not remember the movie or the name of the painting. The painting is of a woman dressed in some sort of gown. She is lying in a brook with her arms outstretched, half of her body is in the water. In the movie a woman recreates the painting by dressing like the woman and taking a photogragh of herself. I would appreciate any info. Thank you.

This came from @209.94.150.110 on Wednesday, September 1, 1999 03:46:09



Kevin Mitchell (k_r_mitchell@hotmail.com), wrote:

Do you have any info on Penkill Castel, Scotland where the Pre-Raphaelites (well some of them) painted a mural around a spiral staircase?

This came from @212.140.76.76 on Wednesday, September 1, 1999 14:30:01



Jeff & Christina Archer (jca@texhoma.net), wrote:

What can you tell us about Auguste Cot? We have recently purchased two prints entitled: "The Storm" and "Spring," and looked on the internet to purchase others by this artist, and found none. Are the two mentioned works the only available? We are redoing our room in Cot and "pre-raphialite", any suggestions concerning either. We appreciate your site and your comments. FYI: I could find no biography on Cot anywhere on the net. Thanks

This came from @38.195.237.214 on Thursday, September 2, 1999 04:09:00



Willy Adriaensen (willy.adriaensen@village.uunet.be), wrote:

I am desperately seeking a biography about the artist Aki Kuroda.

This came from @212.190.17.110 on Thursday, September 2, 1999 19:02:23



lauren watson (lauren.watson@talk21.com ), wrote:

have you got any info on turner and stubbs ?

This came from @195.8.82.160 on Friday, September 3, 1999 17:56:26



Calista (cardial@cougar.netutah.net), wrote:

Where on the internet can I find a copy of Burne-Jones painting "The Briar Rose"?

This came from @209.197.23.33 on Saturday, September 4, 1999 05:48:13



Donna (RDDLJ@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

I am trying to locate a downloadable image of J.W. Waterhouse's Pandora's Box.

This came from @12.77.80.122 on Sunday, September 5, 1999 02:51:17



bob (bblackwell@photographics.co.uk), wrote:

I would like to know about Pre-Raphaelite paintings on the subject of the Athurian Legends, particularly the Grail Legend and Parsifal

This came from @195.102.201.186 on Wednesday, September 8, 1999 15:06:50



barbara (barbara.vinesi.@tesoro.it), wrote:

It's very beautiful site. These pictures are enchanting.Thank you very much for lovely sensation that these pictures gave me

This came from @195.103.126.2 on Wednesday, September 8, 1999 15:12:43



Nat (bugs_333@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am doing an A-Level personal study on the different ways in which Waterhouse depicted the poem 'The Lady of Shalott' by Tennyson. I would appreciate any information, sites and books that may help. Thanks

This came from @194.238.50.7 on Thursday, September 9, 1999 10:44:56



Elizabeth Fodor (Elizabeth.Fodor@Nick.com), wrote:

What exactly are the distinguishing features about being a Pre-Raphaelite painter?--What was their goal?

This came from @166.77.209.195 on Thursday, September 9, 1999 20:25:08



Sandra (lady_twi@yahoo.com), wrote:

No question-- just wanted to let you know this is a really great website. Good job! --A huge Pre-Raphaelite fan

This came from @192.100.55.111 on Thursday, September 9, 1999 22:02:46



Marina Lopez (Andreslopez@prodigy.net), wrote:

I need the name of a painting I viewed at: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Agora/9573/ It's a beautiful picture, if you can help me, I would greatly appreciate it.

This came from @209.156.13.33 on Monday, September 13, 1999 15:53:38



Gary Stegman (thesteg@mailcity.com), wrote:

I am looking to get prints of two paintings by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. They are "Night" and "Day" I cannot find them anywhere. Please help. Reply via e-mail

This came from @38.38.93.192 on Tuesday, September 14, 1999 03:19:29



Robert Rutherford (moonshinepub@usa.net), wrote:

How do? Wonderful site. I am seeking an image depicting a slain lamb. I seem to recall it showing a lamb on the ground, with blood issuing from a slit in its neck. I don't believe it had a background. It's obviously a religious painting, why else would we want to look at a dead animal? But it was well executed and evocative.

This came from @199.227.90.233 on Wednesday, September 15, 1999 14:15:20



Glenn Bowley (gbowley@snet.net), wrote:

Has anyone ever seen a print offered of William Rimmers "The fall of the day" sketch? I have tried locating one on the web but have not had much luck locating one. Any help or information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! Glenn

This came from @208.207.31.130 on Wednesday, September 15, 1999 20:35:14



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @38.26.163.151 on Thursday, September 16, 1999 04:29:06



Alicen Hogan (alicen@usa.net), wrote:

I'm looking for any/all work which features Pegasus, preferably without Bellerephon. Any help would be greatly appreciated

This came from @192.223.207.84 on Thursday, September 16, 1999 18:51:31



Jen (LeefyCDrgn@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a piece that I believe to be entitled "The Death of Ophelia." It has her lying in an icy lake. If anyone knows the painter, or where I could find it, please let me know. Thanks.

This came from @152.163.207.183 on Thursday, September 16, 1999 21:59:49



Leasa Veldhaus (lveldhaus@seidata), wrote:

Ihve a print of Herbert Schmalz, (I guess of a painting named Return from Calvary). Date is 1801. The copywright is done by Hugo Quttnann N. Y. Courious to see what is worth and who the man is that done the painting. If anyone has any info ,I sure hope you would like to share it with me.

This came from @208.15.172.247 on Friday, September 17, 1999 20:17:31



Faye (faye@parasgroup.com), wrote:

Anyone happen to know where on the net I can see Atkinson Grimshaws "Elaine" ? I have searched but with no success

This came from @205.214.32.167 on Friday, September 17, 1999 23:22:59



Faye (???), wrote:

OK. found it now. http://www.webmagick.co.uk/prcoll/death/ is great!

This came from @205.214.32.167 on Friday, September 17, 1999 23:50:08



James J. Trombetti (buffuno@iglou.com), wrote:

I have quite an old reproduction of a painting that is titled "Hope". It has the figure of a girl leaning over with a lute and a white blindfold around her head. I have been curious as to it's artist and or history.. I know it is not much to go on but if you are familiar with the painting, please e-mail Thanks

This came from @204.255.238.139 on Saturday, September 18, 1999 04:01:13



James J. Trombetti (buffuno@iglou.com), wrote:

I have quite an old reproduction of a painting that is titled "Hope". It has the figure of a girl leaning over with a lute(harp) and a white blindfold around her head. I have been curious as to it's artist and or history.. I know it is not much to go on but if you are familiar with the painting, please e-mail Thanks

This came from @204.255.238.139 on Saturday, September 18, 1999 04:01:28



AMBER (HOTMAIL), wrote:

WHO DO I LOVE?

This came from @204.185.0.6 on Tuesday, September 21, 1999 21:50:05



Sarah maeder (smaeder@ufl.edu), wrote:

I am looking for prints by Pierre August Cot. The only ones I can seem to fimd are :"The Storm" and "Le Printemps". Does any one know of any other work by him. Thank You

This came from @128.227.26.150 on Wednesday, September 22, 1999 02:09:23



A Poet (in response to Amber's plaint), wrote:

Who do I Love? Thou lovest the trembling lip which dares to whisper thy name to the breeze; Thou lovest the saddeníd eye which droppest thy vision in a tear; Thou lovest the racing heart which echoes evíry beat of thine; Thou lovest all of me, Amber, yet only when I reflect thee. 22 IX 99

This came from @195.50.86.115 on Wednesday, September 22, 1999 15:31:45



Andreas Billqvist (Andreas.Billqvist@entom.slu.se), wrote:

This concerns a Burne-Jones reproduction I once happened upon. As I remember it was an image of a nun entering a courtyard from her cell. From the heavens a downpour of stars was occuring. Does anyone have info as to the title of this piece, when it was painted and where it might be found in print? Many thanks for any tips. It has not been included in the albums of Burne-Jones work I have been consulting in attempts to relocate it.

This came from @130.238.111.6 on Wednesday, September 22, 1999 20:46:26



Martin Lynch (mlynch@tianet.com), wrote:

Hi ive got a patinting "The Boyhood of Raliegh" by Sir J E Millais and i was wondering if it is of any value? Where can i find out info about this? Thanks martin

This came from @195.92.194.13 on Thursday, September 23, 1999 19:33:07



Aimeanna (ahigbee@mountainwest.net), wrote:

Might someone tell me where I could purchase a print of Frederick Lord Leighton's "Clytie"? Many thanks for your time, Aimeanna

This came from @207.179.52.70 on Friday, September 24, 1999 05:11:10



jennie (crby92785), wrote:

where r some websites on navajo sand panting

This came from @205.213.108.104 on Friday, September 24, 1999 22:05:55



Amy L. Zeuli (yrock@newulmtel.net), wrote:

Dear Friend in art; I am looking to buy prints of G.F. Watts, in particular one I saw at the Tate Gallery in London entitled, The Creation of Eve, I checked with the gallery and they had no prints. I wanted to ask if you knew of where I could find such a print or other less popular G.F. Watts prints. With Warm Regards, Amy

This came from @209.32.248.56 on Saturday, September 25, 1999 03:13:06



Beth (marybeth@gobi.com), wrote:

My brother has a painting called The Return to Calvary by Herbert Schmalz - 1904. He was wondering if it is of any value or ir it has any history. Thanks for your help!

This came from @206.173.19.81 on Monday, September 27, 1999 02:25:51



Connie (FIREGRL46@aol.com), wrote:

do u think u could possible send me some pictures of how the people dressed in medeval times...that is if u have any...i need to find some pictures because i am doing a project for my theatre class in high school and it would really help me if u have any pictures that u could send me....thanks alot... FIREGRL46

This came from @205.188.197.182 on Tuesday, September 28, 1999 03:51:43



deepa sewpaul (deepa@barrysworld.co.uk), wrote:

hello I was wondering if you may be able to help me I am doing My art mock Gcse on Hidden meaning And I wondered if you had any pre raphaelite painting with skulls,Lilly, crows and the lady of shallot I have many of there prints however none of the above things included in it So if you can could you please send me some pictures of them as it would be a great help if you are unable to then don't worry about thank you merry xmas deepa sewpaul

This came from @195.40.200.4 on domingo, 26 diciembre 1999 07:25:21



??? (???), wrote:

Where can I find information of Thomas Simpson?

This came from @195.95.45.88 on martes, 28 diciembre 1999 06:28:51



Mercedes Rodrigo (ranitas_de_colores@yahoo.com), wrote:

Iīm looking for pictures or web sites about John Duncan.

This came from @195.235.225.143 on miércoles, 29 diciembre 1999 20:45:42



Samantha Humphrey (samantha@epeespice.com), wrote:

I was looking at a book on Waterhouse earlier this evening, and there was a black and white of a painting, which, I believe, was called "Marianna Goes South". Perhaps not "goes", but something else. I want to find it!! Can you help?

This came from @24.6.36.159 on miércoles, 29 diciembre 1999 23:36:40



Samantha (samantha@epeespice.com), wrote:

I found it! "Mariana in the South". One of the other Pre-Raphaelites has a "Mariana" as well. Who was this Mariana?

This came from @24.6.36.159 on miércoles, 29 diciembre 1999 23:53:28



??? (pam68@uswest.net), wrote:

Are you from Middleriver MD.

This came from @207.225.90.96 on jueves, 30 diciembre 1999 01:24:15



??? (pam68@uswest.net), wrote:

Are you from Middleriver MD.

This came from @207.225.90.96 on jueves, 30 diciembre 1999 01:24:35



Sharon (Nix@sharon2.demon.co.uk), wrote:

I have the print of Edward Blair Leighton "The Accolade" and I am trying to find out about the print and what was the meaning of the painting in the first place. I know it comes from the Lady and The Knight. But could you please email me some information about this painting and the artist Thank you I would very much appreciate this.

This came from @194.222.99.7 on jueves, 30 diciembre 1999 15:10:32



Sharon (nix@sharon2.demon.co.uk), wrote:

I have acquired a lovely print of Edward Blair Leightons "The Accolade". Please could you let me know what it meaning and the story behind it. I know it is from The Lady and The Knight but that is all. I would reaaly appreciate it thank you.

This came from @194.222.99.7 on jueves, 30 diciembre 1999 15:12:42



Ron (drstone@ptd.net), wrote:

I stumbled on this page by happenstance!! I have been looking for years for a print of "The death of Socrates" Can you help?? Ron

This came from @204.186.53.239 on domingo, 2 enero 2000 18:24:51



Jane (g.vt@virgin.net), wrote:

Does anyone know when the de Morgan Foundation allows public viewings of Evelyn de Morgan's paintings?

This came from @194.168.236.40 on lunes, 3 enero 2000 16:04:37



Janine Micallef (micaljf@aol.com), wrote:

I recently purchased a small, black & white, Pre-raphaelite print of FIRE FANCIES by Arthur Hacker (London 1891). I would very much like to find a copy of the same print in color but am not having any luck finding one. Anyone out there have any ideas?

This came from @152.163.197.58 on lunes, 3 enero 2000 20:25:24



C. Matthews (cmatth9894@aol.com), wrote:

I saw a pair of paintings at the Birmingham museum in England last fall as part of the Preraphealite exhibit. The subject matter was "Who Killed Cock Robin?" and "The Death of Cock Robin" (I believe). I want to know who the painter was and where I might find prints of these paintings. Thanks to anyone who can help.

This came from @205.188.199.151 on martes, 4 enero 2000 13:27:43



MAG (Vgond@Yahoo.com), wrote:

Where can I find the picture of Sir Galahad painted by George Frederic Watts, painte in 1862? I need this for a class, and also any information on this painting. Thanks, MAG

This came from @207.229.241.77 on miércoles, 5 enero 2000 11:09:43



luna (selah@mweb.co.za), wrote:

BEFORE I ASK MY QUESTION, I WOULD JUST LIKE TO COMMENT YOU ON THIS GREAT WEB SITE. I LOVE THIS ART PERIOD. I AM A ARTIST MYSELF AND SEE THESE ARTISTS AS MY MENTORS. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY BOOKS AVAILABLE ON THE LEGENDS THAT INSPIRED THESE ART WORKS. IF SO, PLEASE GIVE ME THE NAMES AND AUTHORS THAT YOU KNOW OF. FOR INSTANCE, THE LEGEND OF CUPID... THANX

This came from @196.2.153.7 on jueves, 6 enero 2000 08:42:37



Angelica (liliths_childe@darksites.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where I can find a print of Cowpers La Belle Dame Sans Merci? I have finally found out that the original is in a private collection in London, but can not locate any copies of it! My goal has always been to have all three copies (Cowper, Diksee, Waterhouse) of theis wonderful painting. I personally think that Cowper's is the best of the group. Any information is gratefully appreciated. Please email me!! ~~Angelica liliths_childe@darksites.com

This came from @208.5.186.3 on viernes, 7 enero 2000 15:44:33



Linda Hargraves (LHargraves@Prodigy.net), wrote:

I picked up an old sketching of an artist named Margaret Kane. Do you know of her work?

This came from @209.254.20.115 on domingo, 9 enero 2000 11:15:51



darla beckworth (djjd@htcomp.net), wrote:

i would like any information on a painting of flowers by g.guidi i hope someone will be able to help me. thank you, darla

This came from @208.35.66.9 on lunes, 10 enero 2000 22:56:22



Ines (gowriesj@bigpond.com.au), wrote:

does any have any information on an artist - Boderhausen, mid to late 1800's who produced at least some reverse paintings on glass thanks

This came from @203.54.90.110 on miércoles, 12 enero 2000 00:29:02



Orlando G. Carino (TRYGSUS@webtv.net), wrote:

Would you happen to have any posters or pictures of Jesus Christ For sale?

This came from @209.240.200.81 on miércoles, 12 enero 2000 23:17:32



??? (???), wrote:

what are the top 10 deadly virus's in the world?

This came from @216.154.51.159 on jueves, 13 enero 2000 10:55:54



Graham Keates (@hotbot.com), wrote:

Am trying to trace a picture entitled(I think)Saturday Afternoon. Can anyone help, Name of artist,which location etc etc. Many thanks.

This came from @159.15.128.3 on jueves, 13 enero 2000 12:32:10



Meredith Iqbal (meiq@intermediatn.net), wrote:

Does anyone have information on the life and paintings of Euphrosyne Stillman, the daughter of the Pre-Raphaelite painter, Marie Spartali Stillman? Marie was a model for Rosetti and others and also seems to have a lot of her own works listed for viewing, but I, so far, do not find anything about her daughter, "Effie", who was also a painter. I would like to know about Effie's life, when she died, and see what she painted. I would appreciate any information on her. Thanks.

This came from @208.7.210.235 on viernes, 14 enero 2000 13:46:43



Meredith Iqbal (meiq@intermediatn.net), wrote:

Does anyone have information on the life and paintings of Euphrosyne Stillman, the daughter of the Pre-Raphaelite painter, Marie Spartali Stillman? Marie was a model for Rosetti and others and also seems to have a lot of her own works listed for viewing, but I, so far, do not find anything about her daughter, "Effie", who was also a painter. I would like to know about Effie's life, when she died, and see what she painted. I would appreciate any information on her. Thanks.

This came from @208.7.210.235 on viernes, 14 enero 2000 13:47:01



Meredith Iqbal (meiq@intermediatn.net), wrote:

Does anyone have information on the life and paintings of Euphrosyne Stillman, the daughter of the Pre-Raphaelite painter, Marie Spartali Stillman? Marie was a model for Rosetti and others and also seems to have a lot of her own works listed for viewing, but I, so far, do not find anything about her daughter, "Effie", who was also a painter. I would like to know about Effie's life, when she died, and see what she painted. I would appreciate any information on her. Thanks.

This came from @208.7.210.235 on viernes, 14 enero 2000 13:47:20



scott saw (sjhshorte@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find a pcture of the gurdon light and i want to find out about it so if found anything send to me you know my e-mail.

This came from @152.163.197.178 on viernes, 14 enero 2000 19:02:53



Beth Oldham (???), wrote:

How was William Morris connected to the Pre-Raphaelites?

This came from @195.112.47.109 on domingo, 16 enero 2000 11:06:08



christina (christina_david@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for... knight in shining armour with queen or knight on horse kissing the girl standing on the ground

This came from @206.124.182.59 on lunes, 17 enero 2000 03:23:48



Alberto (senik@latimmail.com), wrote:

Traducion en ingles de el modulo estigia de wraith

This came from @195.53.209.223 on martes, 18 enero 2000 16:39:44



Robin (zim666zum_19@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a flower named Heather. It may go by another name but I would love to see what it looks like if you could find it for me. Thank you.

This came from @38.27.229.123 on martes, 18 enero 2000 22:46:27



gramma 2 (dakotakidsr@webtv.net), wrote:

I have purchased paintings and hope to find some information about them. Four of the watercolor paintings are very old and in good shape,except the thin matting is waterstained and also the backing. They are by al/wettel and on the left side each have written atitle of Superstition Mountains, stagecoach run from Phoenix to Florence, Kitty Hawk flight 1903, and another of steamboat days,( we think is the Colorado River). One just purchased is a print of a pretty colonial lady feeding the kittens on the steps and is painted by Danel Hernanvez. I would certainly appreciate any information. Thank you. Gramma 2

This came from @209.240.200.41 on jueves, 20 enero 2000 23:45:49



Paul Turner (paul_anthony_turner@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have downloaded a Pre-Rafaelite screensaver, the paintings are un-named. One is of a lady in a long gold dress bidding farewell to a soldier, as the army marches off. Do you happen to recognise the painting from this poor description and who the artist may be? Thanks

This came from @194.6.81.13 on viernes, 21 enero 2000 09:04:22



Rosalind Horwood (english_roz@hotmail.com), wrote:

I need definitions of the art and crafts movement and well the Pre- raphelites thats all just to finish my art college course work and recieve my much hard work and slaved over project on William Morris

This came from @212.250.184.95 on viernes, 21 enero 2000 17:49:05



Beverly Newsome (bnewsom1nurse@aol.com), wrote:

where does the painting miranda "the tempest" hang today and what is it's actual size

This came from @205.188.200.53 on sábado, 22 enero 2000 14:57:46



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @152.163.194.198 on domingo, 23 enero 2000 03:33:05



tHE VIRGIN AND THE CHILD (???), wrote:

This came from @152.163.201.184 on domingo, 23 enero 2000 14:14:54



Federico (gudrum@tin.it), wrote:

I am taking a degree in modern languages and the title of my thesis is "Shakespeare and the Pre - Raphaelites". I need some information about some paintings: the measures the museums or the collections where these paintings are the web sites or the books where i can see images of these paintings - Frank Dicksee "Romeo and Juliet" "Miranda" (1875? or 1878?) - John William Waterhouse "Miranda and the Tempest" - Walter Howell Deverell "The Mock marriage of Orlando and Rosalind" "Rosalind and Celia as Ganymede and Aliena in the Forest of Arden" "The Ghost Scene from HAMLET" - Arthur Hughes "Scenes from AS YOU LIKE IT" John Everett Millais "Othello and Desdemona before the Duke of Venice and Senators" "The Death of Romeo and Juliet" "Rosalind in the Forest" - Ford M. Brown "Romeo and Juliet" I can assure you that all informations and images will be used exclusively for my thesis.

This came from @212.171.82.149 on domingo, 23 enero 2000 14:32:16



Deacon Tikhon (icons@groupz.net), wrote:

Where can I find a print of In the Venusburg?

This came from @216.116.230.228 on domingo, 23 enero 2000 17:18:14



??? (fuckthe living shit out of your dog@YOMOMA.com), wrote:

This came from @209.48.212.132 on martes, 25 enero 2000 15:35:42



Roy Peters (rolli@screaming.net), wrote:

Does anyone know where i can get John Waterhouse wallpaper for my pc ?? Please !

This came from @212.49.228.215 on martes, 25 enero 2000 19:15:24



megan (mmcafee74@yahoo.com), wrote:

Thanks to Loreena McKennitt, I am now obsessing over Alfred Noyes _The Highwayman_. Are there any Pre-Raphealitic paintings on that subject? Please e-mail me if you have any leads.

This came from @128.173.48.107 on jueves, 27 enero 2000 22:21:08



Deborah Virgil (DDDDV@webtv.net), wrote:

I would like to know how much a painting by Camille Corot (French School) Woman With the Pearl ,print size :25 3/4"x18" is?

This came from @209.240.200.24 on viernes, 28 enero 2000 23:42:47



David Rees (davidrees19@hotmail.com), wrote:

Do you have any medeval images

This came from @195.92.194.42 on sábado, 29 enero 2000 10:19:23



lisa (skye@mtaonline,net), wrote:

I have A print by Herbert Schmalz copyright 1904 The Return From Calvary I am tryiny to find the value of the print If you know or Know of someone who does please let me know Thank You

This came from @12.21.211.205 on domingo, 30 enero 2000 20:26:43



??? (Asherissew@.hotmail.com), wrote:

you know what you are nothing, thats a bunch booty

This came from @204.184.150.178 on lunes, 31 enero 2000 11:07:55



Paul Kuritzky (PKuritzky@aol.com), wrote:

I would like to know if a painting I have is by the artist Norman Prescott-Davies. I have a wonderful painting on fabric of a angel/cupid kissing a maiden in a sea of clouds. The Painting is oval and dimensions are 25" x 21".

This came from @152.163.197.59 on lunes, 31 enero 2000 16:28:12



sarah (soccergrl41@aol.com), wrote:

This came from @152.163.195.198 on martes, 1 febrero 2000 21:08:41



sarah (soccergrl41@aol.com), wrote:

where can i find pictures and information on the telephone?

This came from @152.163.195.198 on martes, 1 febrero 2000 21:09:32



??? (???), wrote:

Who is Sara S. Washington

This came from @209.146.31.5 on miércoles, 2 febrero 2000 10:46:37



Jenny (Imtigge@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I find The Book Of Counted Sorrows; an antique, out of print poetry book?

This came from @152.163.204.188 on miércoles, 2 febrero 2000 23:02:36



scott (scott_taylor), wrote:

has any one ever heard of a european watercolor artist by the name of K. Meyer-Gaster? Thanks.

This came from @199.174.216.246 on viernes, 4 febrero 2000 20:28:50



Sunitha Selvarajan (devil_wolf@mailcity.com ), wrote:

Can you tell me all about water, its history, pollution, types of water,etc?

This came from @202.188.202.10 on lunes, 7 febrero 2000 03:29:28



osaka (osa321@hotmail.com), wrote:

hi hw sjdhifudfdhddg

This came from @149.123.34.132 on miércoles, 9 febrero 2000 17:38:34



miriam moynihan (pearl_mm@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find information on textile artists that have combined textile processes with painting

This came from @193.1.57.232 on jueves, 10 febrero 2000 06:39:02



KRIS (WWW.LAUNDERLAN.COM), wrote:

I HAVE 5 PAINTINGS DONE BY SIR EDUARD BURNES-JONES DEPICTING THE 7 DAYS OF CREATION. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THEM.THEY ARE SEPI-COLOR MOUNTED ON CARDBOARD AND HAVE ANGELS HOLDING WHAT APPEAR TO BE LARGE GLASS BALLS WITH PLANETS, BIRDS, TREES,... IN THEM FOR EACH DAY OF CREATION. THANKS!!

This came from @152.163.213.194 on jueves, 10 febrero 2000 19:48:04



Barbara (bvlamia@aol.com), wrote:

HI....I need to know how I can order a print of the painting "The Vale of Rest" (Millais). It is not in print, at least that is what I have learned. PLEASE!!!! let me know of any possible way to order it. THANKS!!!!

This came from @205.188.199.24 on viernes, 11 febrero 2000 19:52:52



katerina (folie@cypria.com), wrote:

Whatīs the story of Elizabeth, the queen of England in medeval ti mes.What is her relationship with the religion?

This came from @194.42.6.39 on martes, 15 febrero 2000 13:57:47



BETH (BESEBOLD@CORP.OLIN.COM), wrote:

I HAVE A CHARCOAL DRAWING SIGNED BY BURNES. DOES ANYONE KNOW OF THIS ARTIST? OR WHERE I CAN FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE DRAWING?

This came from @206.1.147.2 on martes, 15 febrero 2000 14:08:32



Andraya Anthony (thecreamrose@mailcity.com), wrote:

Where can I find a print of 'The Two Crown's' by Sir Frank Bernard Diksee? If you find one let me know.

This came from @206.107.29.64 on martes, 15 febrero 2000 20:00:25



trevor hardcastle (doughboy_118@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find classifind information about anything on the internet

This came from @166.102.155.19 on miércoles, 16 febrero 2000 19:15:18



linda (lindarossw@webtv.net), wrote:

I am trying to find out about a artist/painter named Lloyd R. Jones and perhaps the value of some of his work. I understand he did editorial art, and may have some of his work in the permanent collection of the Chcago Art Institute.I would love to receive any info.

This came from @209.240.200.71 on jueves, 17 febrero 2000 02:13:28



silvia areosa (silvia areosa), wrote:

This came from @206.84.70.7 on jueves, 17 febrero 2000 19:26:20



Valerie Job (tomjob@esper.com), wrote:

I am looking for a Pre-Raphaelite painting and can't find it (i don't know the title). It shows a woman listening to the other side of a wall where her ex-lover is with another woman. if you could help me that would be great

This came from @216.111.20.176 on jueves, 17 febrero 2000 22:20:46



Victoria Hingley (victoria_filth@yahoo.com), wrote:

please help with my essay question: The influence of medieval art and literature in Pre -Raphelite and late Victorian art and photography. I have researched quite a lot of information on this subject but nothing actually states why the victorians were so interested in the medieval period. i personally think it was a form of escapism as the period was so bleak, women were so suppressed etc.. the victorians had interests in things such as fairys and king arthur which does point to a romanticsm. What do you think? i'm desperate for help asap

This came from @194.81.181.120 on viernes, 25 febrero 2000 11:39:58



Carole Keister (carolekeister@hotmail.com), wrote:

I bought a print by Herbert Schmalz titled The Return From Calvary from a flea market. It belonged to a man who had it in his attic for many years. I am interested in knowing if there are many copies of this painting and if it is valuable. Carole Keister

This came from @151.201.86.3 on viernes, 25 febrero 2000 15:09:13



Carole Keister (carolekeister@hotmail.com), wrote:

I bought a print by Herbert Schmalz titled The Return From Calvary from a flea market. It belonged to a man who had it in his attic for many years. I am interested in knowing if there are many copies of this painting and if it is valuable. Carole Keister

This came from @151.201.86.3 on viernes, 25 febrero 2000 15:09:28



carlos (billy_corgan777@starmedia.com), wrote:

prerafaelistas?

This came from @204.3.239.3 on viernes, 25 febrero 2000 17:43:34



Kris N (kmnott@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on the artist John Burt. he was born in London in 1937 and I have rcently obtained a print of his titled Anne Hathaway's Cottage.

This came from @209.130.183.76 on domingo, 27 febrero 2000 14:25:31



Brian Agron (bsa45acp@firstworld.net), wrote:

I am searching for a painting I once saw as a print about 25 years ago, and I would like to know the artist and title. It features a knight in gothis style armor standing in a field of flowers looking heavenward and holding the hilt of his broadsword with the tip touching the ground at his feet. About him are three beautiful maidens reaching up to him as if to tempt him to 'earthly pleasures' however he seems oblivious to them. The flowers and maidens are reflected in his armor. The painting is in the style of Diksee but could have easily been by another artist. I have been on a lifelong quest for this painting as it was the origion of my love for the Pre-Raphaelites. If anyone could give me a lead or clue I would be deeply grateful.

This came from @216.126.136.144 on domingo, 27 febrero 2000 20:56:35



DHAENE FERNAND (fernand.dhaene@skynet.be), wrote:

offer for sale-paint look this web http://users.skynet.be/lamgods thanks

This came from @195.238.2.161 on lunes, 28 febrero 2000 00:00:21



genevieve (gengen29@hotmail.com.), wrote:

hey tell me something about the theme of love and loss in the poem 'remember' by christina rossetti. its urgent

This came from @194.170.1.13 on martes, 29 febrero 2000 08:16:07



Robert Lee (shoulderoforion@hotmail.com), wrote:

Greetings, Where can I purchase a poster of Draper's Ulysses and The Sirens? I have been looking for a poster or reasonably priced print for several years. Any help would be appreciated

This came from @131.216.136.37 on jueves, 2 marzo 2000 01:18:31



MARLON (???), wrote:

???

This came from @205.188.195.54 on jueves, 2 marzo 2000 22:09:36



MARLON GARCIA (PICIS00@AOL.COM), wrote:

I HAVE APAINTING BY ALFRED DE BREANSKI INTERESTING IN SALE.BUYERS CONTACME AT PICIS00@AOL.COM

This came from @205.188.195.54 on jueves, 2 marzo 2000 22:12:17



Jerry McCutcheon (jwmccut@earthlink.net), wrote:

I recently found a 16"x24" picture The Return From Calvary painted by H. Schmalz in 1801. Copywrite 1901 H. Guttman, N.Y. Is it of any value?

This came from @38.14.117.26 on sábado, 4 marzo 2000 16:43:46



Larry Frawley (Zipcode999@aol.com), wrote:

I'm searching for some information on P.A Cot's painting titled "the storm". Any information that you could provide would be helpful.

This came from @152.207.83.47 on domingo, 5 marzo 2000 11:11:16



??? (anico@mindspring.com), wrote:

I have a photogravure by W. Bouguereau 1893, is it worth anything?

This came from @199.174.200.181 on lunes, 6 marzo 2000 01:47:06



nikki (nikkiburley@yahoo.co.uk), wrote:

Umm. I'm trying to find the name of the pre-raphalite painter that did 'True Till Death'. Got any ideas ? Please Help!

This came from @195.92.67.37 on lunes, 6 marzo 2000 17:19:27



K.Mullen (kmullen@nsg.de), wrote:

Hi, I am looking to find any information on a painter called F.W Burton. When and where did he live and paint? Can anyone help?

This came from @154.14.250.71 on martes, 7 marzo 2000 12:30:14



Leslie Rodriguez (???), wrote:

Do you have any information on Ecce Anilla Domini? Im doing a research project on this painting and I need more information on it!!!!!

This came from @199.190.246.35 on martes, 7 marzo 2000 21:55:15



alexia (alexiagreenday@hotmail.com), wrote:

is the lady of shallot by waterhouse classed as a pre raphaelite painting? cheers

This came from @193.63.19.114 on miércoles, 8 marzo 2000 10:48:16



Cindy Sands (csands@rcvideo.com), wrote:

I have a lithograph copyright 1907 by Braun Clement-New York. In the bottom lefthand corner it is signed Rosa Bonheur 1885. It is a picture of three bulls laying in a pasture. It is about 16" by 19". We thought that it was a copy of the "Pastorale" (The Pasture Scene), but it is different ,in that it has 3 bulls instead of 2 and they are all laying down. I would really like to have some information on this painting if possible.

This came from @208.236.85.40 on jueves, 9 marzo 2000 20:29:22



Joy Smith (njss@netzero.net), wrote:

what 19th century artist churned out 70 paintings the last 70 days of his life?

This came from @204.30.62.83 on lunes, 13 marzo 2000 11:20:11



Carol (galiazu2@airmail.net), wrote:

I am trying to find the copy of Helellil and Hildebrand, translated by Whitley Stokes and published in 1855. This poem was the inspiration for the Burton painting "Meeting on the Turret Stairs." Any help in finding this writing would be appreciated. Carol

This came from @207.136.20.220 on martes, 14 marzo 2000 23:25:03



ahmed (99003405roehampton@ac.uk), wrote:

dear sir iam intersting in art and i do my acadimc projact in these topic (water colour painting in britian) i want know more information in these topic if you can help my or you till my any thing about it iwill thank you so match ahmed

This came from @194.80.240.16 on miércoles, 15 marzo 2000 07:20:21



??? (99003405roehampton@ac.uk), wrote:

This came from @194.80.240.16 on miércoles, 15 marzo 2000 07:22:49



jim (jazzerman_99@yahoo.com), wrote:

My friend says she likes her hair done in preraphealite style... what is this style please?

This came from @209.222.98.159 on jueves, 16 marzo 2000 01:35:21



Paul Gentry (pbgentry@bellsouth.net), wrote:

My sister bought an old painting. She said that the signature looks like "Fchmalz" or "Fchmals". She indicated that the title my be "Return From Calvary". Is anyone familiar with this artist, or the title? Thanks, Paul Gentry

This came from @209.214.118.178 on domingo, 19 marzo 2000 15:11:48



William Roberts (koyanagi@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking for the following prints: "Good Friends" by Marcus Stone "Night Alarm" by Charles West Cope Anyone know where I can find them?

This came from @152.163.207.179 on domingo, 19 marzo 2000 20:47:58



Richard Hoaglund (hoaglun@qnet.com), wrote:

I am looking for an image of a painting which I saw recently at the Norton Simon Museum. I believe the title is 'Sappho Returned to Life by the Power of Music', 19th century, possibly Pre-Raphaelite, artist unknown. I would be grateful for the artist's name, and proper title of the painting if I've gotten it wrong. Thank you, Richard Hoaglund

This came from @209.221.198.40 on domingo, 19 marzo 2000 21:01:51



P.B. (Sartorresartus@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone out there know anything about a painting by Millais called 'the ornithologist'?

This came from @193.63.39.90 on lunes, 20 marzo 2000 13:17:50



Callum Clark (5clark@uppingham.co.uk), wrote:

What influences did women have on the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood? Why were women portrayed in this way?

This came from @195.59.135.66 on lunes, 20 marzo 2000 16:40:57



??? (radiebel@snet.net), wrote:

I am looking for information on a print titled "A Morning In Damascus" It appears to be signed in pencil in both lower corners. Lower left corner is E. M. Hester, lower right corner is Herbert Carmichael. It has a 1920 copyright date, Albert Bell and Co. London, England.

This came from @204.60.225.38 on martes, 21 marzo 2000 18:52:18



Patsy (goawaygrinch@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for any prints by an artist named Jim Flori. I cna't find anything on him anywhere. Appreciate any help or suggestions. Thanks.

This came from @205.188.199.207 on miércoles, 22 marzo 2000 00:04:04



Stephen Sweeney (SWEENEYSW@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about a print called "EVA by Cabane" by Edouard Cabane 1904? It is a young girl sitting in a chair. Just curious. Thanks.

This came from @152.163.213.74 on jueves, 23 marzo 2000 00:00:15



Kyle B. (porno_creeps@hotmail.com), wrote:

Im doing a biography for school on Raphaelle Sanzio, I cant find a damn thing on the web. If any one got some shit on Raphaello Sanzio please send to my email adress Thanks

This came from @216.254.151.122 on lunes, 27 marzo 2000 21:40:20



marge (mermaid10@rcn.com), wrote:

no questions

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??? (???), wrote:

This came from @63.68.236.65 on miércoles, 29 marzo 2000 17:58:18



Dona (saltybean@surfree.com), wrote:

Hi ! Does anyone have any information on where to view the complete works of Pierre-Auguste Cot ? Particularly, I am interested in a print of his 1873 Tambourine girl (?). She is beautifully detailed, from her long hair, to the charms on her girdle, right down to the pearls and gems strewn on the Oriental carpet at her feet. Mine is black and white. I am considering a market for enlarged reprints--(door sized), but would like to get info on her first.

This came from @38.26.65.245 on jueves, 30 marzo 2000 09:51:58



David (torpedor@latinmail.com), wrote:

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david (Torpedor@latin mail.com), wrote:

who is jessica simpson? tell all that u know about her. Thanks

This came from @195.5.75.191 on jueves, 30 marzo 2000 11:32:28



david (topedor@latinmail.com), wrote:

who is jessica simpson? tell me everything that you know about her thanks

This came from @195.5.75.191 on jueves, 30 marzo 2000 11:39:31



Katie (lucky_loki_18@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm trying to write a term paper on the Lady of Shalott in pre-Raphaelite art. Do you have any links for me that would have analysis of those paintings by hunt, waterhouse, and meteyard? Thanks much. Love, Me

This came from @207.74.0.23 on viernes, 31 marzo 2000 14:09:11



jocelyn (clk0535@aol.com), wrote:

What does the term Pre-Raphealite and Victorian Romantic mean?

This came from @205.188.192.151 on sábado, 1 abril 2000 14:51:45



RON FISH (ron.donnafish@GTE.net), wrote:

Do you have anything on King Aurther's Kights of the Round Table? I am looking for costums, costumer sewing patterns, appropreate costume acessories and any other info that might be available. Renaissance Festval you see.

This came from @63.11.127.137 on sábado, 1 abril 2000 21:55:37



RON FISH (ron.donnafish@GTE.net), wrote:

Do you have anything on King Aurther's Kights of the Round Table? I am looking for costums, costumer sewing patterns, appropreate costume acessories and any other info that might be available. Renaissance Festval you see.

This came from @63.11.127.137 on sábado, 1 abril 2000 21:55:49



Mrs. C. Tannahill (???), wrote:

This came from @207.107.13.245 on domingo, 2 abril 2000 13:55:54



Mrs. C. Tannahill (ctannahill@strat.net), wrote:

I AM INTERESTED IN FINDING INFORMATION ON AN ARTRIST NAMED WALTER DUNCAN. WE HAVE A PIECE OF ART DATED 1842 AND ARE HAVING A HARD TIME MAKING OUT THE TITTLE ON THE PIECE. THANKS

This came from @207.107.13.245 on domingo, 2 abril 2000 13:59:41



Tom Sweeney (vibraphone@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a quality reproduction of Herbert Draper's painting "The Pearls of Aphrodite". Preferably a poster but a large color print in a book would suffice. Are there any known books written primarily about Draper? Please Help. Thank you!

This came from @209.6.58.129 on domingo, 2 abril 2000 18:25:45



Dagny J. Collier (dagny@journalist.com), wrote:

What is the story of Helleil and Hildebrand, Prince of Engelland. The story behind the painting by Frederick William Burton titled The Meeting on the Turret Stairs. Why was their love forbidden? What does the Danish Ballad tell about? Thanks.

This came from @209.48.126.72 on lunes, 3 abril 2000 14:28:54



laura lee (lee.construction@mindspring.com), wrote:

I am looking for downloadable images af fairies

This came from @165.247.208.4 on lunes, 3 abril 2000 15:04:25



ANGELIQUE RUZ (FOXIETHANG@WEBTV.NET), wrote:

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I FOR SOME TIME HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR THE WATERHOUSE PAINTING OF A PINCESS AND A KIGHT IN CLADED ARMOUR BELIVE THR PAINTING IS CALLED ARMOURET OR AMORET. IT'S AN OLD LEGEND OF A PRINCESS AND HER NIGHT OF TIMES OF CHIVARLY.IF AT ALL POSSIBLE IF YOU CAN ANSWER MY QUESTION PLEASE E-MAIL ME THIS PAINTING HAS BECOME A SLIGHT OBSESSION DUE TO IT'S BEAUTY AND MY LOVE FOR WATERHOUSE. ALSO IF POSSIBLE IF YOU AN DIRECT ME TO A PLACE THAT MAY SELL IT IN FORM OF POSTER OR OIL CANVAS PLEASE INCLUDE THAT ALSO. THANK YOU. ANGELIQUE RUZ

This came from @209.240.216.105 on miércoles, 5 abril 2000 23:28:57



Jennifer (lininger@mlode.com), wrote:

I am trying to locate a painting by a Pre-Raphaelite artist. It is entitled "Fallen Knight and his hound" or something to that effect. It shows a knight in armor laid upon his deathbed as a mournful bloodhound looks up at him. Can you help me? Thanks! Jennifer

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??? (???), wrote:

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nikky (niu_14@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find pictures of isaac newton?

This came from @209.150.13.167 on viernes, 7 abril 2000 15:15:40



Dona (saltybean@surfree.com), wrote:

Why can't I get any later questions than 3/19/00? I posted one the next week, and have scrolled down as far as possible, but can't even find my message, let alone any responses...HELP.

This came from @38.12.23.217 on sábado, 8 abril 2000 09:10:17



Peter H (ptrharpdon@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print of Frederick Sandys' "Mary Magdalene." Does anyone know where I can find any kind of copy or reproduction of this painting?

This came from @152.163.204.214 on sábado, 8 abril 2000 15:28:36



??? (???), wrote:

mural artists pictures is there any

This came from @212.140.44.57 on domingo, 9 abril 2000 08:41:55



Catherine Kerr (kerrc@gowlings.com), wrote:

Need a good version of the Watts painting Sower of Systems

This came from @199.43.129.5 on lunes, 10 abril 2000 11:22:29



Helene Ride (MCCHBAUD@LIVJM.AC.UK), wrote:

What is the difference between the nostalgia in w. Morris's art and the other pre-raphaelites's?

This came from @150.204.254.49 on lunes, 10 abril 2000 13:35:29



spiral (Server_Control_Management@hotmail.com), wrote:

This pre-raphilite paintings are the most beautiful works of art i have ever seen, one thing eludes me though, why are most of the women dis-proportionate and naked?

This came from @193.113.185.172 on martes, 11 abril 2000 13:19:13



cathy lomax (cathy.lomax@virgin.net), wrote:

I am researching T.C Gotch does anyone have any information?

This came from @194.168.18.182 on martes, 11 abril 2000 16:10:48



fatima martin (12659568@rgo.sun.ac.za), wrote:

would it be possible for you to mail me a copy of a painting by millais of ophelia and the lady of shalott. and hunt's version of the lady of shalott? as soon as possible due to the fact that my essay was due yesterday and i could not find anything before...i would greatly appreciate youe help in times of need thanking you in advance from fatima

This came from @196.2.44.152 on martes, 11 abril 2000 18:25:10



julie charles. (DAVID.CHARLES@ukgateway.co), wrote:

discuss the ideal of the pre-raphalite woman with reference to specific examples, examine why this ideal has endured?

This came from @146.227.156.6 on jueves, 13 abril 2000 08:29:35



peter Millican (peter.millican@northernrock.co.uk), wrote:

How on earth can I get full "poster size" prints of the great pre-Raphaelite paintings, such as Christ in the House of his Parents, Mariana, The Order of Release, (all Millias) The Lady of Shallott (Waterhouse), The Lady of Shallott (Holman Hunt), The Shadow of Death (Holman Hunt), The Light of the World (Holman Hunt). Incidentally, my wife and I have just visited the Pre-Raphaelite exibition at The Tate in London which was absolutely fantastic. It was so good I am going back myself. The paintigs were so fantastic. My all time favourite there was the Light od the World - the face of Jesus really is something else. Closely followed by, the Turner exhibition. You really must see the childs feet in "The Order of Release" - you wouldn't believe it " I look forward to hearing from you as soon as poss becaues our living room is bare at the meoment. Kind regards, Peter

This came from @194.201.9.8 on jueves, 13 abril 2000 19:03:46



Kaki Bates (kbatess@aol.com), wrote:

I have an old floral painting signed "W.Loos" and would like any information about this artist. Thank you.

This came from @152.163.213.72 on viernes, 14 abril 2000 11:40:32



J Juggins (juggins@lineone.net), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about William Etty (died 1849)? He was born in York and donated money for the rebuilding of York Minster. Is there a book about him and his work?

This came from @212.140.52.48 on lunes, 17 abril 2000 06:52:34



mr. John F Kennedy (http: KENNEDY DOTCOM), wrote:

HOW DID YOU SELECT THAT POEM.

This came from @208.204.51.20 on lunes, 17 abril 2000 14:37:18



??? (???), wrote:

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Rose (rmcoyne@home.com), wrote:

Looking for the art "The Absinthe Drinker" by Pablo Picasso Is this painting in color? Is this in the blue period? Or is this in black and gray shades?

This came from @24.4.252.26 on martes, 18 abril 2000 15:47:50



connie (daaxx@webtv.net), wrote:

i have a(I or J ) GOLPE painting of man standing by small boat in the sea looking out surrounded by greenmosey cliffs. I believe it is from the sxties or so .

This came from @209.240.200.81 on miércoles, 19 abril 2000 12:56:18



??? (???), wrote:

I WANA SEE SOME PICTURES

This came from @159.134.254.128 on miércoles, 19 abril 2000 17:48:18



Cathy Holmes (cathy.holmes@bradford.gov.uk), wrote:

I am trying to find out some more info. on a print that I have by Herbert Dicksee (1862-1942). It is called 'The Closed Door' and is signed in pencil by Herbert Dicksee and is also stamped ff FATG A T X it is copyright 1920 by Frost and Reed, London And Bristol. The actual picture is dated 1919. What I would like to know is how many of these are there in existence ie were there a limited number produced? and also when my picture is out of its frame you can feel the indentations of the pen therefore is it classified as an etching or a print? plus what do the stamped letters mean? Thanks to anyone who can help.

This came from @212.50.162.195 on jueves, 20 abril 2000 09:17:20



fiona (fiona_hooper@chickmail.com), wrote:

this is just a comment, why should you have to understand somthing to like it? I am a classical musician and my mother doesn't like classical music?!!!! Pre-Raphaphaelite art is cool, I took a history of art A-level. I'm trying to find the web site of my friends uni; St Bartholemews and I came across this!

This came from @213.1.30.170 on viernes, 21 abril 2000 19:05:13



Oscar Ayala (fichitajuego@yahoo.com), wrote:

Did Pre-Raphaelite painters use opium or other allucinogens? Dis they know about esoterism (alchemy or gnosis)?

This came from @200.21.48.29 on sábado, 22 abril 2000 10:33:50



Denise Matulka (dimatulka@alltell.net), wrote:

Are Tristan and Isolde the subject of Edward Burnes-Jones's painting, "Love Among the Ruins?"

This came from @129.93.29.145 on lunes, 24 abril 2000 13:55:40



Quiss (quiss@mad.scientist.com), wrote:

Hello. I am looking for the title/artist/story of a small reproduction I have. There are three young girls atop a very tall tower overlooking a large lake or bay. They are playing with garlands and one wreath is hung over a stone lion guarding the battlement. Far below there are ships (galleons returning from war? merchant traders?) that seem to interest the girls in some idle way. Does any of this sound familiar?

This came from @216.58.120.161 on lunes, 24 abril 2000 23:53:15



Eddie Tann (cytann@hotmail.com), wrote:

What did the Pre Raphaelites mean by a medieval utopia? could u give me some of the website are contain about Art history & provide this kind of asking question service? that is a great help for my interested. thanks!~

This came from @203.101.104.57 on martes, 25 abril 2000 02:20:31



Nicole Good (lorelei4u@aol.com), wrote:

If any one knows where I could purchase a print by ( Adolphe-William Bouguereau ) called two sisters or another one called sisters. Kindly let me know. Much thanks Nicole Lorelei Good

This came from @205.188.193.159 on martes, 25 abril 2000 09:54:25



billy (suck@hotmail.com), wrote:

This came from @198.236.46.32 on martes, 25 abril 2000 16:55:34



Steve Crook (stevec@arcom.com.au), wrote:

Any idea where I can get a copy of the painting "La belle dame sans merci" by Frank Cadogan Cowper THANX in advance for any info Steve Crook

This came from @203.57.68.13 on sábado, 29 abril 2000 03:56:31



jim jewett (jewettjim@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a picture of melrose abbey painted by alan keene. From my info it was painted somewhere in the mid 1800's. I am sure its just a print, but the frame is marked 1918. The picture shows sheep infront of the building instead of the cementary in later pics.Being an idiot from wyoming, i am concerned about the value and a proper place to sell. I also have many more interesting pieces, of witch i need some help on . The computer, library, books havent even got close to what i have.Have pictures,willsend if interested,due to divorce got to let it all go.

This came from @209.193.67.95 on sábado, 29 abril 2000 20:12:07



Bill & Dusty (enola@alltel.net), wrote:

I have a Print that is called "Three Horse's in a Storm. This is from an Original Oil Canvas of the 1860 circa. I would like to know who the Artist was & when this was produced as a Print. All info is deeply appreciated. Thank You.

This came from @166.102.187.20 on domingo, 30 abril 2000 13:19:55



Hannah (Hannaht20@hotmail.com), wrote:

I've got an essay to write so if anyone can help I would be most grateful. The title of my essay is 'how the status of women has changed through art'. I'm going to begin with the pre-raphaelites but I'm really stuck! I'm not sure how to begin. Can anyone help?

This came from @195.92.67.47 on martes, 2 mayo 2000 05:37:58



Leslie (aunt_si@yahoo.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a reprint of a mother bending down and hugging her little boy passionately and I its called something like: "the first day of school"

This came from @206.98.114.76 on martes, 2 mayo 2000 10:23:45



Maha Houdah (mjoudah74@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can I have some information or explanation on Tennyson\s poem "The Lady of Shalott"?

This came from @212.150.249.178 on miércoles, 3 mayo 2000 05:25:29



melissa (melissa trombetti), wrote:

my sister is an art-history major and loves pre-raphealite art. i am trying to find some notecards or postcards to purchase as a gift for her. do you know where i could find some?

This came from @205.188.192.161 on miércoles, 3 mayo 2000 15:29:14



melissa (melissa trombetti@aol.com), wrote:

my sister is an art-history major and loves pre-raphealite art. i am trying to find some notecards or postcards to purchase as a gift for her. do you know where i could find some? sorry, i did not complete my e-mail address the first time around

This came from @205.188.192.161 on miércoles, 3 mayo 2000 15:30:36



tclark (tclark@ccps.org), wrote:

My students have found that the use of the female form in Pre-Raphaelite art and the amazing sense of loss shown in so many of the women's faces is symbolic of the Victorian sense of loss of innocence as a result of the many changes in science and religion. Any takers on this question?

This came from @216.140.82.171 on jueves, 4 mayo 2000 10:14:00



Mike Duricy (Michael.Duricy@notes.udayton.edu), wrote:

I need information on a 19th century German artist named Cuno Bodenhausen. He painted several works in the pre-raphaelite style including a Madonna and Child. Any ideas? Thanks

This came from @131.238.12.156 on jueves, 4 mayo 2000 16:44:24



Texas Red (texasredx@hotmail.com), wrote:

Trying to replace a poster bought at Pier One in 1979 (Pier One could not help). Artist unknown, looked like cross between Maxfield Parrish and Edmund B. Leighton. Think the title was "The Apple Fairy." Description: color, standing female figure emerging from enveloping tree, facing kneeling knight (?). Thank you for responding.

This came from @152.163.197.66 on jueves, 4 mayo 2000 23:36:53



Carla Dobbins (Carla_Dobbins@hotmail.com), wrote:

would you please e-mail this site to me?

This came from @206.23.15.209 on viernes, 5 mayo 2000 10:17:23



Raymond (???), wrote:

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Raymond (raymond@ll.net), wrote:

Amy, I was looking to find out more on our family tree and the relatives in New York and Italy. Could you please tell me any sites I might use? Ray

This came from @208.230.217.3 on sábado, 6 mayo 2000 13:08:23



Walbert (wapodu@latinmail.com), wrote:

Who was Hunt?

This came from @196.40.16.50 on martes, 9 mayo 2000 12:36:49



Amarpreet Bhasin (khalsa_inc@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm doing research on Pre-Raphaelite paintings for my college class. And I was wondering in John Byam's the boer war painting with the woman standing by the stream around bushes and trees. What is the significance of the dress that she is wearing? Can you tell me anything else about this picture? I know if has something to do with the boer War. Please help me out. Thanx

This came from @153.18.197.95 on martes, 9 mayo 2000 19:37:33



MELISSA (melcornn@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting to buy just a duplacate its called "The Acolade" and I have forgotton whom painted it if you could help me I would appreciate it. thanks mel

This came from @134.235.0.178 on jueves, 11 mayo 2000 20:16:07



Miranda (angeldregan@hotmail.com), wrote:

Does anyone know of anywhere, (web site whatever) i can find pictures of a pheonix????? please. . . i would like to draw one for my friend for their brthday before i leave i need your help. thank you to any who can help.

This came from @199.230.32.159 on jueves, 11 mayo 2000 21:32:22



I (Bnice2003@hotmail.com), wrote:

How many different versions of "The Lady of Shallott" Are there and who are the artists?

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??? (???), wrote:

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Hareth (Dichterfurst@hotmail.com), wrote:

I saw once a painting by the name of "The Death of Chatterson". Here, I am not sure about the spelling but it portiats a poet that is dead on his bed after poisining himself. He was 17. I was wondering if you could tell me where I can find information about that poet and what is the actual spelling of his name?

This came from @129.174.163.86 on lunes, 15 mayo 2000 21:18:53



revathi valluri ramakrishna. (revathi_valluri@hotmail.com), wrote:

i lke paintings of auguste cot and lord fredrick leighton.i have no idia who else could be as good pl.suggest me. thanking u.revathi.

This came from @24.4.252.69 on martes, 16 mayo 2000 15:04:14



NELL (WALTERW@ECSIS.NET), wrote:

I HAVE 2 PAINTINGS OF (PSYCHE AT NATURES MIRROR)ONE HAS WINGS AND ONE DOES NOT,THAY ARE PASTEL PAINTINGS. THE ARTIST NAME IS FRANZ HANESTAENGL 1894 CAN YOU POSSIBLY TELL ME MORE ABOUT THESE PAINTINGS.

This came from @206.154.13.82 on martes, 16 mayo 2000 18:27:09



P Venedam (pjv939@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a painting by John Godward titled "on the terrace", and I can`t find any information about it. Hope you can help me thank you.

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??? (???), wrote:

where would I find a poem called Morte d'Aurther

This came from @159.134.228.220 on viernes, 19 mayo 2000 10:12:28



Beate Hornack (beate.hornack@bzv.de), wrote:

Hello, I have a question about a painting from Lord Frederic Leighton. The Painting is called "Wedded" (1881/82). My question is, who are the two persons. Is the painting an allegory? Or are these mythological or concrete persons? I am very interested in an answer. Thank you for your help. Best regards from Braunschweig, Beate Hornack

This came from @194.55.47.18 on viernes, 19 mayo 2000 17:00:50



Ace (i_killed_kenny_2001@yahoo.com), wrote:

why is David Hickle so stupid and acts like a fool?

This came from @204.184.109.253 on viernes, 19 mayo 2000 18:23:44



mischa baka (probe@seductive.com), wrote:

I am in serch of pre raphalite paintings that depict a journy by boat or ship,I im aware of J W waterhouse and his syrens work.If anyone knows of any works[they dont have to be pre raphalite] that depict this theam please inform me. thanks it will help gretly with my art work.

This came from @198.142.201.171 on sábado, 20 mayo 2000 04:32:41



mischa baka (probe@seductive.com), wrote:

I am in serch of pre raphalite paintings that depict a journy by boat or ship,I im aware of J W waterhouse and his syrens work.If anyone knows of any works[they dont have to be pre raphalite] that depict this theam please inform me. thanks it will help gretly with my art work.

This came from @198.142.201.171 on sábado, 20 mayo 2000 04:38:18



Linda Mack (stargina58@fuse.net), wrote:

I need information on a paintind called "The Return from Calvary" painted by Herbert Schmalz. thank you

This came from @216.68.44.22 on domingo, 21 mayo 2000 01:26:40



bob brown (football73_2000_2000@yahoo.com), wrote:

can you give me all the information an king auther and the round table? and if you can can you give pictures? this is for a school report so an information that you can give to me I would be very gratfull. can you also give to me information on excalibur.

This came from @134.197.11.250 on lunes, 22 mayo 2000 17:03:15



bob brown (football73_2000_2000@yahoo.com), wrote:

thank you so much for your time

This came from @134.197.11.250 on lunes, 22 mayo 2000 17:05:19



kevin (kra2204@hotmail.com), wrote:

Do you know anything about a painting by Herbert Schmalz 'The Awakening Of Galatea' I would like to know where it is hanging and if you have an E:mail address or street address for the 'Western gallery' i would appreciate any information thank you Kevin

This came from @62.172.83.224 on lunes, 22 mayo 2000 19:53:14



Brook Farrell (farrelb@cc.wwu.edu), wrote:

I'm looking for info on the clothing of pre-rafaelite women and the ideas of the movement. any help at all would be great! thank you.

This came from @140.160.178.121 on miércoles, 24 mayo 2000 00:47:24



casey (ash_45113.yahoo.com), wrote:

happy brithday ashley

This came from @216.28.128.143 on viernes, 26 mayo 2000 01:20:53



angela (banjaswami@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where I can find an image of Sidney Meteyard's "The Lady of Shalott"? NOT the image "I'm Half Sick of Shadows...." (which is commonly mistaken to have this title) in which she is reclining in her chamber, but the painting in which she is actually leaving the island. Thanks.

This came from @24.14.151.76 on viernes, 26 mayo 2000 05:49:27



V. Pogarell (VPogarell@aol.com), wrote:

Your sites are wonderfull. Thank you for the pleasant. Please, can you tell me, where I can find pictures of George Frederick Watts in the internet?

This came from @195.93.1.147 on martes, 30 mayo 2000 20:23:23



aaron (Rfilene), wrote:

how long does it take alcohol to get in your bloodstream and get to your brain?

This came from @209.179.248.37 on miércoles, 31 mayo 2000 00:58:29



Olivier (Olivier.Talon@insa-rouen.fr), wrote:

I would like to know in which museum the painting "NAUSICAA" by Lord Leighton is located.

This came from @193.49.11.232 on miércoles, 31 mayo 2000 11:12:57



Paolo Viel (paolo.viel@iol.it), wrote:

My sister's art teacher showed her a picture of a pencil sketch or drawing by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It represented a Study of hands for Dante's dream, that should be situated in Birmingham, at the City Museum & Art Gallery. I searched the net but I could not find anything about it. I know there should be a site , but I tried http://birmingham.gov.uk/html/tourist_info/ gallery.html and the address was rejected. Can you please help me someway ? Have you got a picture of the drawing, or can you give the right site/e-mail address ? Thank you very much in advance and best regards. Paolo Viel paolo.viel@iol.it

This came from @192.92.126.163 on jueves, 1 junio 2000 17:28:19



Mary Ann Halbin (mahalbin@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for images of Henry Ryland works. My aunt has a beautiful drawing of a girl with faint botanical, flowery background. She has some knowledge of oil paintings but virtually no knowledge of charcoal, pencil, or whatever this is. Any help, hints, or leads will be greatly appreciated. Kindly, mary ann

This came from @204.149.20.10 on viernes, 2 junio 2000 02:40:05



Virginia (sefirot99@hotmail.com), wrote:

Any help would be appreciated. I am looking for the name and artist of a painting, which I presume is Pre-Raphaelite. It is of a fallen angel, painted from a rear view. The angel has dark broken wings. The colours used are golds, browns, warm colours. The angel is looking over a landscape. Any help on this would be appreciated.

This came from @210.9.115.38 on viernes, 2 junio 2000 03:34:07



??? (amber_16aaht_089761@hotmail.com), wrote:

why did john everret millais start painting, what was in his mind why did he painted ophelia i want to know about him.

This came from @204.38.191.14 on viernes, 2 junio 2000 17:36:56



Margaret Hammer (amitiel@netzero.net), wrote:

I have an print by William Strutt, copyright 1896 by Franz Haufstaengl. It's in the original frame and is of a child with animals all around and in the background is a man sitting on rocks with an abgel hovering above. Can you tell me the name of this print or anything at all about this artist ?

This came from @216.67.96.159 on viernes, 2 junio 2000 23:44:12



Deanna Means (slk77vic@aol.com), wrote:

Please, please help me :) I am looking for a painting called "Clytie" by Fredrick Lord Leighton. I have found the image online, but I am trying to find it for sale someplace. Is there any chance you can help me, or is it hopeless?

This came from @64.12.105.168 on martes, 6 junio 2000 05:09:18



Me (paul,barlow@unn.ac.uk), wrote:

In response to the e0-mail about Millais and Ophelia - which I can't reply to because the address with not be recognised by my computer: Millis painted because he'd been good at it since childhood and was supported by his wealthy parents, who encouraged him to become an artist - a solid profession in those days. Why did he paint Ophelia? Well, scenes from Shakespeare were common in those days. The topic allowed Millais to paint a subject which would not be controversial, unlike earlier works, and would move beyond his early mediavalism towards a more Ruskinian style with emphasis on the complexity of natural processes in growth and decay. The subject allowed him to create a narrative out of the image of beauty in nature and humanity, springing up into life, then falling into decay gain - as Ophelia sinks into the water, having fallen from a dead tree surrounded by infinite varieties of new growth in the eco-system of the river bank. I hope this helps.

This came from @193.63.39.90 on martes, 6 junio 2000 13:22:04



??? (CEARAY@webtv.net), wrote:

how can I find information on the life of pierre auguste cot 1837-1883?

This came from @209.240.200.111 on martes, 6 junio 2000 22:16:56



pamela (CEARAY@webtv.net), wrote:

What web sites have info. on Pierre Auguste Cot 1837-1883? I want more than a poster!!!

This came from @209.240.200.111 on martes, 6 junio 2000 22:20:26



pamela (CEARAY@webtv.net), wrote:

Where can I find information on the life of Pierre Auguste Cot 1837-1883? The only thing I've found is posters for sale. I know Two of his paintings are in the Metropolitan Museum Of Art in N.Y "Springtime", and "The Storm". Please help!!

This came from @209.240.200.71 on miércoles, 7 junio 2000 04:04:41



pamela (CEARAY@webtv.net), wrote:

Where can I find information on the life of Pierre Auguste Cot 1837-1883? The only thing I've found is posters for sale. I know Two of his paintings are in the Metropolitan Museum Of Art in N.Y "Springtime", and "The Storm". Please help!!

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??? (???), wrote:

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Lory Ioppolo (dottedy@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am in search of a print of Fredrick Lord Leighton's 'Wedded' I have been unsuccesful so far, can you help me? Thanks

This came from @63.77.223.10 on sábado, 10 junio 2000 22:51:42



Brian Gabrysh (gabbygabrysh@hotmail.com), wrote:

Any information on the painting by louis wain titled "What we are about to recieve".

This came from @216.66.161.136 on viernes, 16 junio 2000 20:06:23



martha beeler (hmbeeler@corcomm.net), wrote:

Can anyone help me find information on a print titled Return From Calvary? It was printed by the House of Art,NY 1905. It is signed Herbert Schmalz.

This came from @208.61.210.121 on sábado, 17 junio 2000 19:06:09



S. Schmidt (soozq@execpc.com), wrote:

I have a potrait of Napoleon by J. Delarsche. I am unable to find anything about Delarsche on the net. Can anyone provide any info on him?

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??? (???), wrote:

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mariamne guzman (mariamneg@yahoo.com), wrote:

What a thrill! Thank you so much for posting your prints. I always have to explain "Mne" "No, not Marianne, Mariamne". Do you know of anywhere that might sell this print? (Mariamne leaving the judgement seat of Herod) Thank you. p.s. I'm 50% Arab, 25% Jewish and 25% Wasp. Mariamne/Mariam/Mary placated all parties involved.

This came from @192.234.76.6 on martes, 20 junio 2000 02:54:13



Barbara Hodges (bhodges@gps.edu), wrote:

Do you know anything about an artist by the name of V. Bianchini?

This came from @207.244.47.10 on jueves, 22 junio 2000 16:46:56



Reg Lewis (reglewis@cwcom.net), wrote:

I am looking for information on an artist called Sir John Everett Millias. The painting in question is a minature called `Cherry Ripe`. Does he have a Welsh connection ?

This came from @195.44.0.224 on jueves, 22 junio 2000 19:45:53



BillVoyce (voycestog@aol.com), wrote:

I am interested in information about Norman Prescott Davies. Any historical details would be useful. Thank you

This came from @205.188.192.43 on sábado, 24 junio 2000 12:59:28



PJ (crabbyab@catskill.net), wrote:

I have a print called "Christus vor Jerusalem". On the bottom left, it syas William Hole Pinx. On the lower right, it says Gravure Hanestaengl, and in the lower middle it says Copyright 1907 by Franz Hanestaengl. Am I right in assuming that the name in the lower right is the artist? (Who would the other two be?) What is known about Gravure Hanestaengl? I cannot find anything on him or Franz. I like my print and have no intention of selling it, but how can I find out if it has any value? Thank you for your time.

This came from @12.33.156.109 on lunes, 26 junio 2000 05:24:22



C Terrell (pmterrell@tesco.net), wrote:

who was william holiday, do you know?

This came from @212.67.149.205 on lunes, 26 junio 2000 23:03:00



Peter (Khelmor@yahoo.com), wrote:

I was wondering if you had any way of getting out of print pre-raphaelite prints. I am particularly looking for St. Joan and The Magic Circle by John Waterhouse. If you are capable of retrieving them, I will pay you the sum that you request, as long as it is in good condition.

This came from @129.198.241.37 on martes, 27 junio 2000 16:48:19



??? (???), wrote:

Im 11 and Im looking for a picture of Circe the witch.

This came from @195.92.194.21 on martes, 27 junio 2000 21:11:06



??? (???), wrote:

I cant find what I wrote before!Why is this?

This came from @195.92.194.21 on martes, 27 junio 2000 21:14:59



Mandy Martin (mandy@hom.net), wrote:

For the guy looking for Meteyard's "Lady of Shallot" - visit http://www.allwall.com/asp/sp-asp/_/NV--1_4_13/PD--10002362/SZ--3/posters.htm and you will find it. I found it by doing a search for Sydney Meteyard on Yahoo!

This came from @204.96.5.253 on miércoles, 28 junio 2000 21:39:41



Mandy Martin (mandy@hom.net), wrote:

For the person looking for Meteyard's "Lady of Shallot" - visit http://www.allwall.com/asp/sp-asp/_/NV--1_4_13/PD--10002362/SZ--3/posters.htm and you will find it. I found it by doing a search for Sydney Meteyard on Yahoo!

This came from @204.96.5.253 on miércoles, 28 junio 2000 21:39:55



Nicole King (kknl@gateway.net), wrote:

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Nicole King (kknl@gateway.net), wrote:

Hi! I am researching Bouguereau and I am having trouble classifying his style of painting. He doesn't really fit in with realism or romanticism...what would you say he was? Any reply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

This came from @63.26.113.166 on miércoles, 28 junio 2000 22:54:43



??? (???), wrote:

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chema (chema_10@hotmali.com), wrote:

this awar wining

This came from @193.152.67.181 on viernes, 30 junio 2000 16:53:43



Frances Rawnsley (windflower@artlover.com), wrote:

Some answers for the questions above:

As well as this resource, you can also post Pre-Raphaelite related questions on ArtMagick's message board

This came from @165.121.37.15 on sábado, 1 julio 2000 05:49:40



candace jeffers smith (andace@bellsouth.net), wrote:

I am trying to locate the name of a portrait by Luke Fildes of a woman with dark hair, she seems to appear in a number of his works, but I can't sem to find a good source for his work. Thanks for any help. Candace Smith

This came from @209.214.98.25 on domingo, 2 julio 2000 01:17:26



Lou (lugojr@earthlink,net), wrote:

Where can I find pictures of the six panels(Title- The quest for the holy grail) in tapestries woven by Morris & Co.????

This came from @38.30.60.218 on viernes, 7 julio 2000 05:40:00



Stephanie Ross (Stephanie_ross01@yahoo.com), wrote:

Saw a photo of a print called "Fides" by Edward Burne-Jones and would love to obtain a copy of it for my husband's birthday. Do you know of any sources for this type of thing?

This came from @149.112.154.61 on lunes, 10 julio 2000 05:10:59



sharon (sharon_temple@yahoo.com), wrote:

Hi there my name is sharon and i am looking for the poem PERSEPHONE PERSEPHONE if you know where i can find this i would really apreciate a response please respond to say hi anyways Sincerly sharon

This came from @207.61.27.149 on martes, 11 julio 2000 02:12:52



Etienne Boucher (etienne@novat.qc.ca), wrote:

I have search for high-resolution scans of painting of Edmund Leighton, Sir Frank Dicksee and William Burton. All I have found is pretty blurry. I would like to find a resolution of around 1500x700 - 700x1500. Do you know where I can get this?

This came from @24.201.19.148 on miércoles, 12 julio 2000 04:06:00



Anne B. Haynes (Cisdi@aol.com), wrote:

I am interested in knowing if the man and the woman in Frederick William Burton's painting "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs" are characters from world literature. If they are I would like to know the title of the poem, song, story or legend in which they appear and the name of the author plus an idea about where I can obtain a copy of this literary work. The painting appears on the front cover of the book Ireland in Poetry edited by Charles Sullivan and are identified as Helellil and Hildebrand but that is all the information I have. If any of you painting scholars have a knowledge of literature and possibly Irish literature, you may be able to help me. Thank you anyway for reading this.

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Lorena (???), wrote:

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jim wilcox (lunabob@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find;1.dicksee-two crowns,2.waterhouse-uylssess and the sirens3.the priestess of delphi by waterhose in poster prints?

This came from @199.18.98.138 on viernes, 14 julio 2000 23:30:21



Brian Agron (bsa45acp@firstworld.net), wrote:

I am seeking the artist and title of a painting (could be Dicksee or Waterhouse) featuring a standing in a field of flowers wearing gothic style armor holding his broadsword point down and looking upwards. Around him are three maidens reaching up as if to tempt him. Saw a print of the painting once about 30 years ago and this ignited my interest in Preraphaelite art. Would appreciate any help!

This came from @216.126.137.58 on lunes, 17 julio 2000 04:01:12



Danilo Terra (danilo_terra@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print by Bouguereau. It is a very hard one to locate. It is similar to "Meditation" except the girl is holding grapes. If you know the name of this painting please email me. Thanks for your help.

This came from @199.216.176.6 on martes, 18 julio 2000 01:43:50



sharky (sharky1871@aol.com), wrote:

could you give a valuation on a print titled wedded by lord leighton p.r.a

This came from @205.188.208.7 on jueves, 20 julio 2000 14:13:18



Tom Baldwin (tcbpfb@pacbell.net), wrote:

My web search engine directed me to your site. I love it and have bookmarked it. However, the reason for my visit was a search for a painting of Charlotte Corday slaying Marat in his bath. I know I have seen it somewhere, and it was not included in you fine grouping. Do you know the picture I seek and if so could you direct me to it. Thank you

This came from @209.79.180.54 on viernes, 21 julio 2000 19:12:38



joanna (jof32041@kestrel.tamucc.edu), wrote:

I'm looking for information on a painting done by William-Adolphe Bouguereau. It is of a little girl standing next to wicker chair, there are cherries or berries on the chair. She is wearing a long dress with short sleeves and a blue bow on her hair. My mother has had this print for many years. We need information with regard to the name of the painting we know it was done in 1896 or close to there. Please contact me with any information. I have looked at most of the Bouguereau sites on the internet and have not been able to come up with anything. HELP..... Thanks, Joanna

This came from @165.95.10.220 on martes, 25 julio 2000 19:24:39



i.mccallum (i.mccallum'btinternet.com), wrote:

does anybody have any information about the artist Arthur j. Elsley. 1800/1900 approx.he painted victorian children who were usually accompanied by collie dogs. any information most welcome. thank you. i. mc callum

This came from @193.113.185.139 on viernes, 28 julio 2000 23:13:05



ollie (eolle@net.com), wrote:

I need help with something to write for a older lady funeralshe left to son behind

This came from @209.240.220.144 on jueves, 3 agosto 2000 03:27:09



John (money@secrets.freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

I have two crono-lithographs by Lord Frederick Leighton, one is titled WEDDED and the other LOVERS, are they connected in some way (not just by the same artist)are they worth any money etc...any info at al would be helpful. ..many thanks...

This came from @195.194.160.99 on jueves, 3 agosto 2000 23:09:12



Mike (dollapi@ihug.co.nz), wrote:

Any information on a 1904 print titled "The Destroyers" by Herbert Dicksee printed by frost and reed of bristol. Is this print for purchase any where and cost of it.

This came from @203.109.251.149 on sábado, 5 agosto 2000 04:42:02



nita (nyblue_12@mailcity.com), wrote:

I am looking for a particular painting by The Pre-Raphaelits painters that has influenced The South Australian artist Anna Platten in producing her artwork. I am looking forward for your replay, thank you very much.

This came from @150.101.30.4 on sábado, 5 agosto 2000 05:54:47



John Geedman (johngeedman@enter.net), wrote:

Value of print The Return From Calvary copy right 1900 Does have a seal

This came from @63.83.145.132 on sábado, 5 agosto 2000 19:37:38



John Geedman (johngeedman@enter.net), wrote:

Value of Print The Return From Calvary by Herbert Schmalz Copy right 1900 Print has seal

This came from @63.83.145.132 on sábado, 5 agosto 2000 19:43:31



cecil gilchrest (cecil46@webtv.com), wrote:

artist belle griffin 1890's do you know anything ABOUT her i have a painting of hers dated 1890 and signed

This came from @209.240.200.151 on martes, 8 agosto 2000 19:21:05



michael (mjk@wca.com), wrote:

any information on herbert schmalz and piece of art. the return from calvary

This came from @205.185.85.107 on martes, 8 agosto 2000 19:27:49



Sandy (???), wrote:

This came from @152.163.206.179 on martes, 8 agosto 2000 22:01:07



Sandy (aries41760@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on a framed print that belonged to my husbands great-great-grandparents. It is by George Frederic Watts, "Hope" is the title. This was a wedding present given in 1927. We would be most appreciative to find out any information we can. This print was given to my husband by his mother.

This came from @152.163.206.179 on martes, 8 agosto 2000 22:05:20



Gigi (silvermoon47@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm looking for J.W. Waterhouse's "Lamia (1905)" in an art print. I can not find it at any of the popular internet sites for art prints & posters.

This came from @198.77.7.135 on miércoles, 9 agosto 2000 05:24:44



selda baldwin (celeryohmy@yahoo.com), wrote:

i am trying to find a copy of the translation of a danish ballad that was in fraser's magazine in january 1855 . it goes with the painting The meeting ont he turret stairs. any infor would be great thank you.

This came from @212.126.150.248 on miércoles, 9 agosto 2000 22:20:10



Azariah Sainte Claire (azariahrose@hotmail.com), wrote:

Who is the artist of "Sappho?" Do you know where I can find a scanned image of this?

This came from @209.18.22.20 on viernes, 11 agosto 2000 01:18:57



elen meyer (emeyer@edgewood.edu), wrote:

I am looking for Simeon Solomon 's painting "Woman with a Fan". What museum or gallery is it in? Can I get a visual image of it? Thanks! e.m.

This came from @24.4.252.118 on viernes, 11 agosto 2000 06:37:08



Lilith (lady_lilith@hotmail.com), wrote:

I went to the museum and I saw an awsome painting in the pre-raphealite gallery. The story was a girl was painted my her husband's brother, who was her lover. And she was holding a branch of some sort to symbolize sorrow. The girl had dark hair and was holding a branch. If you know the name of the painting please E-mail it to me. Thanks a million!

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tadema (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

This came from @200.10.225.79 on martes, 15 agosto 2000 04:49:31



larry (nadc_larry@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have found a ? behind a print I bought. It is brown and white size 8 x 14. It is a pastoral scene, looks to be a lady riding an oxen with trees to the left. There is another animal in the background. At the lower right of the picture it says M__? AD. Braun & Cie Braun Clement & Co. Succ. ?? Do you have any idea what this might be. Thanks

This came from @204.180.103.52 on martes, 15 agosto 2000 22:45:47



Egor (cyber_toilet@hotmail.com), wrote:

RE: Azariah Sainte Claire, Who did Sappho? Sappho is by Charles-August Mengin it is an oil on canvas, 1877 You can find it at www@ivo.cps.unizar.es

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herbert schmalz (???), wrote:

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Mike (yellowdog@aol.com), wrote:

What is the value of a numbered print by Herbert Schmalz dated 1906?

This came from @152.163.207.47 on sábado, 19 agosto 2000 20:17:28



Jessica Boyd (CatsEye013@aol.com), wrote:

Do you have any paintings by William Bell Scott? Anything that was painted about Penkill castle? Anything from Dante Gaebriel Rossetti from 1868?

This came from @152.163.213.176 on domingo, 20 agosto 2000 17:18:05



jennifer mulligan (mull215@epix.net), wrote:

Hello, I would like to request a price list of all waterhouses paintings especialy "the mermaid" thankyou. jennifer

This came from @199.224.107.61 on domingo, 20 agosto 2000 19:54:56



Murray Humphrys (dragonbreath@sympatico.ca), wrote:

I am a complete art novice but I have recently discovered that my tastes run to the pre-raphaelites. I have purchased framed prints of "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" by Sir Frank Dicksee and "God Speed" and "The Accolade" both by Edmund B. Leighton. I noticed Dicksee was included in your art gallery list of other painters, but not Leighton. I was wondering why? To my untrained eye they are similar in both style and content and I would class them both as Pre-raphaelite. I was wondering why the one was included and not the other. Do you have a strong bias towards one painter? Are the works of one painter considered better than the other? Is Leigton for some reason not classed with the Pre-Raphaelites? I am interested in how this decision was made. BTW thanks for your website. I love it and will be returning frequently.

This came from @206.172.161.8 on jueves, 24 agosto 2000 15:30:36



Tricia Anderson (andersont@cincinnatiredcross.org), wrote:

I am looking for a print of Solomon's "St. George". Any idea where I can find one? Thank you

This came from @216.68.98.24 on viernes, 25 agosto 2000 21:42:20



Pamela Powell (brupam@home.com), wrote:

My sister has copies of two paintings. One is called "Whispers of Love" and the other is "Wedded". We understand there is another called "Parted". Would like some information about it. Thank you.

This came from @24.65.83.18 on domingo, 27 agosto 2000 00:25:49



Michael Henshaw (miklik451@hotmail.com), wrote:

Isn't there a painting entitled, "The Death of Icharus?" Is it by one of the pre-Raphaelites?

This came from @152.163.194.196 on domingo, 27 agosto 2000 22:36:48



Susan Williams (shellsies-cool@tasmail.com), wrote:

Do you have a sight with the story behind Thomas Gotch's Alleluia?

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Julie (wbassham@berkshire.net), wrote:

What a beautiful collection, thank you!

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Mimi (MVosburgh@aol.com), wrote:

Do you know where I can find a copy of The Meeting on the Turret Stairs by Frederick Burton. It was a painting from a Danish Ballad of Helleil and Hildebrand. Thanks, Mimi

This came from @152.163.197.47 on miércoles, 30 agosto 2000 01:34:09



??? (sfa_49047@yahoo.com), wrote:

I would like to know who did a beautiful picture of a child maybe around the age of seven, in a white night shirt or gown, kneeling with hands folded in prayer. The child could be either a boy or girl with brown curley hair and a light shinning down from what appears to be a lamp light in the upper left corner. It appears to be from the 1800's or early 1900's. I don't know if it is a lithograph, a copy or what but it is numbered in the lower left and a name in the lower right appears to be something like Reyas, I'm just not sure. Just call me curious. Thanks

This came from @204.71.159.143 on miércoles, 30 agosto 2000 05:36:46



Marianne (genendel@yahoo.com), wrote:

My question is: Where I can fine site with PHOTOGRAPHS of Pre-Raphaelits?

This came from @199.203.4.24 on miércoles, 30 agosto 2000 10:01:45



natural (natural_n@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a print or litho(not sure which one) The Return From Calvary. done by Herbert Schmalz (Carmichael) in looks like 1891. Also at bottom left corner copyright, 1901 Hugo Guttman.NY I do not have any info on this if someone can help me out I would greatly appreciated. Natural

This came from @24.218.60.225 on miércoles, 30 agosto 2000 19:13:44



Kathy (KatGirl234@aol.com), wrote:

I just saw a print of "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs" by Frederick Burton. I want to know where I might be able to get a cheap--unframed print or even just a cheap poster that I could put in a nice frame myself. I would also like to know the story of Helleil and Hildebrand. The catalog says it is the Danish ballad the the work is based on. thanks

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??? (???), wrote:

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cat (???), wrote:

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lauren morris (untouchablefolk@go.com), wrote:

i am in dire need of a copy of the picture by Cot. entitled, (something to the effect of,) "Paul and Virginia in the Swing." i do know that it is of the Pre-Raphaelite era, but i am at a loss as to where i might be able to stumble across this masterpiece. any direction or help you could give would be *amazing.* thank you for giving up your precious time to read these desperate lines.

This came from @63.27.59.202 on lunes, 11 septiembre 2000 21:31:51



shulagh (SCONCANNON@hrsfc.ac.uk), wrote:

I'm working on a-level art history coursework.i have chosen to write about Botticelli's influence on the Pre-Raphaelites and am slightly stuck on finding di rect influences other than the direct copy by Rossetti of Zipporah from a series of paintings by Botticceli called the life of Moses.Help!!!!!!!!!!

This came from @212.219.116.67 on martes, 12 septiembre 2000 10:23:36



Miss A Lee (Annabelle140@hotmail.com), wrote:

Please explain the meaning behind Dante Gabriel Rosetti's 'The Beloved' connected to the song of solomon. Thanks

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Marcia Thomas (Maraut1@aol.com), wrote:

What are Pre-Raphaelite paintings and what era are they from?

This came from @205.188.195.53 on jueves, 14 septiembre 2000 18:53:40



Robin (robin.kelly@excite.com), wrote:

I am interested in Rossetti's "The Annunciation". I would love to know what the very prominent flowers are that appear in the painting, and what their significance is. Any help?

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B. Clark (Loftylayde@aol.com), wrote:

I have been searching for prints of the following Abbott Handerson Thayer: A Winged Figure Winged Figure Seated on a Rock (also called Angel on a Rock) Winged Figure Angel (also called White Angel) Stevenson Memorial I have found Winged Figure and Angel but have not been able to locate a copy of A Winged Figure, Winged Figure Seated on Rock or Stevenson Memorial. I would prefer to purchase these prints unframed, so if anyone has a source for these prints, I would very much appreciate the information. Thank you

This came from @205.188.193.163 on martes, 19 septiembre 2000 01:55:35



douglas page (mysticdoug@hotmail.com), wrote:

I would like to know why I can never find an image anywhere of a painting by a preraphaelite artist called poynter. I don't remember what it's called but the foreground has mermaids in a cave around an opened treasure cask which presumably has come from a smashed galleon which is tossing about beyond the entrance . I believe someone like Andrew loyd webber or his brother owns it now.

This came from @213.120.237.163 on miércoles, 20 septiembre 2000 16:47:42



Dave Loge (loge@ix.netcom.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where or how I may obtain a reproduction or print of "The Duel" by Frank Cowper? Many thanks for any advice.

This came from @209.86.207.115 on viernes, 22 septiembre 2000 01:25:58



MRS YARA LAGO (yaralago@ig.com.br), wrote:

I AM A GRAT ADMIRER OFPIERRE AUGUSTE COT, BUT UNFORTUNATELY UP TO NOW I COULD NOT GET DETAILED INFORMATION ON HIM BIOGRAPHY,ETC. IF YOU CAN HELP ME I WILL BE VERY OBLIGED BEST REGARDS YARA

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General Gordob (???), wrote:

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General Gordon (???), wrote:

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David B. Loge (loge@ix.netcom.com), wrote:

I have tried, without an iota of success, to obtain a copy of "The Duel" by Frank C. Cowper. All the usual sources (art.com, artmagick.com, etc.)have been no help. I am desperate!Any help in obtaining a copy would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your response. Dave Loge, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

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antonio jurado (anjurado@terratp), wrote:

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Susie (SusieStab@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone have any information on a work done by Herbert Schmalz entitled "Return From Calvary"? (Or any information on where I can find out more about this artist and his work). I have unearthed this print. It was behind another picture. It is in pristine condition. The work is absolutely beautiful! Thanks for any info anyone can give me.

This came from @205.188.193.49 on lunes, 25 septiembre 2000 02:19:26



emma (emmawright80@hotmail.com), wrote:

What is the Story of the Lady of Shallott by John Waterstone.

This came from @193.129.249.242 on martes, 26 septiembre 2000 14:56:19



chandni shah (chandni83@rediffmail.com), wrote:

where do i get raphaels pictures from

This came from @202.144.64.4 on martes, 26 septiembre 2000 15:20:52



John C Martine (johnmartine63@yahoo.com), wrote:

There is a very nice Pre-Raphaelite painting titled 'The Name of the Rose', which is close to impossible to find on the internet since there is a movie by the same name,I thought you might be able to help if you've perhaps seen it. Do you know who it's by??? I suspect that it's Burne-Jones but I'm not sure. I guess what I relly want to know is are you aware if anyone who sells decent reproductions? Thank-you in adance.

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Dafne (ladamedeshalott@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi! Well I would like to know who is the artist(s) of "La Dame de Shalott", "Romeo & Juliet" and "La Belle Dame Sance Merci" and I also would like to know where can I buy them, and other paintings containing angels?

This came from @207.233.42.83 on jueves, 28 septiembre 2000 21:38:22



Stephanie Harris (hecubus225@aol.com), wrote:

I have a Boderhausen picture hanging in my kitchen. It is the pic: Listening to the fairies. I see a date on it for 1883 and is a print. We have it in a old antique wooden frame. The only problem is it has a little water damage from a flood that happened. so if somebody can help me.

This came from @64.12.105.187 on jueves, 28 septiembre 2000 23:42:34



Marie Turner (TURNERML@STUDENT.S-CHESHIRE.AC.UK), wrote:

Who were the five main Pre-Raphaelite painters?

This came from @194.238.50.27 on viernes, 29 septiembre 2000 14:39:33



THE KING (paint09@banet.net), wrote:

I have a WALLACE NUTTING PAINTING CALLED the book settle would like to know the value .

This came from @32.102.129.138 on lunes, 2 octubre 2000 00:06:19



Masaya (mfujiu@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on "London Rome Carpet Gallary". Does anyone know it exists in London? Thank you for your help.

This came from @130.194.11.185 on lunes, 2 octubre 2000 03:45:45



Michelle (Michelle_r35@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for infomation on Hellelil and Hidlebrand, I would like to know the history of these two lovers. Also I would like to know who the models were for this painting. Any information on Frederick William Burton is also greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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??? (???), wrote:

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Anita Grims (pupfour@aol.com), wrote:

who wrote the orginial poem of Romeo and Juliet

This came from @205.188.199.39 on martes, 3 octubre 2000 01:07:57



sunny (faisal_malik_99@yahoo.com), wrote:

Information about victorian paintings and its gellary.

This came from @61.11.238.3 on martes, 3 octubre 2000 16:40:51



Kim Littlefield (KimSews@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a poster of a castle to match these posters: The Two Crowns The accolade The farewell basically a castle print in the same style Thanks

This came from @205.188.200.191 on martes, 3 octubre 2000 21:20:42



Kim Littlefield (KimSews@aol.com), wrote:

Hi all...... I have a poster print showing a man draped in blue and a woman draped in red/pink(faded) woman resting/reclining in man's arm. They look sleeping or maybe dead painted on a broken stone tablet. It appears to be from ancient Rome/Greek era. Any info would be great. I have never seen anything like it. Thanks

This came from @205.188.200.191 on martes, 3 octubre 2000 21:40:11



angelique ruz (ladyofshallot20@webtv.net), wrote:

please if you could possibly find a poster copy of la belle dame sans merci by frank cadoger cowper i would greatly appreciate it i have search all over the net for this and i see that you have a copy please respond asa..

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Heaven's Heart (heavensheart@hotmail.com), wrote:

I wanna know what was the name of King Aurther's Sword ? Do you have a picture of it becasue I really want to see it !!!

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Angie Golden (???), wrote:

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patricia lowie (rainbowmom911@yahoo.com), wrote:

looking for Lilith by John Collier

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Janet L. Honeycutt (JHoneycutt@AOL.COM), wrote:

Do you have any photos of Zipporah, wife of Moses? One I have located is by John Ruskin. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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OMAR GUILLEN (gumadenyfcoprodigy.net.mx), wrote:

where is de musium?

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Jeanne (lollipop6996_1999@yahoo.com), wrote:

Where might I purchase a print of Millais's "Mariana"???...I have looked everywhere. Thank you, Jeanne

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Marcel Gachon (???), wrote:

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Marcel Gachon (???), wrote:

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Marcel Gachon (marcelgachon@yahoo.com.au), wrote:

I saw a beautiful painting in either the Louvre or the Uffizi and I cannot remember the name of it. I think it was Pythagoras and his Disciples. I know it was the name of a Greek philosopher. I have tried every name I can think of but no results. Thanks

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Marcel Gachon (marcelgachon@yahoo.com.au), wrote:

I saw a beautiful painting in either the Louvre or the Uffizi and I cannot remember the name of it. I think it was Pythagoras and his Disciples. I know it was the name of a Greek philosopher. I have tried every name I can think of but no results. Thanks

This came from @139.134.23.66 on sábado, 7 octubre 2000 02:08:06



Kathryn Tutt (kathryn.tutt@bull.co.uk), wrote:

I am looking for any information on Herbert Gustave Schmalz (formerly Carmichael) and the pre-raphelite Charcoal drawings that he produced in the 1880's

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mafiosas (???), wrote:

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angelique (ladyofshallot20@hotmail.com), wrote:

please if anyone copuld get back to me in regards to were i can find a copy of frank cowper's la belle dame sans merci i would greatly appreciate it thank you.......

This came from @206.24.101.136 on viernes, 13 octubre 2000 18:19:11



Amanda (amarilla4@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi,..I already forgot your name..sorry. Ok. I have been looking at all the John William Waterhouse prints and pictures and paintings.. on the web, in my books,etc. I must know who paints those beautifully romantic paintings with those unmistakable waterhouse models and their knights. I have found the one..oh whatdoyoucallit..where the girl is huddled on the ground looking up at her kneeling knight. Yes yes. It's beautiful. But I can't seem to find the one where the girl is leaning down off of her horse to kiss the knight standing nearby. Also the one in the circular staircase, where the knight has her arm.. There are others. I would love to know who did them and if there is a sight where I could find them! If they are not by Waterhouse..oh, do tell me who the artist is!!

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Andre Branch (Mom@aol.com), wrote:

I also have a Eve Repentant done in 1904.

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Branch (mombranch@aol.com), wrote:

I have a book copy writen in 1904,called Pictvres by George Frederick Watts. it has some copys and some actural sketches.My Question is where can I find more information on the book and the value of the art work.

This came from @205.188.198.42 on lunes, 16 octubre 2000 17:28:11



Jenny (Jennykimc@hotmail.com), wrote:

How can I find every music lyric I want?

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mckale (nutz115@hotmail.com), wrote:

If I have A painting I want to sell where do I go

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Mckale Burke (nutz115@hotmail.com), wrote:

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Suzan (Tommag99@gateway.net), wrote:

I.have.a.print.called.The.Return.To.Calvary.by.Herbert.Schmalz Copyright.1906.Louis.Wolff.@Co.ltd.London Hugo.Guttmann.New.York.Sole.Agent.United.States.and.Canada underneath.the.Louis.Wolff.it.says.painted.by.Herbert.Schmalz Can.you.give.me.an.idea.of.it's.value? This.belonged.to.my.great.grandmother

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Larry Rhoden (lrhoden@apz-applied.com), wrote:

I may have in my possession the print you are looking for. It is tiled "Return from Calvary" by Herber Schmalz. It is copright date is 1906, not 1904 as indicated in your search. Any interest?

This came from @208.198.77.30 on jueves, 19 octubre 2000 15:12:42



shawn gibson (shawnpumpkinsfan@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for paintings by a woman named (clair brightman?) she did a mid evil painting called the acolade pleeeeeeese help me. thanx. shawn gibson

This came from @204.239.157.78 on jueves, 19 octubre 2000 21:21:06



Steven A. Ross (sross@wrf.org), wrote:

Just a beautiful site!!! What is the best book you can recommend showing the pictures of Waterhouse. I am looking for color pictures of his work. Any suggestions, even if out of print. thank you

This came from @204.245.58.22 on viernes, 20 octubre 2000 01:54:39



juytrewqasdfghjklŮ (wwwchuchsdfguibvhihjfvijbhf), wrote:

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Gebroeders van Eyck (???), wrote:

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aditi (gsel@net2000ke.com), wrote:

I want to know about King Auther how he became a king? or a short story about him.

This came from @207.241.164.57 on domingo, 22 octubre 2000 18:53:25



Susie (MsStefono@aol.com), wrote:

I would to find a print I can purchase of the oil painting Mariana by John Everet Millais along with the poem by Lord Alfred Tennyson

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Germŗn Gomez Guerrero (german_nigga@yahoo.com.mx), wrote:

me podrian mandar informacion y algunas imagenes de las obras

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??? (???), wrote:

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Sandy (ravenbird@chariot.net.au), wrote:

I would like to find out the history of picture, Lady of Shalot/

This came from @203.30.236.71 on jueves, 26 octubre 2000 14:17:17



angelique (ladyofshallot20@hotmail.com), wrote:

if anyone knows were i can attain a copy of frank cowpers la belle dame sans merci i would greatly appreicate it

This came from @206.24.101.138 on jueves, 26 octubre 2000 18:22:01



Sandy (Gag249@aol.com), wrote:

I need pictures and info on the following paintings: "King Tut's throne Chair"---Egyption "Erechtheum-Porch of Maidens"---Greek "Arch of Constantine"---Roman "Hagie Sophie"---Constantinople "Night Watch"---Rembrandt "Snow Storm: Steam Boat off a Harbor's Mouth"---Turner and Doors and Windows shape ---Reim's Cathedral,France

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ehmoo (marmu67@hotmail.com), wrote:

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ehmoo (marmu67@hotmail.com), wrote:

For me I only look a beautiful flowers

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Christine Antonelli (twochris1@home.com), wrote:

There is a picture I believe is Pre-Raphaelite. It is of three women on a terrace by the ocean feeding goldfish. Do you know the name and the artist?

This came from @65.0.71.186 on viernes, 27 octubre 2000 18:34:37



Aurora (Aurora_rain@email.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on the painter Frederick Burton who painted the beautiful "Meeting on the turret stairwell". I think that is the title of the painting. I have always adored the painting and am very curious about him and his other pieces of art. I do know that he is Irish but that is all. Thank you

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??? (???), wrote:

hola

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Karen (formica@bellsouth.net), wrote:

What's the story or the meaning of the Frederick Leighton painting named "Mother & Child"?

This came from @216.77.219.208 on lunes, 30 octubre 2000 11:20:14



helen jones (tjones@ulth.northy.nhs.uk), wrote:

When and where was John William Waterhouse born

This came from @163.160.252.16 on lunes, 30 octubre 2000 15:34:38



Helen jones (tjones@ulth.northy.nhs.uk), wrote:

What was happening in the world when John William waterhouse's lifetime?

This came from @163.160.252.16 on lunes, 30 octubre 2000 15:40:42



kathy (kzirkle@juno.com), wrote:

I am looking for a preraphaelite painting called the bridesmaid. e-mail me with info.

This came from @129.237.9.110 on martes, 31 octubre 2000 00:39:08



harvy (harvy@freeze.com), wrote:

can you tell me more about academy school of art and why the pre raphaelites disliked them and could you send me some illustrations of the type of painting produced at the school. thannk you. could u also explain why pre raphaelite movement disliked the antique but devoted to nature? why did pre raphaelites choose italian renaissance as part of their philosophy? what is early christian art? thank you very much, looking forward fromm hearing from you!!

This came from @62.31.64.1 on martes, 31 octubre 2000 20:51:37



??? (sluzzo@ferno.com), wrote:

I recently aquired a copy of "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs" by Frederick William Burton and was curious about the Danish Ballad of Helleil and Hildebrand. All I have found was a study located at HTTP//infoeagle.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/artmuseum/artpics/europaint/19thcent/1002_1.html Does anyone know where I can find the english translation of the ballad itself?

This came from @38.176.97.35 on martes, 31 octubre 2000 23:19:18



Shirley Carriere (scarriere32@hotmail.com), wrote:

My Father bought a picture at a auction of a young girl on a wharf she has 2 symbols in her hands old english buildings in the background. On the back is a typed note to say the painting is Edward Burne Jones Aurora.I cant find any of Jones paintings named Aurora.Any info would be helpful.

This came from @205.200.44.79 on miércoles, 1 noviembre 2000 01:14:41



Jim Talon (thirtynewhats@netscape.net), wrote:

Could someone PLEASE tell me where I might purchase a print of George Fredrick Watt's "Hope". Thanks

This came from @32.100.42.80 on miércoles, 1 noviembre 2000 02:08:43



Coletha Albert (cya5014@hbu.edu), wrote:

Where can I find some examples of Pre-Raphaelitte paintings and background on the artists? Is there something on the web?

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??? (???), wrote:

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elena (elena_magee@yahoo.com), wrote:

what are 10 neat facts about fashion?

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kristi (kentcutiepie@collegeclub.com), wrote:

I am interested in discovering what Schmalz's painting "The Return From Calvary" is valued at. I uncovered a copy behind a family picture. I just wonder if there was more than just sentimental value.

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Sandee Brandt (Sgb47@aol.com), wrote:

I am interested in seeing a painting by a Pre-Raphaelite artist by the name of Holiday (I don't know his first name) The painting is called Dante and Beatrice, painted in 1883 I was wondering if you had an image

This came from @205.188.196.22 on viernes, 3 noviembre 2000 18:30:06



eric (st_panteleimon@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have been searching for a painting that I loved when I was a child, and I don't know the name of it, or the school of art to which it belongs. It depicts the fallen Icarus, inverted, wings spread, surrounded by Nymphs, or some such female folk. If anyone can give me a hint to the name or artist, I can search the web for it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! :)

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??? (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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Sam C. Cooper (Bonnj@mwt.net), wrote:

I have a painting with A E Blood on it as the artists. Iwould like any infor. you have on this artist. Thank you. Sam C. cooper

This came from @156.46.250.167 on sábado, 04 noviembre 2000 19:26:36



oneil p (taylormatrix411@aol.com), wrote:

i need a picture of a septre. a royal septre.asap.someone please help me.

This came from @64.12.105.189 on domingo, 05 noviembre 2000 18:45:28



jenny chan (swishy25@hotmail.com), wrote:

i need a good interpretation of John Keats "La Belle Dame Sans Merci"

This came from @209.148.254.64 on lunes, 06 noviembre 2000 05:09:56



deb payne (jeffdebpayne@qwest.net), wrote:

Does anyone have information on the model used for Charles-Auguste Mengins 'Sappho'?

This came from @207.225.107.215 on lunes, 06 noviembre 2000 20:33:13



Anna Castner (acastner@cwcom.net), wrote:

I would like to know where the painting "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs" by F W Burton can be seen. Is it in a gallery in the UK? Does anyone know where I can get a copy? In anticipation I thank you for your help.

This came from @195.44.211.35 on lunes, 06 noviembre 2000 21:57:31



karen (Choneezz@AOL.com), wrote:

i have an assignment to do a painting in the style of an artist of my choosing. i want to do edmund blair leighton, and have a particular interest in "God Speed" also called "A Lady's Favor." I am having a hard time finding information on him and his style. where can i find this sort of thing? i appreciate any help in advance.

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christine (inheaven211@hotmail.com), wrote:

do you know karen dakak

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christine (inheaven211@hotmail.com), wrote:

do you know karen dakak

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Brenda (LTSPARKYEMS@aol.com), wrote:

I have been looking for paintings, picture of medevial knights. There used to be a site on Lycos, but it no longer exists. I have a poster of Edmund Blair Leighton "The Accolade", and there quite a few dealing with knights, both on horseback and pictures with a noble lady and knight. Any suggestions where to look? HELP...........I've spent the last 3 or 4 hours searching websites, but so far no luck. Thank you. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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??? (???), wrote:

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gyfg (fghgfh), wrote:

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Rev.Ken Targett (ktargett@callnet uk.com), wrote:

I'm looking for information about the painting 'The place of meeting' by Noyes Lewis. Can you help?

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divia (dkajol), wrote:

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??? (qqqq), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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Olly (ollywhite@bigfoot.com), wrote:

Hello everyone, I'm currently studying Room with a view by Forster, and he mentions Phaethon & Persephone. They are apparently symbolic in some way. Could anyone tell me who they are and what they did. Could you also let me know if they were connected to each other. Lovely tar.

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Olly (ollywhite@bigfoot.com), wrote:

Hello everyone, I'm currently studying Room with a view by Forster, and he mentions Phaethon & Persephone. They are apparently symbolic in some way. Could anyone tell me who they are and what they did. Could you also let me know if they were connected to each other. Lovely.

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Sappho Axia (Ilamanzar@usa.net), wrote:

Why are there so many paintings titled "The Lady of Shallot"?

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Leigh Kirkland (leighk@mindspring.com), wrote:

I have an engraving of Dante seeing Beatrice and two of her home-girls on a bridge. A friend tells me it's from a preraphaelite painting. Does anyone know anything about the original or the artist?

This came from @63.210.74.36 on sábado, 18 noviembre 2000 03:14:00



Shirley Williams (c.czarnic@gte.net), wrote:

I am looking for any Hans Zatzka prints by Louis Wolff & Co.. If you have any information regarding these prints, please contact me at c.czarnic@gte.net. Thank you in advance. Shirley

This came from @4.40.188.45 on domingo, 19 noviembre 2000 04:56:27



Gloria Wheeler (G_Wheeler@msn.com ), wrote:

Do you know anything about an artist by the name of E.H. Stannerd? She painted a picture between 1790 and 1799.

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lam gods (???), wrote:

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maria (mariacampocid@hotmail.com), wrote:

Who was the author of "picture at exibition"? And what was it about? What rock band of the 70s played this a song?

This came from @195.76.80.131 on miércoles, 22 noviembre 2000 20:13:53



Guinevere (guinevere_athena@yahoo.co.uk), wrote:

Thomas Cooper Gotch's painting 'Death The Bride'. - Is this just another Pre Raphaelite image of 'Persephone', or is there a story behind it? I am completely fascinated and enchanted by the painting, and want to know exactly what inspired it, and where TCG's magical/esoteric interests lay. If you have any information, I would be grateful if you could pass it on. Thanks Guinevere

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noel cavanagh (noelcav @bigpond.com.au), wrote:

looking for information on painter "favoni"

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Patty Jones (pjones1519@cs.com), wrote:

Do you know where I might be able to find a print of "The Huguenot" by Sir John Everett Millais? Thank you for your help.

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*Anya (MoonTree31@aol.com), wrote:

I am doing a paper on the relationship between these paintings and Pagan ideals about women. The use of this Goddess figure in the late 19th century etc... I am just trying to find things to theorise about, pretaining to this relationship. Thanks, *Anya

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anna recksiek (annarecksiek@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print of Millais "The Huguenot on St Bartholomew's day" Do you know where I can get one?

This came from @152.163.207.64 on martes, 28 noviembre 2000 06:22:53



Stefania (free50@inwind.it), wrote:

Hi!I have got little picture of "Sir Frank Diksee", the title is "La belle dame sans mercie", but it's different from "La belle dame sans mercie" of John William Waterhouse (is it right the name?), that i saw in this site. In my picture the woman is riding a horse and she is kissing a man... Is there anybody who can tell me the real name of this picture and who can tell me where can i find it?(on the web) Sorry for bad english, i'm italian... Thanks a lot! Bye bye Stefania.

This came from @194.185.177.2 on martes, 28 noviembre 2000 11:56:24



Jennifer (gibsonj@mail.mgc.peachnet.edu), wrote:

i am looking for pre-raphaelite or victorian pictures that will go with tennyson's poem "mariana". if anyone finds some, please send them to me by dec.2. i have to do a powerpoint presentation on this poem on monday december 4. thanks, jennifer

This came from @168.16.230.103 on martes, 28 noviembre 2000 21:35:04



marie (trey346), wrote:

do you have any information on sir john everett millais-Ophelia?

This came from @205.188.193.41 on miércoles, 29 noviembre 2000 00:24:19



Cole Strong (costrong@sendit.nodak.edu), wrote:

What are the three stages of forming a middle age knight?

This came from @206.146.45.14 on miércoles, 29 noviembre 2000 22:07:19



Raffaele Anello (twicelele@dada.it), wrote:

I'm looking for the artist who painted "Chesterton".The original is at the Tate Gallery.

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Aimee Taylor (???), wrote:

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Aimee Taylor (manunuts@hereson.fsnet.co.uk), wrote:

i'm studying the pre-raphaelites at school for my g.c.s.e's and i need one of their portraits. I was wondering if you could tell me where i could find some. thanx

This came from @195.92.67.73 on jueves, 30 noviembre 2000 21:26:49



jignesh T Zala (jignesh1484@yahoo.com), wrote:

1. where is archer art gallary located ? 2. Give 3 Female Artist name, whose paintings are there at Archer Art Gallery's website ? 3. Give 3 Male Artist name, whose paintings are there at Archer Art Gallery's website ?

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??? (???), wrote:

who painted west minster from the east

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Alexis Borkowski (sexyNcream@aol.com), wrote:

i would like info on pierre-August cot's life

This came from @152.163.204.72 on sábado, 02 diciembre 2000 00:58:37



Albert Bartolomť (albertbartolome@uole.com), wrote:

Where can I find photos of Melissa John Hart? I'm from Spain and I don't undertand very much the English language. Thank you very much

This came from @62.36.164.211 on domingo, 03 diciembre 2000 19:32:27



B. Reynolds (breynolds@rsandrews.com), wrote:

Please help me identify the famous painting depicting a cheetah or leopard with the face of a woman on the right, and a young, bare chested man on the left? Art Nouveau or Pre Raphaelite style. I glimpsed it on the TV show "Sunday Morning" during a segment on an Art Nouveau Exhibit, currently in Chicago, I think.

This came from @63.93.39.217 on domingo, 03 diciembre 2000 22:12:34



Beth Boesch (liz_45601@yhaoo.com), wrote:

I need to do a resharch project on King Auther can anyone help me out with lagit sites!! Thanks Beth Boesch

This came from @24.50.222.28 on miércoles, 06 diciembre 2000 01:25:08



D.Caza (Spaza18@hotmail.com), wrote:

Would u please send any pictures on 15th century clothing I would appreseate it

This came from @206.248.114.254 on miércoles, 06 diciembre 2000 17:41:09



Kathrine Majchrzak (???), wrote:

What is the theme on King Aurther's life?

This came from @169.199.43.86 on miércoles, 06 diciembre 2000 18:10:27



Linda Lamphere (uniqueboutique @citlink.net), wrote:

12-6-00 2:45pm Hi,This is the only site I have found with any information on Louis Wolff &Co.London,W. I have a Painting named `"The Resurrection Morn." Left hand side says Painted By Herbert Schmalz.under picture.Right hand side reads Copyright1915 Louis Wolff & Co.London,W.in the very edge of the picture.On the top in writng not printing it reads:Hugo Guttmann,New York,Sole Agent in the United States&Canada. Have I confused anyone yet?Iwas wondering if anyone would have or know how I could find information about this painting? Thank You.Linda

This came from @170.215.212.145 on miércoles, 06 diciembre 2000 21:02:38



Wolfgang fener (wolfgang_fener@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm also looking for a 1897 painting by Philip Burne-Jones (Edward's son), called "The Vampire". Any other info about Philip Burne-Jones will also be very much appreciated. Thanks.

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??? (???), wrote:

What can you tell me about the nights of the round table

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??? (???), wrote:

are you even there?

This came from @159.105.97.25 on sábado, 09 diciembre 2000 16:38:48



Judith Churchill (Jchurchi@sec.stat.vt.us), wrote:

Can you tell me anything on the Knights of the round table?

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??? (???), wrote:

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miri (beckmiri@internet-zahav.net.il), wrote:

the male image in the pre-rapaelite paintings?

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??? (???), wrote:

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Aaron (A_Korson007@juno.com), wrote:

I am writing a research paper on king aurther and the knights of the round table. I want to know all about king Aurther and the knights of the round table. I would also like some information on Camelot and queen Lady Gweneveir. Could you please help me find something to help me write a 10 page research paper.

This came from @208.246.136.54 on martes, 12 diciembre 2000 18:56:01



rachel (laxblonde@mediaone.net), wrote:

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Helene (Loafer505@aol.com), wrote:

I had seen a painting or picture about heavens gates. Do you have any idea where I could look for it?

This came from @64.12.104.58 on viernes, 15 diciembre 2000 07:33:33



azmatullah khan (azmatullah_k@hotmail.com), wrote:

no question?

This came from @63.109.248.76 on viernes, 15 diciembre 2000 14:50:10



Garazi (g.orueta@euskalnet.net), wrote:

Have you got information about the picture "Lamentation of dead God"

This came from @212.8.80.71 on sábado, 16 diciembre 2000 11:33:58



Garazi (g.orueta@euskalnet.net), wrote:

Have you got information about the picture "Lamentation of dead God" by Anton Van Dyck???? THank you

This came from @212.8.80.71 on sábado, 16 diciembre 2000 11:35:00



Carlos Fernandez (cfernan@bellsouth.net), wrote:

quisiera saber si tiene alguna Informacion sobre un cuadro que Diego Velazquez realizo 1620-30 "Un Clerigo"

This came from @209.214.1.169 on domingo, 17 diciembre 2000 18:13:36



yadder (psych_king_jelly@yahoo.com), wrote:

i was just looking for some stuff as i am doing GCSE Art and the title of the project is "Decorate, Embellish and Adorn". luckily this is only the trial examination (mock), but it's tommorrow and the day after: 10 whole hours of keeping quiet! wow. i am also interested in a picture called "Hylas and the Nymphs." if ANYONE KNOWS WHERE I CAN FIND A COPY OF IT ON THE WEB PLEASE CONTACT ME. I am not looking to buy it just yet as i am only a poor student, but just a copy that i can print out and maybe frame so i can know what it feels like to have such a work of art in my own house. sorry about the stupid e-mail address. bunny x

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wallace (wallace@mixmail.com), wrote:

you hope know mundo friend information.

This came from @216.6.18.252 on martes, 19 diciembre 2000 21:48:21



brat (kathielly@.latinmail.com), wrote:

Hola kat epale

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none of your business (???), wrote:

why dont you know anything??? xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox none of your business.

This came from @63.14.163.150 on viernes, 22 diciembre 2000 01:50:15



none of your business (???), wrote:

why dont you know anything??? xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox none of your business.

This came from @63.14.163.150 on viernes, 22 diciembre 2000 01:50:22



melissa desousa (www.melissa desousa.com), wrote:

i will like to see melissa desousa pictures

This came from @152.31.32.65 on viernes, 22 diciembre 2000 20:28:20



Kristina Werner (kwerner98@yahoo.com), wrote:

i want to know if you have ever heard of a painter called E.Sanchez, probably Spanish and from the turn of the century.

This came from @195.5.79.6 on viernes, 29 diciembre 2000 15:07:00



Ray (tame@tansy.screaming.net), wrote:

I am looking for pictures, on the Web, of the pre-raphelite tapestries depicting sceens from the King Arthur story. I can't remember who they are by. I think there are nine of them and they are very large. Does anyone know where i might find them. Many thanks.

This came from @62.64.176.46 on viernes, 29 diciembre 2000 20:35:30



Rachel (ratt_wlcf@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hey, erm....I'm doing an art project for college on Artists and machinery and I need to find a painting on the net by C.W Nevinson. I don't want to buy anything, I just want something I can print out or copy. Can you help me?

This came from @212.1.136.127 on sábado, 30 diciembre 2000 15:14:35



Ana Garcia Palomares (GarciaPalomares@terra.es), wrote:

How can I go to the Hello Kity®s page?

This came from @212.170.181.188 on sábado, 30 diciembre 2000 17:22:47



Jeffrey Joos (jjoos99@yahoo.com), wrote:

Help I have put the name of Herbert schmalz into a search and I got this site in response. I am trying to find out any info or possible value on a lithograph I have. It is dated 1906 and is a picture of calvary, Mary Mother of Jesus, Mary magdeline, and one of the apostles in the foreground. If anyone knows of this work of art I would love to hear about it. Thanks Jeff Joos

This came from @168.191.29.88 on lunes, 01 enero 2001 02:52:28



SARA (INTUICION@teleline.es), wrote:

I want know everycing about the live and his pictures.

This came from @212.170.172.162 on lunes, 01 enero 2001 20:52:41



SARA (juan.llamas@terra.es), wrote:

Everycing abaut his live and his pictures.

This came from @212.170.172.162 on lunes, 01 enero 2001 21:16:33



Allison Corthine-Webster (???), wrote:

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Allison Corthine-Webster (lazyda1sy@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi I wonder if anyone can help me out, I am writing an essay on Rossetti's 'Monna Vanna' and Collins 'Convent Thoughts'. So far no problem finding stuff on 'Monna Vanna' but not so much luck with 'Convent Thoughts'. I would really appreciate knowing where this painting is so that I can view it. Can anyone help? Many thanks Allison

This came from @158.152.215.116 on miércoles, 03 enero 2001 09:24:52



Andrew J Riley (andrew.riley@astrium-space.com), wrote:

In response to Allison Corthine-Webster: Allison, I did a little searching, try: http://web.ukonline.co.uk/wildbunch/nun.html or http://web.ukonline.co.uk/wildbunch/abframe.html and http://www.artmagick.com/artists/collins1.asp Hope these help (tried you hotmail address but it kept bouncing)

This came from @194.203.13.66 on jueves, 04 enero 2001 15:50:21



daniel neun (daniel.neun@gmx.de), wrote:

where can I get a poster of 'psyche and the golden box' by waterhouse in the internet?

This came from @141.58.234.166 on viernes, 05 enero 2001 00:08:49



Joan H. Atkin (atkinco@epix.net), wrote:

I am looking for the paintings done by Giulio Aristide Sartorio and psoob;e collectors of his work. Thanks

This came from @209.74.47.56 on viernes, 05 enero 2001 22:05:51



Jack Lemon (raj6666@hotmail.com), wrote:

what did were the Links between Pre Rahpalite paintings and victorian societie?

This came from @195.92.67.70 on sábado, 06 enero 2001 12:30:23



aviva harel (mi-ka@hotmail.co.il), wrote:

hello I am looking for more information abouth the pre-raphaelitis painters. Is ther anywhere a web sit for evry painter separatly???Like: d.g. rosetti w.h. hunt j.w. waterhouse and more thank you for more information aviva

This came from @192.116.202.37 on domingo, 07 enero 2001 15:38:04



sir arthur burne jones (???), wrote:

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Dan Kaneh (kanehark@zahav.net.il), wrote:

I am looking for a painting made by Fernand Boal (hope the spelling is right - I am not so sure about it ) Can you guide me where to search for it ? thanks in advance Dan Kaneh

This came from @213.8.186.213 on lunes, 08 enero 2001 18:49:41



Carole Keister (carolekeister@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am still trying to find out how many prints of "The Return From Calvary" were made. Herbert Schmalz was the artist and I found my print at a flea market and would never part with it. It is so meaningful and so valuable to me. Carole Keister

This came from @151.201.86.3 on martes, 09 enero 2001 14:44:31



Carole Keister (carolekeister@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am still trying to find out how many prints of "The Return From Calvary" were made. Herbert Schmalz was the artist and I found my print at a flea market and would never part with it. It is so meaningful and so valuable to me. Carole Keister

This came from @151.201.86.3 on martes, 09 enero 2001 14:44:40



Kristen Baldwin (???), wrote:

???

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??? (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

what ways did people try to kill aurther

This came from @169.150.24.87 on viernes, 12 enero 2001 14:49:02



Francisco (ikabotkrein@hotmail.com), wrote:

In the picture "Lady Shalott looking at Lancelot"... Please, i want to know who is the dark girl in the first plane... I know Lancelot is the man with the armor, Shalott is the red-hair behind the woman... But i don't know who is the woman in the first plane. THANK YOU

This came from @62.83.97.23 on domingo, 14 enero 2001 02:57:08



WENDY (WINDYDAY@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

I HAVE A PRINT FROM A CALIFORNIA GALLERY OF THE LADY OF SHALLOTT WHICH I HAVE HAD AT LEAST 15 YEARS. dO YOU KNOW WHAT IT'S VAULE MIGHT BE?

This came from @216.160.16.67 on domingo, 14 enero 2001 04:55:54



tom (trwland), wrote:

show me the pictures

This came from @152.163.197.63 on domingo, 14 enero 2001 15:26:53



Marlene Harding (hardingmar@hotmail.com), wrote:

Were there any paintings of landscapes done during this period?

This came from @207.40.103.141 on domingo, 14 enero 2001 21:15:41



Catherine Dudoit (PurpleSolid@aol.com), wrote:

Do you have any painting's of "White Hall" plantation done by Christophe Colomb who was married to Francoise Bringier? Her father built the plantation, "Bocage" as a wedding gift for the couple and their offspring, Christopher Jr. built the "Colomb House", near Donaldsonville, Louisiana. In the book "Plantation Parade" by Harriet T. Kane it is listed as one of his great painting. He was my great, great, great, GrandFather and am interested in his travels and paintings. thanks......CDudoit......

This came from @152.163.207.77 on lunes, 15 enero 2001 21:38:49



Marjory Heyd (marjoryheyd@mindspring.com), wrote:

Interested in Herbert Schmalz. Any info re his art would be appreciated

This came from @165.121.194.64 on miércoles, 17 enero 2001 07:19:25



Patricia Gayle Long-Moss (Trishalla@hotmail.com), wrote:

Some years ago I saw an excellant oil of a Huntsman on or standing by a horse with a stag as the quarry, in an enchanted forest with golden light around the kill.I do not know the name of either the artist.Can you help me?

This came from @216.175.78.149 on miércoles, 17 enero 2001 21:27:40



Cynthia (TCDejag@aol.com), wrote:

Can anyone tell me anything about Pierre A. Cot? I saw two of his famous pictures at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Storm and The Swing-(?).How much work did he do? Who did he study with? etc.

This came from @205.188.192.188 on jueves, 18 enero 2001 02:27:10



adam (awillingham@mthsonline.org), wrote:

what did people think about the painter raphaello sanzio (raphael)

This came from @206.131.133.50 on jueves, 18 enero 2001 21:20:53



Kayla (Dreamnxofxed), wrote:

Hello, I was wondering what the symbolism of the red leaf-like pattern in the painting The Bower Meadows (Dante Rossetti) was. The red leaf is on the sleave of the woman on the right foreground. ALSO if it isn't too much trouble do you know what the string instrument is that she is playing?

This came from @205.188.193.47 on viernes, 19 enero 2001 06:39:13



Francine (fc@world.std.com), wrote:

I too (along with Scott, above) am searching for more on Meyer-Gaster. I had a calendar featuring these watercolors in the early 80's, kept and framed a number of pages from it, and I'd love to find more info about the artist, and more of his work. Can anyone help? Thanks.

This came from @199.172.62.5 on sábado, 20 enero 2001 19:21:46



peter frederick (headroe@aol.com), wrote:

i have a 1891 return from calvary. it is approx. 2'x3', is this something I should insure? if so, for how much?

This came from @152.163.197.69 on domingo, 21 enero 2001 09:13:06



D.G.C. (glrydaze54@yahoo.com), wrote:

I really like this art,But I never knew what it was called. Could you please tell me what Pre-Raphaelites mean? Thanks.

This came from @63.46.173.129 on domingo, 21 enero 2001 15:52:04



MarŪa Eugenia Barrios (lindaguil@yupimail.com), wrote:

.....Hola, soy venezolana, tengo 28 aŮos de edad.Linda!

This came from @150.185.144.141 on lunes, 22 enero 2001 18:05:58



milo brockway (surf24@www.com), wrote:

what is pre-raphilites?

This came from @194.238.50.19 on miércoles, 24 enero 2001 10:55:30



Eleazar (eleazar@lycos.com), wrote:

wass up,... I have a simple question,... I want to be a hacker,...but donīt know how to start. Can some body hellp me,...I will be very thank you, if you teach me,...then you will be able to say I have my disiple.... Alejandro

This came from @208.52.17.26 on jueves, 25 enero 2001 01:50:27



Nat (nwolfson@ilap.com), wrote:

Why would you say are the main characteristics of Sandro Botticcelli's art? And can you explain why his linery is so famous?

This came from @216.223.133.97 on viernes, 26 enero 2001 23:57:50



Nat (nwolfson@ilap.com), wrote:

What would you say are the main characteristics of Sandro Botticcelli's art? And can you explain why his linery is so hat

This came from @216.223.133.97 on viernes, 26 enero 2001 23:58:09



Alex Cosand (cosand@freeuk.co.uk), wrote:

One of the prb models was named something like Lucy Siddel, or Sidden. Could someone specify for me? I believe Rosetti painted a "Beata Beatrix", is this correct and was she the model. Who was it who had a disastrous marriage with John Ruskin? I learned these things over 20 years ago for A-level but now I realise how much I have either forgotten or didnt absorb fully! Also, did any of the prb have connections with George DuMaurier. Are there any connections between any of the prb models and "Trilby"? Thanks in anticipation.

This came from @212.126.144.12 on sábado, 27 enero 2001 02:28:13



donnatella@mindspring.com (donnatella@mindspring.com), wrote:

I'm sure you've been asked this before. But, I was wondering if you knew much about "CALVERY" by H.G. Schmalz. I posted a question recently and have been swamped by mail for any information on the print.

This came from @165.121.234.62 on sábado, 27 enero 2001 05:45:41



Leona (mamahass@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for some information on the illustrations of DGR for the 1857 edition of The Moxon Tennison. In perticular I am looking for anything that you would have on the illustration for "The Palace of Art." I was hoping that you could tell me what the story is behind them and possibly who the models were for them. Thank you for you time.

This came from @204.187.30.136 on sábado, 27 enero 2001 18:50:25



Linda Perkuhn (perku@theriver.com), wrote:

Your site is a treasure of inspiration and beauty. Thank you for sharing this with those of us looking for art that expresses more than just color and form. What is the copyright information on the pieces that are not in the museum or private collection? Are any public domain? Again! Thank You!

This came from @208.164.96.91 on domingo, 28 enero 2001 23:08:06



heather griffin (heatgrif@bellsouth.net), wrote:

I am looking for some criticism on Sir Frank Dicksee's "The Two Crowns". I want to know about the meaning behind the painting and about the iconography -- please help!!

This came from @209.214.35.86 on lunes, 29 enero 2001 02:43:32



THUNDER_SHADOW (Seeker_ward@hotmail.com), wrote:

do you have any pictures of theorem paintings

This came from @207.17.231.1 on lunes, 29 enero 2001 20:10:08



leslie (lscottrussell), wrote:

i am looking for a print by Millais called "the romans leaving britain"please let me know of any information

This came from @24.161.70.255 on martes, 30 enero 2001 00:03:57



??? (???), wrote:

What does John Bull's instrument look like?

This came from @205.198.251.212 on miércoles, 31 enero 2001 00:59:06



al zenert (azenert@hotmail.com), wrote:

i have 2 paintings where they were painted on the glass, where the finished product shows through the front. the signature reads "c.v.bodenhausen, munchen, 1/5/1883". if anyone can tell me about them or the artist, it would be appreciatted.

This came from @161.184.18.124 on miércoles, 31 enero 2001 02:55:14



Kim (UPpityWoman72@aol.com), wrote:

Do you know where I could acquire a copy of "Helellil and Hildebrand", The Danish ballad, translated by Whitley Stokes and published in Fraserīs Magazine in January, 1855 ?

This came from @205.188.200.58 on sábado, 03 febrero 2001 01:48:14



Miss Church (FMCC@radley.org.uk), wrote:

Can you send me any pre-raphaelite paintings by James Collinson, which have any conotation to Christina Rossetti?

This came from @62.232.9.130 on sábado, 03 febrero 2001 13:36:15



Clancy O'Hara (seamusemer@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a print of a painting called the Vampire by Philip Burne-Jones. Can anyone help me?

This came from @152.163.194.177 on domingo, 04 febrero 2001 04:13:47



ollie (ojpoole@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can you give me some infomation on armour

This came from @193.193.32.55 on lunes, 05 febrero 2001 20:12:50



Peter (peter@brandersnatch.freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

I have a watercolour by an artist called either Wast Or Wart, I can't read the signature clearly. It is dated 1936 and is called 'A court in Villeneuve les Avignon'. Does anyone have any information on this artist? Thanks. Peter.

This came from @195.92.67.77 on lunes, 05 febrero 2001 22:57:34



melissa hudson (melissa_h_34436@yahoo.com), wrote:

i am a art student and i am looking for info on a number of artise for a rubrick required by my teacher for assignments. i need info on their life birth/death, influences and so on. do you have anything on william adolphe bourgereau.i would really appreciate it.thank you.

This came from @150.176.63.227 on miércoles, 07 febrero 2001 16:19:56



Sonia Ruiz-Ilintxeta Castro (niandradoll@yahoo.es), wrote:

The first of all I would like to congratulate you for this web and the possible resources it offers, maybe it is the best I have found in too many time searching information about Pre-Raphaelite paintings and painters. Also I would like to know more about a picture: "The Hope" ("La Esperanza"). It is a picture I love since I was five years but all my effors to get trascendental explication about its contents have been vain. Thank you very much.

This came from @192.187.16.210 on miércoles, 07 febrero 2001 18:48:33



Andre (meharris1@prodigy.net), wrote:

My son need to draw a picutre of a belgium Francs can you help me. He need it for class

This came from @209.255.140.24 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 01:26:55



andrew zhao (hpzhao@cta.cq.cn), wrote:

Dear Sirs, I am interested in getting the image of The Bridesmaid painted by James Tissot which I have tried to find nothing about the image via the interent. Please help me where I can get it or please send me the image if it is possible. Thanks for your kind help. Andrew Zhao

This came from @61.128.152.223 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 04:40:59



davden (davden @arq.net), wrote:

i have 4 paintings. 2 by w.h.hey {hay} painted 1888 2 by j.ogden painted 1888 they were a wedding gift to my mother in 1927 do you have any information on these artists, the hey paintings are of a place in lancashire (pendle) called fouldridge, i think the ogden paintings are of a place near barrow in furnace lancs.

This came from @64.242.98.6 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 06:14:37



Abi (Podlesaka@castle.dudley.gov.uk), wrote:

What is the Lady of Shallot about?

This came from @212.132.0.67 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 13:39:29



DARLENE (tndrhart2000@yahoo.com), wrote:

I HAVE A PRINT OF A PAINTING BY C.V.BODENHAUSEN AND IT IS PRINTED OUT BY EIVEVISION THE PAINTING IS OF THE MADONNA.I CAN'T SEEM TO FIND OUT ANY OYHER INFORMATION ON THE PAINTING OR THE PRINT I HAVE, LIKE WHERE THE PAINTER CAME FROM OR ANY OTHER INFORMATION ON THE PRINT ,IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME I WOULD BE GREATFUL.THANKS DARLENE

This came from @205.243.60.13 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 19:01:29



Colin (peanutandnutmeg@beeb.net), wrote:

I have been searching high and low on the Internet for a picture called 'Elegance' by Sir Francis Dicksee. I know he painted it as I have seen a copy in a gallery and also found a reference to it on another site. Do you know Where I can obtain an image for my collection? I would be very grateful if you could find out for me. Yours in anticipation and with many thanks. Colin

This came from @213.123.56.232 on jueves, 08 febrero 2001 21:49:27



Vlad Krasnov (cayman@rbcmail.ru), wrote:

Hello! I am very interested in painting of Hans Zatzka. I search for his detail biography and information about his skill. Help me, please!

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Kris (rkc.8izenuf@juno.com), wrote:

What is the meaning behind "the two crowns" by Dicksee? Anyone got the whole story? thanks

This came from @64.20.39.102 on domingo, 11 febrero 2001 23:34:10



dave (cleandave@yahoo.com), wrote:

are you a painter? I am and have recently been working on a painting of a fairy on a beach. This i finmd somewhat inspiring thanks.

This came from @64.114.15.127 on lunes, 12 febrero 2001 23:33:29



scott craig (snotti@home.com), wrote:

i am getting married in 7 months.as a surprise i am arranging the invitations...i am having a little trouble trying to find 150 blank postcards(invites)of "la belle dame sans merci" by keates....any info would be greatly appreciated! thank-you

This came from @206.47.244.62 on martes, 13 febrero 2001 19:33:38



Ardath Hyer (ardathandsteve@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have a print of a painting by Luke Fildes called "The Village Wedding". I am curious to how much it is worth. It was given as a spure of the moment wedding gift by a very unusual woman who collects art. It is signed by S. Luke Fildes, Pinx 1883 or 1885 in the bottom left hand corner and in the right hand corner it says Gravure Gebbie & Co. If you have any idea please drop me a line. I would really appretiate it.

This came from @64.60.123.194 on martes, 13 febrero 2001 22:41:36



Laurel (laurelatl@hotmail.com), wrote:

This is not a question, more an announcement. After reading through many of your questions I found that I know many answers, but didn't post them because there are too many responses. Pre-Raphaelite art has been a passion of mine for years and I've tried to learn as much concerning it as possible. If any of you have questions on specific artists (mostly the original brotherhood), models, and backgrounds to some works, I may be able to help you. I have some time so I could answer some of your questions promptly. I would love to share conversations on the topic so feel free to email me with questions pertaining to the PRB.

This came from @209.214.21.102 on jueves, 15 febrero 2001 20:47:27



Laurel (laurelatl@hotmail.com), wrote:

in response to Alex Cosand's post (i tried to email the answer, but it was returned). 1)the Rossetti model was Elizabeth Siddal, also his wife who committed suicide. he ended up burying some of his literary works with her and later had her exhumed (long story). She was also in other prb works, one by Holman Hunt comes to mind (can give you more info if you email me). 2)as far as the Ruskin thing goes. Millais did a portrait of Ruskin in Scotland. Millais later ended up running off with Ruskin's wife Effie. hope that helps.

This came from @209.214.21.102 on jueves, 15 febrero 2001 20:56:51



Laurel (laurelatl@hotmail.com), wrote:

ok, one more post. i see many requesting prints. here's a link that may help..wasn't someone looking for dicksee? http://www.illusionsgallery.com/

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ma. fernanda (hnbnmm), wrote:

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Maevey (SidheMeabh@aol.com), wrote:

Hello, I am looking for a site of info on the Danish Ballad that Meeting on the Turret stairs is based on. Anybody know where I can find it? Thanks for any help. ~~~Maevey

This came from @205.188.193.181 on domingo, 18 febrero 2001 07:49:57



Elaine Grieb (grieb@usit.net), wrote:

I am searching for information about Al Wettel who did landscapes in the 1950's. I have three of his heliotypes(?), Airborne Kitty Hawk, Steamboat Days and Superstition Mountain. Do you have any information? Your site came up when I did a search.

This came from @216.80.162.62 on domingo, 18 febrero 2001 21:43:08



gangster (puding@hotmail.cpm), wrote:

where can i find mideval executioner picture

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Bekah (hippie_godes@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for a medieval painting. I think it is called "Meeting in a stairwell". The painting is of a man in armour going down a staircase and a women going up, her arm is around his chest like an embrace. If you could send me a site or links to where I can find this painting that would be great

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bekah (???), wrote:

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Bekah (hippie_godes@yahoo.com), wrote:

In reading earlier messages I found the real name and time that the painting was done, but thatnks anyway.

This came from @62.104.219.83 on lunes, 19 febrero 2001 20:41:36



MarŪa B. Gutiťrrez (batesamecent@guate.net), wrote:

I want to know more abouth proserpine, Why and what is the fruit in her hand, what's the proposite of all the elements. Thanks so much

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MarŪa B. Gutiťrrez (batesamecent@guate.net), wrote:

I want to know more abouth proserpine, Why and what is the fruit in her hand, what's the proposite of all the elements. Thanks so much

This came from @200.41.104.235 on martes, 20 febrero 2001 17:07:09



Heather (nokomiswolfsong@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for the name of or information on the model for Edmund B. Leighton's painting "The Accolade".

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laura barry (???), wrote:

what was the manor house like.

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laura barry (???), wrote:

what wher thhe villegers houses like inside and out.

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Laurel (laurelatl@hotmail.com), wrote:

to maria: the fruit in the painting is a pomegranate. you can read more about the story behind it here http://www.thecolors.com/womenimages1/ow1.html -Laurel rebelwriters.com

This came from @209.214.23.39 on miércoles, 21 febrero 2001 21:20:39



marjorie mccormack (ssmmm88@aol.com), wrote:

do you know of any web sites i can get information on ancient iseral?????????????????

This came from @205.188.197.36 on miércoles, 21 febrero 2001 23:40:35



barb campbell (campbellbj@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a painting titled the princess at work. I believe the artist is atkins? do you have any knowledge of this?

This came from @205.200.254.110 on miércoles, 21 febrero 2001 23:49:57



john hughes (hughes29@bellsouth.net), wrote:

I am trying to find a print or poster or something of a piece by aurther hacker called the archive of the brave or something like that. Could you please tell me if you know where i could find something in that nature. The orginal painting is in the Telfair Museum in Savannah Georgia. Thanks

This came from @208.63.188.131 on jueves, 22 febrero 2001 03:06:52



Alice (mart@apollo.lv), wrote:

i can't find a picture of "madonna with the yarn-winder" by leonardo da vinci. there is no original painting at all, it has survived only in copies, the best one is in the duke of buccleuch collection, boughton kettering. could you please find it? i need it for my scientific work. alice.

This came from @195.13.180.69 on jueves, 22 febrero 2001 10:50:04



nick (npost1112@hotmail.com), wrote:

do u know any good sites were women are sitting on cars and do u hav any pics of women ill give u some send to npost1112@hotmail.com

This came from @156.63.113.45 on jueves, 22 febrero 2001 16:27:46



Kathy Lodge (kathy_lodge@harlequin.ca), wrote:

Where can I find actual pictures of the works of Henry Peach Robinson?

This came from @204.50.182.62 on jueves, 22 febrero 2001 19:35:06



Judy Gallup (???), wrote:

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Robi Marshall (fmchristian@home.com), wrote:

What do you consider to be the best sources to get copy prints of these paintings. I am an English Literature teacher and wish to use these as we cover the great literature of the western civilization. Thanks!

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nuria madriles farro (nmadriles@mixmail.com), wrote:

quiero saber algo de eduard norton

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soon to be joyous joy (moretonjoy@hotmail.com), wrote:

Is there anybody outhere who knows anything about, or web sites for:- 1.Millais'-'The Bridesmaid'and 2.Waterhouse's 'The mermaid' just info on these specific paintings would be extremly useful. also the legends of mermaids- didn't they used to sing to sailors or something? cheers ASAP

This came from @195.92.194.20 on lunes, 26 febrero 2001 14:14:49



soon to be joyous joy (moretonjoy@hotmail.com), wrote:

Is there anybody outhere who knows anything about, or web sites for:- 1.Millais'-'The Bridesmaid'and 2.Waterhouse's 'The mermaid' just info on these specific paintings would be extremly useful. also the legends of mermaids- didn't they used to sing to sailors or something? cheers ASAP

This came from @195.92.194.20 on lunes, 26 febrero 2001 14:15:00



Dawn McConnell (DawnMcCn@cs.com), wrote:

I am not very smart with computers. I would like to download some of your delightful Pre-Raphelite images in order to create charts for my petit point. Can you please tell me how I download the image onto a disc? Thank you. Dawn McConnell

This came from @205.188.199.29 on lunes, 26 febrero 2001 18:04:32



Amie (CinderellaHixson@aol.com), wrote:

i am looking for a picture of a girl on a swing and there is a guy sitting with her and i don't know the name of it help me out please

This came from @152.163.201.68 on lunes, 26 febrero 2001 23:24:14



Lisa Nicoll (nicoll5@hotmail.com), wrote:

I did a search on "The Lady of Sharlott"; I am looking for the author of the poem, I realize it is also a painting.

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Laurel (???), wrote:

Tennyson wrote the Lady Of Shalott

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??? (???), wrote:

This came from @208.31.95.84 on miércoles, 28 febrero 2001 03:42:27



andrea (jerdrew@chargerpower.net), wrote:

I was wondering if anyone knows where i can get a reproduction of fredrick w. burtons "the meeting on the turret stairs". I have found several sites to buy prints but none where i can get oil on canvas.

This came from @64.20.160.132 on miércoles, 28 febrero 2001 04:57:20



rachel (sugar_cups_12_2003@yahoo.com), wrote:

Is there any information on Sandra Day O'Connor that has to do with her life and her choice on picking her career and how she has an effect in society?

This came from @216.186.49.239 on miércoles, 28 febrero 2001 19:09:53



A. Carpenter (acarpenter@aol.com), wrote:

I have a 1906 print of "The Return from Calvary," in its original frame, by Herbert Schmalz, and am looking for the value. Please e-mail me if you know the value.

This came from @151.198.133.99 on jueves, 01 marzo 2001 04:07:27



Octavi Freixas (ofreixas@teleline.es), wrote:

Is there any painting or drawing on the "Idylls of the King" by Tennyson. Thank your for all your kindness Octavi

This came from @213.96.52.9 on jueves, 01 marzo 2001 10:40:38



Debbi (Dmon849764@aol.com), wrote:

Help !!!! I have a Jessie Wilcox Smith 1908 print.printed by Collier & Son...It's 2 little girls 1 is sleeping with her head on a round rock type thing and thwe other little girl is bending over her ..Looks like the bottom of a bird bath next to them in the garden....I just would like the name of the print or maybe a good book with Jessie Wilcox Smith prints in it (like a poster book) anyways if you have any clues e-mail me Thanks

This came from @64.12.102.49 on viernes, 02 marzo 2001 04:06:06



Dawn (dharkin@citycol.ac.uk), wrote:

Who is Boderhausen? I have two pictures painted on glass dated 1883 - can anyone tell me more about either the types of paintings of the artist

This came from @195.92.194.19 on viernes, 02 marzo 2001 18:03:26



Leo Goudreau (Leonidas33062@aol.com), wrote:

I have a painting Certified to be an original oil painting by Rosetti Certified by M39 and painted by Rosetti.It has been frame by Glendale of New York . The picture is (sails boat in a mist or fog} thje color are a burn orange, What do I have and if it has any value.

This came from @205.188.195.33 on lunes, 05 marzo 2001 17:13:23



DW Landers (dlanders@gaedeke), wrote:

I am trying to locate information on an British painter in the 19th century that painted portraits. One in particular is a girl holding a few daisies and is clothed in a white dress standing a grassy field setting. I am told it was circa 1880. I believe the name of the artist is JA Page or JA Pace. Any information would be appreciated.

This came from @216.61.63.185 on lunes, 05 marzo 2001 22:00:42



Allison (none), wrote:

what did medevial kings dress like?

This came from @63.171.70.191 on lunes, 05 marzo 2001 22:59:36



Susy Woods (susyw4h@jvil.com), wrote:

Are the pre-Raphaelite painters closer to the Russian symbolists who were very mystical or the Russian Acmeist who wanted to bring art back to earth?

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Carol Garrett (cGarrett@CKR.com), wrote:

I inherited a painting with a notation of Mcn AD; Braun Cl Braun Clement & CU SUCCI(I. The painting shows a woman holding a small child. Kneeling to her right is what appears to be a holy man. Any information would be appreciated

This came from @207.141.201.35 on martes, 06 marzo 2001 20:02:08



Carol Garrett (CGarrett@CKR.com), wrote:

I have a painting approximately 20 x 28 depicting a woman holding a child (Jesus?) at her feet are two cherubs and on her right, kneeling or bowing, is a holy man. Various faces are barely visible in the background on the right and in the holy man's robes. The picture says: Mon AD; Braun CL Braun Clement & CU SUCC(I). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @207.141.201.35 on martes, 06 marzo 2001 21:13:42



Scott Foster (fosters005@hawaii.rr.com), wrote:

Aloha: I come to your lovely page occassionally and browse. Thank you. I am looking for a Pre-Raphaelite called something like "Grief of the young king" a handsome young king sitting on his throne with his face covered in grief. Any idea? Regards - Scott Foster

This came from @24.165.54.105 on miércoles, 07 marzo 2001 11:31:39



Scott Foster (fosters005@hawaii.rr.com), wrote:

Aloha: I come to your lovely page occassionally and browse. Thank you. I am looking for a Pre-Raphaelite called something like "Grief of the young king" a handsome young king sitting on his throne with his face covered in grief. Any idea? Regards - Scott Foster

This came from @24.165.54.105 on miércoles, 07 marzo 2001 11:31:49



chris mccloud (slipnot10129834@aol.com), wrote:

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wanda (wanda273), wrote:

teuherauaeaty

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wanda (wanda273), wrote:

teuherauaeaty

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Alfredo de Prado Leal (tangano@yahoo.com), wrote:

Well, Iīve been searching for a picture for a long time but I just canīt get to it. (This is justified because I do not know its name) Iīve seen it once and it appears an old Knight riding a horse with two children in his back by river Thames(Iīm not sure) The title is something like "Sir xxxxx xxxxx by river xxxxx" I hope you to help me, thanks a lot for attending this message

This came from @159.237.12.40 on viernes, 09 marzo 2001 17:51:12



Meenu (sexymeenu@hotmail.com), wrote:

I need information on The role that Pre- Raphaelites played in carrying on Arthurian legend? I would really appreciate if you could help me.

This came from @63.61.222.122 on viernes, 09 marzo 2001 21:42:23



??? (???), wrote:

I HAVE A PICASSO LITHOGRAPH 1948 AND A PICTURE. WHO COULD TELL ME IT'S NAME AND AN ESTIMATED PRICE??? THANKS FOR YOUR LISTENING. NANCY.. SASSY77NANCY@AOL.COM

This came from @205.188.198.52 on sábado, 10 marzo 2001 02:30:16



Marie Davidson (m.n.s.davidson@bigpond.com.au), wrote:

Who was the wife of Edward Byrne-Jones the famous painter. I know that she was originally a McDonald but I'm not sure of her maiden name. I am researching my family tree.

This came from @139.134.27.66 on domingo, 11 marzo 2001 12:12:31



Marie Davidson (m.n.s.davidson@bigpond.com.au), wrote:

I would like to know if Margaret Byrne-Jones is related to the Banford family in any way. Am researching my family tree and would appreciate any assistance. Cheers Marie

This came from @139.134.27.66 on domingo, 11 marzo 2001 12:50:02



glasser emilie (emilie.glasser@caramail.com), wrote:

I am currently in third year at the university of strasbourg (france) and have to make an expose dealing with " protitution in the pre raphalites' painting". Could you give me some informations about it? Thank you and sorry for the mistakes (my english is far from being perfect!)

This came from @193.248.193.50 on domingo, 11 marzo 2001 14:21:59



Hira (akmal514@yahoo.ca), wrote:

do you have anything that tell what does male cats do or have and what does female cats do or have and what does kittens do or have but i don't want informations about peoples cats all i want is informations for my cat project

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??? (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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Student at Glasgow University (0005734s@student.gla.ac.uk), wrote:

I am researching the Pre-Raphaelites interpretation of the theme of 'work' (rural). This site does not contain any such pictures or information. Could you please e-mail me with any useful information or names of paintings. Thanks!

This came from @130.209.6.40 on lunes, 12 marzo 2001 12:52:52



Student at Glasgow University (0005734s@student.gla.ac.uk), wrote:

I am researching the Pre-Raphaelites interpretation of the theme of 'work' (rural). This site does not contain any such pictures or information. Could you please e-mail me with any useful information or names of paintings. Thanks!

This came from @130.209.6.40 on lunes, 12 marzo 2001 12:53:02



Rick DeHart (r_dehart@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a print which is signed "AL Wettel" or "AB Wettel" I think. I'm relatively sure of the A and the Wettel but not the second initial. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @205.225.181.2 on lunes, 12 marzo 2001 17:18:52



Rick DeHart (r_dehart@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a print which is signed "AL Wettel" or "AB Wettel" I think. I'm relatively sure of the A and the Wettel but not the second initial. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I'm sorry in my previous note I forgot to mention the name of the print. It is: "Canal in Flanders".

This came from @205.225.181.2 on lunes, 12 marzo 2001 17:30:06



Rick DeHart (r_dehart@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am seeking any information on the two artist who did the paintings that recently found their way, via an inlaw, into our house. They are "Contessa Di Orsini" by Duartz (I think). The second is of an old jewish man done by Dawson (thought to be Australian, the painter I mean).

This came from @205.225.181.2 on lunes, 12 marzo 2001 17:45:14



marie haddad (mmhaddad@earthlink.net), wrote:

I am looking for an interpretation of the painting "The Lady of Shallot"

This came from @166.90.38.119 on martes, 13 marzo 2001 06:38:42



Nadine Lacombe (nl@interdenrees.com), wrote:

I am leaving in Paris and desesperatly looking for reprint of preraphaelites pictures. Where could I go in Paris to purchase these printings ? Many thanks in advance for your answer. Kindest regards Nadine Lacombe

This came from @193.252.29.199 on martes, 13 marzo 2001 16:26:31



Karolyn Ralston (varkdr24@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on a print by Arthur J. Elsey called Private and Confidential. There is a notation on the back of the print that it was done by the Thomas Murphy Company in 1906. Any ideas you have would be helpful. Thanks, Karolyn

This came from @208.23.101.254 on miércoles, 14 marzo 2001 17:36:17



Ian (ijhewson2@netscapeonline.co.uk), wrote:

Have you any idea which gallery holds 'Flaming June' by Frederic Leighton please? It seems to illude me on the web! Many Thanks Ian

This came from @62.125.140.144 on lunes, 19 marzo 2001 23:00:00



Chris (punkkid1216@aol.com), wrote:

Is there a animal sysmbol of persephone?

This came from @205.188.193.152 on martes, 20 marzo 2001 02:59:48



dean (strei67@aol.com), wrote:

there is a picture of a poet who killed himself. i can never remember the name of it. he has on, i believe, purple pantaloons. the colors are very vibrant in the actual picture. unfortunately when i see it in books, the colors do not compare to the actual painting. can you help me find a great likeness of this??

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Rob (Jugde_rob@hotmail.com), wrote:

who did a castle defended it self in a siege?

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gfjfbirle (bhckdnsiuhseki), wrote:

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gfjfbirle (bhckdnsiuhseki), wrote:

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Richard Atkey (ratkey@env.gov.ab.ca), wrote:

I have a question concerning a print I have of the painting Little Miss Muffet done by the artist J. E. Millais. I have taken down the printing that is on the lower border of the print word for word as follows: " Painted by J. Everett Millais R.A. London. Published Sept 1, 1885 by Thomas McLean & Haymarket. Published by appointment to Her Majesty & H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. Engraved by S. Cousins R.A. & T.S. Atkinson. Little Mys Muffet On the print itself is a crown and the date 1884 and embossed in the lower right corner of the border are the letters QVP. Can you provide any information regarding the print including the possible value? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Richard Atkey

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??? (???), wrote:

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Leigh (perryvivian@aol.com), wrote:

Why did Sir Frank Dicksee paint "The Two Crowns"? What is happening in this painting? What do the two crowns represent?

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palomera 13 (palomera13@eresmas.com), wrote:

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what's a good website for raphael? (???), wrote:

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fuck you (???), wrote:

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ann hall (???), wrote:

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George Wilson (gwilson@vicon.net), wrote:

Seeking information on Braun Clement Co

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George Wilson (gwilson@vicon.net), wrote:

Seeking information on Braun Clement Co

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Teresa G. (scooters166@email.msn.com), wrote:

I am searching for a painting or print called "The Return From Calvary" by Herbert Schmalz. If you have any information, I would really appreciated it. Thanks, Teresa G.

This came from @63.36.6.216 on martes, 27 marzo 2001 22:01:32



treeby (ztreeby@stupid.com), wrote:

Is it true the more you know the faster you can run? Cuase I kind of know alot and when i run if i think hard on it i move a bit quiker. And i found that pushing hard with your feet you don't go as fast.

This came from @204.113.91.19 on martes, 27 marzo 2001 23:13:34



Nicholas Ramos (frameone@aaartmall-framone.com), wrote:

Am seeking picture of artist john henry stock, additional biography information and specific information on his painting "rapture" painted circa 1880 to 1914. Any assistance will be appreciated

This came from @207.227.82.103 on miércoles, 28 marzo 2001 00:35:57



Nicholas Ramos (frameone@aaartmall-framone.com), wrote:

Am seeking picture of artist john henry stock, additional biography information and specific information on his painting "rapture" painted circa 1880 to 1914. Any assistance will be appreciated

This came from @207.227.82.103 on miércoles, 28 marzo 2001 00:36:15



Mark Walker (walkdom@home.com), wrote:

Who was the model for John Millais' Mariana (1851) and do you have any imformation about her?

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jairo (???), wrote:

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jairo (gfsnhsy), wrote:

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JUAN LEO (???), wrote:

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Garrett M. O'Hara (garlyn5@earthlink.net), wrote:

I'm no expert either. I have appreciated PRB and related since high school--I'm pushing 50 this year. This period touches something me in ways no others have. I have a nice Tate Gallery print of Millais' "Ophelia" and am interested in obtaining Hunt's "Awakening Conscience", if any exist. I'd like to find good reference books as well. I have a few on hand but would like a good authoritative work on the subject. Any suggestions? Many thanks, Garrett M. O'Hara

This came from @63.15.249.63 on sábado, 31 marzo 2001 00:56:15



J. LaPerle (Mjbh1@aol.com), wrote:

I have a painting by Herbert G. Schmalz called "The Silent Witness". If you have any information on the history or value of this work, please contact me at your earliest convenience. Thank you! J. LaPerle

This came from @32.102.244.65 on domingo, 01 abril 2001 05:23:35



Theresa (tjmarquez@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am working on an 8-page research paper for an Art History class on Edmund Blair-Leighton. I am finding sites with posters of his works but very little biographical info or info on style, etc. Can anyone help with information or resources? Thanks, tjmarquez@hotmail.com

This came from @207.188.151.208 on domingo, 01 abril 2001 05:24:32



Tonya Licker (Lillian1826@Aol.com), wrote:

I am looking around to see if anyone has a picture entitled Godspeed done by Edmund Blair Leigton.

This came from @152.163.207.71 on domingo, 01 abril 2001 14:55:34



Noel (martin@net2000.com.au), wrote:

Alfred de Breanski I own one of his paintings. Have you any idea as to what his paintings sell for?

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burne-jones (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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ian rogers (ianijr@hotmail.com), wrote:

what influences were there to deem Turner,Reynolds, and Leighton as western canon's of art.

This came from @194.80.49.42 on miércoles, 04 abril 2001 14:27:58



SANDRA (FRIBBLE107@AOL.COM), wrote:

I HAVE A PICTURE THAT APPEARS TO BE VERY OLD. IT IS A PRINT CALLED "THE RETURN FROM CALVARY" IT WAS PAINTED BY HERBERT SCHMALZ. ALSO PRINTED AT THE TOP IS THE HUGO GUTTMANN, NEW YORK, SOLE AGENT IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. CAN YOU OR ANYONE TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE PICTURE OR IF IT HAS ANY VALUE TO IT. I CAN TELL THAT IT IS VERY OLD. THANK YOU SANDIE

This came from @205.188.198.39 on jueves, 05 abril 2001 01:47:46



Miss Michelle (missmichelle1600), wrote:

I am wondering if you might know the poem that accompanies Edward Robert Hughes painting, Night with Her Train of Stars and Great Gift of Sleep, 1915? W E Henley's poem 'I M Margaritae Sorori', no 35 in his Echoes, 1872-89. I am not having very much luck finding this one or a biography on this painting. Any idea as to what the artist was saying with this painting?

This came from @208.128.138.33 on domingo, 08 abril 2001 03:15:59



tony (rubberrabbituk @ hotmail.com), wrote:

is there any infomation u could give me on an inger pinx (german) does wall plaques

This came from @64.12.102.52 on martes, 10 abril 2001 18:41:13



mannee (mannee3@yahoo.com), wrote:

what was the motivation of the pre-raphaelite artist and poets? what was their point in this type of work?

This came from @207.233.95.14 on martes, 10 abril 2001 19:02:04



mannee (mannee3@yahoo.com), wrote:

what was the motivation of the pre-raphaelite artist and poets? what was their point in this type of work?

This came from @207.233.95.14 on martes, 10 abril 2001 19:02:17



DARLENE (tdheart@megalink.net), wrote:

IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN GIVE ME ANY INFORMATION ON C.V.BODENHAUSEN. I HAVE A PRINT MADE FROM A PAINTING OF HIS.

This came from @205.243.60.13 on miércoles, 11 abril 2001 13:51:50



Penny Scott (jinjihad@ix.netcom.com), wrote:

Do you know anything about Clement Braun, photogravurist, ie when did he live, how valuable is his work?

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ANIBAL (???), wrote:

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jeremy green (rangeantiques@hotmail.com.au), wrote:

i would like any information about apainting i have by W.Anstey Dolland an english artist he apparently died around 1928,his style seems to be pre-raphelite.thankyou

This came from @139.134.193.217 on jueves, 12 abril 2001 23:41:32



jeremy green (rangeantiques@hotmail.com.au), wrote:

i would like any information about apainting i have by W.Anstey Dolland an english artist he apparently died around 1928,his style seems to be pre-raphelite.thankyou

This came from @139.134.193.217 on jueves, 12 abril 2001 23:41:47



matthew scott (matthew_c_scott@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a picture which seems to have been made by Clement Braun -a famous 19th century French photogravurist. I have two questions: 1. What sort of price could I ask for the picture (i.e. how much do his pictures usually sell for?) 2. The picture itself is of a woman who holds a broken pitcher in one hand and a bunch of flowers gathered in her robes with the other. The picture is mostly creamy white, with a rosy brown coloured background. Any idea who the painter was? Thanks for any help

This came from @195.198.190.192 on sábado, 14 abril 2001 16:59:55



matthew scott (matthew_c_scott@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a picture which seems to have been made by Clement Braun -a famous 19th century French photogravurist. I have three questions: 1. What sort of price could I ask for the picture (i.e. how much do his pictures usually sell for?) 2. The picture itself is of a woman who holds a broken pitcher in one hand and a bunch of flowers gathered in her robes with the other. The picture is mostly creamy white, with a rosy brown coloured background. Any idea who the painter was? 3. Is there a web-site where I might be able to view some of his other work? Thanks for any help

This came from @195.198.190.192 on sábado, 14 abril 2001 17:00:53



Gloria Henderson (poi1@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a Picture that was given to me in a will, that left me with it. It says "corot", But I can't find it in art museums. I'm not sure but I think that it could be a very rare corot picture. Please E-mail me ASAP on what to do! Thanks Gloria

This came from @152.163.194.179 on sábado, 14 abril 2001 18:32:02



Gloria Henderson (poi1@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a Picture that was given to me in a will, that left me with it. It says "corot", But I can't find it in art museums. I'm not sure but I think that it could be a very rare corot picture. Please E-mail me ASAP on what to do! Thanks Gloria

This came from @152.163.194.179 on sábado, 14 abril 2001 18:32:24



Thomas O'Neal (The creeke), wrote:

I have a book of 32 prints 9 X 12, By Guy Rowe. I know Rowe did a lot of work for Time Magazine. The prints are Old testament in subject and were printed by New York Oxford University Press 1950.I know they are not of extraordinary value. However I was wondering if they are worth the cost of framing? I have no intrest in selling them. I do admire the work, and am wondering if you can direct me to a web-site with some information on his work.. Thank you for your time Thomas P O'Neal

This came from @64.12.102.158 on miércoles, 18 abril 2001 00:48:48



Thomas O'Neal (The creeke), wrote:

I have a book of 32 prints 9 X 12, By Guy Rowe. I know Rowe did a lot of work for Time Magazine. The prints are Old testament in subject and were printed by New York Oxford University Press 1950.I know they are not of extraordinary value. However I was wondering if they are worth the cost of framing? I have no intrest in selling them. I do admire the work, and am wondering if you can direct me to a web-site with some information on his work.. Thank you for your time Thomas P O'Neal

This came from @64.12.102.158 on miércoles, 18 abril 2001 00:49:15



Wendy Lang (wenlan@melbourne.vic.gov.au), wrote:

Do you know who painted the "Oracle of Delphi"? (woman on a stool which is placed over a crack in the ground, which has steam/smoke escaping from it). It looks like a pre-raph. thanks

This came from @203.26.235.2 on jueves, 19 abril 2001 07:24:20



Brigida Portales Rubio (fokipoki@latinmail.com), wrote:

Quiriro se ber si hay iconos para los moviles de hello kity.

This came from @62.36.68.142 on domingo, 22 abril 2001 16:53:16



Candice (isis1313@sympatico.ca), wrote:

I am presently taking Romanasism in History class and I was wondering if the Pre-Raphaelite paintings fall into this catagory? My history teacher wasn't sure as art is not his strong point.

This came from @209.226.119.110 on lunes, 23 abril 2001 00:00:08



tcouch (tcouch@mail.findlay.edu), wrote:

I am most interested in finding information on a british engraver named Samuel S. Smith. S. Smith is known to have been alive from approx. 1809 to1880's and may of done a commissioned work for Queen Victoria. Any reference material reguarding him or his works would be greatly appreciated. THANX,TCOUCH

This came from @206.244.85.237 on lunes, 23 abril 2001 08:27:01



Judd (Juddweiser@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print or even an online image of Charles Edward Perugini's "A Girl Feeding A Parrot". It hold great importance to me and it used to be available as a reproduction. If anyone has it, knows where to find it, or knows where the original is please let me know. Thanks.....

This came from @205.188.200.156 on miércoles, 25 abril 2001 03:13:54



Olga Gamzina (???), wrote:

???

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diksee (???), wrote:

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Katrina Stanton (mashedpotato_1@hotmail.com), wrote:

At school, I'm doing an Art project, and my chosen subject is the Pre-Raphelite brotherhood. I wondered if you could give me any other good sites for romantic pictures. I particually like the pictures of single women in long floaty medieval dresses etc. because I'd like to think that this period of time was responsible was the girl independance power we now have in the 21st century. Please send me site/book/museum names. Thank you.

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??? (???), wrote:

can you get me pictures of queens from the middle ages

This came from @152.163.194.209 on viernes, 27 abril 2001 23:45:14



kelly (butterflybaby149@aol.com), wrote:

can you send me some irish paintings and costumes from ireland thankyou

This came from @205.188.193.181 on sábado, 28 abril 2001 03:37:53



kelly (butterflybaby149@aol.com), wrote:

can you send me some irish paintings and costumes from ireland thankyou

This came from @205.188.193.181 on sábado, 28 abril 2001 03:38:06



raj aryan (r_aryan@sify.com), wrote:

ur coll and how ru

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harryhelm (harry.helm@virgin.net), wrote:

???

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Harry Helm (harry.helm@virgin.net), wrote:

Find me a ghost story that a student has made up and written for gcse english

This came from @62.252.0.5 on domingo, 29 abril 2001 20:46:10



jayson smith (j_dog911@hotmail.com), wrote:

I need a picture of the round table and the knights of the round table. Where can i find them ?

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ema (hsgfsk@eisa.net.au), wrote:

hello all

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Matt (Truama052@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a pront of the Dali painting "Birth of a Divinity" and can not find it anywhere. does anyone have any leads i could look into

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Matt (Truama052@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for a pront of the Dali painting "Birth of a Divinity" and can not find it anywhere. does anyone have any leads i could look into

This came from @63.28.216.78 on martes, 01 mayo 2001 21:55:06



Katie ness (Jeanettekeane@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can you please find me any beautiful paintings of Angels and cherubs preferably done by the famous artists Monet, micolangelo,or Rosette,thank you for your help.

This came from @213.48.236.174 on miércoles, 02 mayo 2001 18:56:29



jenna fine (???), wrote:

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Merlyn (magicmerlyn50@hotmail.commerl), wrote:

I have a print in my family for years. It is somehow done on glass and was copywrighted in NewYork by the Ullman MFC CO..it is on glass and looks almost like a watercolor painting. IT is over a 100 years old and is a blonde girl standing in a woods holding a rose...Any idea to find out what kind of art or photo peice this is? I have searched and searched. Merlyn

This came from @206.101.242.110 on jueves, 03 mayo 2001 12:37:49



Eliza Soule (elizasoule@earthlink.net), wrote:

Hello! I wanted to thank you for having such a lovely site! I love the Pre-Raphaelites. There are three paintings that I think are from the same era (I'm no art historian!), but I'm not certain who the artists are. Can you tell me? The first is of Romeo and Juliet kissing on the balcony. Romeo has one leg almost over the edge. The second I think may be called "Journey's End" and depicts a man in a simple robe kneeling before a lady with the most wonderfully earnest expression on his face. The third I think is called "Library" or "Reading Lesson" and is a darker painting of a man reading to a woman in a library type setting. Thank you so much for your time! Eliza

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huck (hukriede@webtv.net or hukriede@loretel.net), wrote:

i have a jean corot that says (paysage) on front it is starting to fox a littel and a jean chardin still life want to know the value of them might bee i know they are verry old and have some value to them i have did a lot of research on them i beleave corots is an orginal print on the chardin still life on back it says no53 chardin still life (imco)

This came from @209.240.220.232 on sábado, 05 mayo 2001 22:04:23



huck (hukriede@webtv.net or hukriede@loretel.net), wrote:

i have a jean corot that says (paysage) on front it is starting to fox a littel and a jean chardin still life want to know the value of them might bee i know they are verry old and have some value to them i have did a lot of research on them i beleave corots is an orginal print on the chardin still life on back it says no53 chardin still life (imco) please email me asap with any info thanks

This came from @209.240.220.232 on sábado, 05 mayo 2001 22:05:00



Angela (mckenzie02@webtv.net), wrote:

I have two very old prints by Henry Ryland. Can anyone point me in the right direction to see what they might be worth or what similar works have gone for? Thanks to anyone for your input.

This came from @209.240.220.152 on lunes, 07 mayo 2001 04:43:22



Teri Bollweg (uktab@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

Do you have a link for a painting by Grimshaw, John Atkinson called "Spirit of the Night"?

This came from @12.88.111.117 on jueves, 10 mayo 2001 18:03:28



Sharon (brithaul@aol.com), wrote:

We have a painting we believe is by a dutch artist of the 1800,s entitled "Sirens". It may be by an artist known as Gerard or Gerhard. Any hints?

This came from @152.163.213.46 on viernes, 11 mayo 2001 01:06:10



Linda (LBCrum@webtv.net), wrote:

have old picture of The Village Wedding it signed Luke Fildes 1883 need to know its worth if any.

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AMPARO (BIOYGES@YAHOO.COM), wrote:

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Linda (LBCrum @ web tv.net), wrote:

Im looking for a buyer for A print I have of The Village Wedding By Sir Luke Fildes dated 1883 orA price range of value on it

This came from @209.240.220.192 on lunes, 14 mayo 2001 21:28:26



norma (capahonas@webtv.net), wrote:

i have a murillo print of madonna and child the original hangs in the pitti gallery.. the print is 75 years or older 11 by 15....are prints worth anything?? thanks norma

This came from @209.240.220.184 on lunes, 14 mayo 2001 21:50:30



felipe trelles (felipetrelles@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a canvas oil paint by hans zastka, 82 cmsx 52cm.the paint has 3 womens one of them is playing an arp, another one is behind like dancing and the other one is embracing a little angel. I am interest in knowing more less how much the price on a paint like this will be.

This came from @200.13.227.230 on jueves, 17 mayo 2001 03:41:45



April (starduster37@msn.com), wrote:

I have recently aquired 4 prints signed by Al Wettel. I am courious as to who this artist is and his history. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, April

This came from @63.30.132.158 on jueves, 17 mayo 2001 18:13:01



Gil Lowrey (vis_stud_69@hotmail.com), wrote:

I was wondering about litetature during the times of KIng Aurther. It's for an english report, so if I can get a lot of stuff that would be helpful, thank you so much.

This came from @209.193.79.148 on jueves, 17 mayo 2001 20:29:05



Deb Olson (debandlon@qwest.net), wrote:

Can anyone help? I am looking for some information an a print that belonged to my great grandmother , possibly my great great grandfather. The author is Arturo Ricci the title is Music and Mirth. On the top of the print it sais London published July 1899 by Louis Wolff & co. I would like to find out how old this is as well as its value. I have been trying to find information on the internet but I am not getting very far. If someone can give me some pointers I would really appreciate any help. THANK YOU!!!

This came from @209.181.133.165 on jueves, 24 mayo 2001 06:08:52



Mark (danishtango@yahoo.com), wrote:

Besides the obvious "Images and Enterprise" does anyone know of other books which have quality images of the work of Adolphe Braun (photographs)? The labors of your research, or your great knowledge would be appreciated. Thanks. danishtango@yahoo.com

This came from @198.81.16.181 on sábado, 26 mayo 2001 05:42:17



Mark (danishtango@yahoo.com), wrote:

Besides the obvious "Images and Enterprise" does anyone know of other books which have quality images of the work of Adolphe Braun (photographs)? The labors of your research, or your great knowledge would be appreciated. Thanks. danishtango@yahoo.com

This came from @198.81.16.181 on sábado, 26 mayo 2001 05:42:37



marik (???), wrote:

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Renee (reneenay76@hotmail.com), wrote:

I came across a print "Madonna" by C.V. Bodenhausen in my grandmothers attic. I have no clue how old it is, since the house has been in our family three generations. My greatgrandmother moved here from Sweden, so...maybe a Swedish artist? I can't find anything on the net about him. If you can help, please email me. Thank you.

This came from @66.43.234.41 on lunes, 28 mayo 2001 09:54:29



lauren vargas (???), wrote:

who was inspired by Raphael

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Donald Kurtz (???), wrote:

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Donald Kurtz (MuchaDon@aol.com), wrote:

Has anyone ever run across a photograph or portrait of Pierre Auguste Cot?

This came from @152.163.207.183 on martes, 29 mayo 2001 17:19:30



Peggy Sue (gracie@adams.net), wrote:

I have a picture that I got from my parents after they passed away, that they had ever since I can remember. We would just like any information about it. It is black and white, 17" by 11", and at the bottom of picture, on the mat, is signed on the left "By Bodenhausen", and on the right is signed "Madonna". Does anyone have any info, we would really appreciate it??

This came from @216.138.13.42 on jueves, 31 mayo 2001 15:59:19



Robyn Alma (orbette@home.com), wrote:

I am looking for a print of William Shakespeare Burtons' "Our Gratitude", depicting Christ imprisoned in a jail cell. For now, even an online image will sufice. Any suggestions? Robyn

This came from @24.22.179.4 on viernes, 01 junio 2001 15:44:56



Charles R. Lewis (crlewis@gallatinriver.net), wrote:

I am looking to find a print by William Strutt 1825-1915.copyright 1896 by Franz Hanfstaengh,printed in Munich. The name of the print is "Peace and a child shall lead them". There is one available on ebay but it`s very small 4 1/2 x 6 inches.Any help finding this or feedback would be greatly appreciated. -Thanks

This came from @216.166.247.234 on viernes, 01 junio 2001 17:58:14



LaDonna Dudley (jadaja@prodigy.net), wrote:

I have had little luck locating info on Henry Ryland (1856-1924). I am interested in locating a complete list of his painting in watercolor and black and white. I currently have a print of a young woman wearing a cross with flowers in the background, in black and white circa 1897. I would like to get the name of this and follow-up on its origin. Any information that will steer me in the right direction would be greatly appreaciated

This came from @64.196.20.57 on viernes, 01 junio 2001 19:20:58



Jenny Puthoff (jputhoff@midmark.com), wrote:

I have a 1904 or 1906 (can't tell for sure what year) Herbert Schmalz painting "The Return from Calvary". In excellent condition, with original frame. I am trying to see exactly how much this painting is worth. Please advise, thank you.

This came from @198.179.210.150 on lunes, 04 junio 2001 13:40:39



Bill McDonald (elktonci@aol.com), wrote:

Where does the original painting by Herbert Schmalz now hang. That of "The return from Cavary".

This came from @63.25.40.115 on lunes, 11 junio 2001 19:27:04



LIVET VINCENT (vincent.livet@free.fr), wrote:

want to see the painting of Edmund Blair Leighton called in frensh : signant le registre.

This came from @213.228.4.194 on viernes, 15 junio 2001 10:33:07



Judy (judybran@neo.rr.com), wrote:

I know that Hamlet was a favorite subject of several of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Do you know of any others besides the "drowning Ophelia" I'm familiar with? Thanks. Judy

This came from @206.148.80.165 on jueves, 21 junio 2001 17:09:21



??? (Oakab@aol.com), wrote:

I am trying to locate paintings by Ford Madox Brown,(1852 I understand he did 12 famous paintings before his death. If anyone can assist me I would truly appreciate you notifying me. Thanking you in advance for any assistance in this matter.

This came from @152.163.204.62 on domingo, 24 junio 2001 15:38:41



??? (Oakab@aol.com), wrote:

I am trying to locate paintings by Ford Madox Brown,(1852 I understand he did 12 famous paintings before his death. If anyone can assist me I would truly appreciate you notifying me. Thanking you in advance for any assistance in this matter.

This came from @152.163.204.62 on domingo, 24 junio 2001 15:39:01



Linda Kerns (roxxfoxx1@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am totally infatuated with Frederick William Burton's painting "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs". I realize it is based on a Danish ballad published in Fraser's Magazine in 1855, however, beyond that I cannot get my hands on the text. Any suggestions? Anything would be appreciated and please "e" me as I probably won't be back this way until another question strikes me!!!! Thank you!

This came from @209.215.16.215 on martes, 26 junio 2001 01:44:47



Janet Coverdale (jecoverdale@tesco.net), wrote:

I've just bought a framed print for my sister. It depicts the back view of a woman in a blue dress with her head turned to the right. Her dress has a crossed maroon ribbon over her shoulders. The background is white marble. Her hair is in a loose bun. There is no mention of the artist but it seems reminiscent of the Pre-Raphaelites and possibly part of a larger painting. I wonder if anyone can help me trace the artist please? Thanks in anticipation.

This came from @62.172.87.159 on martes, 26 junio 2001 20:17:24



Michael Morrissey (amazonmike@cbtek.com), wrote:

I am seeking information on a artist by the name of Herbert Dicksee. I have two etchings of his, one called the little gipsy dated 1903, and one called down to the sea HD 1912. If you could send me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate this! Mike

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joseph (jojo), wrote:

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Ali Sait Kavakli (alisaitkavakli@hotmail.com), wrote:

who is sir lawrence alma-tedema?

This came from @213.243.30.2 on domingo, 01 julio 2001 08:18:25



linda berky (lberky@charm.net), wrote:

a friend and i will be visiting london in mid-december and would very much like to attend any lectures or tours pertaining to the pre-raphaelite movement - i'm having difficulty accessing the pre-raphaelite society's web pages..any suggetions regarding whom to contact, etc??? many thanks.

This came from @209.143.125.20 on lunes, 02 julio 2001 04:51:39



Doug KIRKMAN (MOMALOT@TELUS.NET), wrote:

I AM SEEKING A PRINT BY AURTHER jOHN ELSLEY CALLED MOTHERS TREASURES . IT IS A PAINTING DONE IN 1912 OF HIS WIFE EMMA, AND DAUGHTER MARJORIE. AT THE TIME THEY LIVED IN ST JOHN WOOD.

This came from @64.180.68.52 on martes, 03 julio 2001 10:45:06



Joan (ivycastle@chartermi.net), wrote:

I'm interested in "The Meeting on the Turret Stairs" by Frederick William Burton. Does anyone know where I can find the story of Helleil and Hildebrand?

This came from @24.213.19.76 on sábado, 07 julio 2001 18:12:53



Leslie cassap (leslie@freenet.co.uk), wrote:

Who painted the picture The Boyhood of Rauley and where can I see & get a printof it

This came from @195.92.168.164 on domingo, 08 julio 2001 05:36:21



m paclik (paclik@pclink.com), wrote:

what is the value of a print by arthur j. elsley 1902 called "baby's birthday"?

This came from @64.81.143.203 on lunes, 09 julio 2001 20:42:03



rype (life596@aol.com), wrote:

I've been out of the art racket for a few years. Come back to find no more WebMagick site. Any ideas what happened?

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??? (???), wrote:

kubin

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??? (???), wrote:

kubin

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??? (???), wrote:

kubin

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??? (???), wrote:

kubin

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??? (???), wrote:

millais

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Weiss (Weiss_Charter@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for prints from John Waterhouse. Can you send me adresses me adresses where i can buy them? I am also interested by artcalender from John Waterhouse where can I buy them? Please send me adresses by internet. Sincerly yours Bea Weiss

This came from @212.166.140.196 on domingo, 15 julio 2001 18:20:55



Cope (cope@inreach.com), wrote:

In cleaning out my parents' house (along with several items from my aunt, uncle, and grandmother), I found two frames prints. We took one out of the frame and A.D. Bruan & Clement is stamped on the lower right hand corner. It is a picture of a mother and young girl, in brown tones. The other print is of a young baby/toddler sleeping, angelic face. I don't have a clue where to find out about these, age, etc. Does anyone have a suggestion for me?

This came from @207.212.207.20 on martes, 17 julio 2001 23:16:23



??? (mbarros_@hotmail.com), wrote:

Where is the original "Isabella and the Pot of Basil?"

This came from @64.24.140.158 on sábado, 21 julio 2001 04:53:15



peyt turner (peyt@forge.net), wrote:

I think I have a painting of John Everett Millais that I don'see listed anywhere, is one that was published Oct 20=79 painted in 77, printed by T.Brooker engraved by T. P;dham Barllow ARA. How wherecan I find out more about it. apparently is the picture of th4e woman he later married, but wonder if it was done of the two of them before they married. Is reg in library of congress, but guess one needs a password to get it to that system. How valuable are the pictures? Any help or sense of direction would be great. Thanks Peyt

This came from @209.216.173.75 on domingo, 22 julio 2001 05:00:48



peyt turner (peyt@forge.net), wrote:

I think I have a painting of John Everett Millais that I don'see listed anywhere, is one that was published Oct 20=79 painted in 77, printed by T.Brooker engraved by T. Oldham Barlow ARA. How wherecan I find out more about it. apparently is the picture of th4e woman he later married, but wonder if it was done of the two of them before they married. Is reg in library of congress, but guess one needs a password to get it to that system. How valuable are the pictures? Any help or sense of direction would be great. Thanks Peyt

This came from @209.216.173.75 on domingo, 22 julio 2001 05:02:11



emily kelly (emily@zeroground.net), wrote:

I want to buy reproductions of Evelyn De Morgan paintings. The one gallery that actually does them in oil on canvas is in the UK, and I was hoping to find a cheaper place in the us, where the shipping would not be so absurd. Thanks!!

This came from @165.247.94.22 on lunes, 23 julio 2001 14:56:42



emily kelly (emily@zeroground.net), wrote:

I want to buy reproductions of Evelyn De Morgan paintings. The one gallery that actually does them in oil on canvas is in the UK, and I was hoping to find a cheaper place in the us, where the shipping would not be so absurd. Thanks!!

This came from @165.247.94.22 on lunes, 23 julio 2001 14:56:59



emily kelly (emily@zeroground.net), wrote:

I want to buy reproductions of Evelyn De Morgan paintings. The one gallery that actually does them in oil on canvas is in the UK, and I was hoping to find a cheaper place in the us, where the shipping would not be so absurd. Thanks!!

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??? (???), wrote:

This came from @217.126.164.60 on lunes, 23 julio 2001 17:28:31



clifton adams (clifadams@hotmail.com), wrote:

i recently purchased a herbet schmalz 1906 print of "the return from calvary" and i was wanting to know where i can find information about the artist and the painting. also maybe how much it might be worth.

This came from @64.254.39.26 on miércoles, 25 julio 2001 05:28:53



sandy leider (jesus@g2a.net), wrote:

Can you tell me anything about an artist by the name of Aurther J. Elsley. Have a picture signed by him datd 1903

This came from @63.172.118.23 on jueves, 26 julio 2001 01:27:44



sandy leider (jesus@g2a.net), wrote:

Can you tell me anything about an artist by the name of Aurther J. Elsley. Have a picture signed by him datd 1903

This came from @63.172.118.23 on jueves, 26 julio 2001 01:27:58



Philip (philcalv@moonage.freeserve.co.uk), wrote:

I have recently acquired a signed print by Edmund Blair Leighton. However it is untitled and all the sites on the web I have found which contain his works, seem to feature everything except this particular one. Can anyone help me to identify this mysterious scene? Two people kneel before an alter (could one be Richard the Lionheart, he ofers up a sword, and is beside his hemet) the other is a beautiful typical Leighton maiden, head bowed in prayer. Behind them, through the church opening we see a waiting knight in armour and a horse..who are more mysical in apperance. The scene features a shaft of light through a beautiful stained glass window, which lights up the couple The date on the print is 1908. Please help..I love this print. Thanks Phil C

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hello kity (???), wrote:

???

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Cindy Dolan (jellie@home.com), wrote:

Like Scott Taylor and fc, I am looking for work by K. Meyer-Gaster. I have kept and framed many of the pictures from the calendars in the 80s and would love to know where to find more about both the artist and his work.

This came from @24.19.210.245 on sábado, 04 agosto 2001 21:19:20



Toni (tdobni@sk.sympatico.ca), wrote:

to whom it may concern; I have in my possesion a painting of a gentelman wearing a large brimmed hat, has a beard and wearing dark cloak. There is the name Mon AD,Braun sealed in lower right hand corner. Do you know the identity of this person. Thankyou in advance Toni

This came from @142.165.70.20 on domingo, 05 agosto 2001 04:57:55



Toni (tdobni@sk.sympatico.ca), wrote:

to whom it may concern; I have in my possesion a painting,print, of a gentelman wearing a large brimmed hat, has a beard and wearing dark cloak. There is the name Mon AD,Braun sealed in lower right hand corner. Do you know the identity of this person. Thankyou in advance Toni

This came from @142.165.70.19 on domingo, 05 agosto 2001 05:14:06



don powell (don165@att.net), wrote:

looking fo emmett kelly paintings by leighton jones/ can you help me???

This came from @12.92.215.198 on domingo, 05 agosto 2001 21:27:26



Gina Kennedy (ken10015625@yahoo.co.uk), wrote:

Hi! I swear I've seen another painting by Frederic William Burton in the lines of his 'The Meeting on the Turret Stairs'. It was similar, but showed the lady and the knight in a recess in a passageway. The knight had his back to the painter and was sheilding the lady with his body. It think it may have been called "The Kiss" or something similar. I'm woindering if someone can help me to track it down. Gina

This came from @212.44.8.170 on martes, 07 agosto 2001 17:13:48



Sue Ward (thesueward@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a print of H M Rheams The Sleeping Beauty. Can you help? Many thanks

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Mildred mastin (Kellyclown7@aol.com), wrote:

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Mildred (Kellyclown7@aol.com), wrote:

I have a painting of a clown, face, with the signature of Leighton-Jones on the front. Can anyone tell me anything about this artist or how I might find a list of his paintings. Thanks Mildred

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BARROW (???), wrote:

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Tessa (Chambers@nwark.net), wrote:

Alright, I'm going to base a novel I am doing on the Medieval Era and so forth. I need to know all I can about, clothing, religon, politics, etc. What places will I be able to find these things so I may study them to fully understand the era? Thank you.

This came from @208.136.254.229 on viernes, 31 agosto 2001 23:05:59



esther larios bernat (???), wrote:

quiero buscar informacion de tom everet sxcott

This came from @62.82.214.140 on lunes, 03 septiembre 2001 18:39:03



Roberta (sebile_99@yahoo.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where I can obtain the La Belle Dame Sans Merci print - artist Marc Fisher.....? I saw this one in a science fiction art book... it seems the name was somewhat different, but the "look" of this print is very similar to the other LBDSM's..Thank Ye very much...

This came from @63.146.224.102 on martes, 04 septiembre 2001 15:22:25



eugene kirk (eugene.kirk@ntlworld.com), wrote:

I have a painting by a artist called arthur willett 1897.Is he a known artist or a no one.

This came from @62.253.64.6 on martes, 04 septiembre 2001 20:15:50



Eugene kirk (eugene.kirk@ntlworld.com), wrote:

has anyone herd of a painter called arthur willett.I have a painting by him could it be valuable? it dates 1897.

This came from @62.253.64.6 on martes, 04 septiembre 2001 20:19:46



John Lawson (kingcarl@rocketmail.com), wrote:

Mrs. Margaret Kane did a copyrite painting, showing a little boy kissing a girl with the look of acceptance, well it is ok; do it. I need to to know more about where and when thiss painting was done. Thanks a lot.

This came from @209.214.133.136 on sábado, 08 septiembre 2001 21:07:20



anubhuti bhatia (aranu@rediffmail.com), wrote:

Hi, I am a student of Interior design and wish to know more about the Stain glass painting by the pre-raphaelites. Where can I get the information?

This came from @128.186.24.40 on sábado, 08 septiembre 2001 21:45:38



Kathy (lyrdane@hotmail.com), wrote:

There is a pre-raphelite painting that eludes me. I don't know the title or the artist. Lot of help,huh. It is of a woman standing at the edge of a wood. She is wearing a red dress in the mideveal fasion but with long flowing sleeves. I used to run into the print in books occasionally. But, now I can't find it for the life of me. I've been to quite a bit of web sites like this one and no one seems to have it on their site. If anyone has any idea of what I'm talking about please e mail me. Thank you!

This came from @208.191.70.63 on domingo, 09 septiembre 2001 04:33:42



mary louise tan (maryfil9@yahoo.com), wrote:

what are the stories behind the painting THE GIRLHOOD OF MARY VIRGIN and THE DEATH OF CHATTERTON? their meaning?(formal analysis)

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??? (???), wrote:

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waheedmurad raja (waheedraja@hotmail.com), wrote:

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Meta (metacramer@aol.com), wrote:

I am a big fan of Sir Edward Burne-Jones. I have a note card with a snippet of a painting called "Love song." Does anyone know whether than painting might be available in a poster or print? Thank you!

This came from @152.163.204.192 on martes, 11 septiembre 2001 01:06:06



Jennifer Pangman (jennifer.pangman@utoronto.ca), wrote:

Do you know where I could get a poster of Pandora? Thanks, Jennifer

This came from @128.100.57.23 on martes, 11 septiembre 2001 05:51:52



Aaron (hart385@hotmail.com), wrote:

can you get me a picture of William shakespeare

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Aaron (hart385@hotmail.com), wrote:

can you get me a picture of William shakespeare

This came from @4.62.45.93 on viernes, 14 septiembre 2001 16:55:24



JDexter (cut.costs@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

Don't think me nuts...but maybe you can help me. I was driving behind a large mobile home and painted on it's side was a beautiful picture of Christ looking over the planet Earth (praying for us). This may have been a customized job, but do you know of anything like it? Thanks for any info. JD

This came from @12.79.59.251 on viernes, 14 septiembre 2001 20:36:54



Miguel (Miguel@realzaragoza.com), wrote:

I love pre-raphealite paintings, they make perfect colourful carpets!

This came from @213.98.179.173 on viernes, 14 septiembre 2001 21:12:12



Miguel (Miguel@realzaragoza.com), wrote:

I love pre-raphealite paintings, they make perfect colourful carpets!

This came from @213.98.179.173 on viernes, 14 septiembre 2001 21:12:25



waheedraja murad (waheedraja@hotmail.com), wrote:

i like friends what i do

This came from @213.194.153.25 on sábado, 15 septiembre 2001 17:46:36



BESSIE PRUSSIA (BNPRUSSIA@AOL.COM), wrote:

I HAVE A PHOTO : THE RETURN FROM CALVERY PAINTED BY HERBERT SCHMALZ COPYRIGHT 1904 BY LOUISWOLFF & CO.LONDON.W. TOP OF PHOTO SAYS : HUGO GUTTMANN, NEW YORK SOLE AGENT IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

This came from @152.163.197.58 on domingo, 16 septiembre 2001 15:25:05



christina (thema11msn.com), wrote:

there is a french book on king aurther's death the translation is king aurther's death please tell me what that book is

This came from @63.61.208.22 on lunes, 17 septiembre 2001 23:15:03



Shane Shepherd (smshepherd@msn.com), wrote:

I would like information on a print that is signed by the Royal artist Luke Fildes. The print is titled Beatrice it is a young girl reading a book and holding a chalk board under her left arm she is wearing a white silky dress and a scarlet hat with a large plume. I hope you have seen this picture and can give me some information

This came from @63.46.228.56 on martes, 18 septiembre 2001 02:20:46



Shane Shepherd (smshepherd@msn.com), wrote:

I would like information on a print that is signed by the Royal artist Luke Fildes. The print is titled Beatrice it is a young girl reading a book and holding a chalk board under her left arm she is wearing a white silky dress and a scarlet hat with a large plume. I hope you have seen this picture and can give me some information

This came from @63.46.228.56 on martes, 18 septiembre 2001 02:21:05



kellie trumper (kellietrumper@hotmail.com), wrote:

How was shakesphere influenced the images seen in the PRB works? Is there a connection?

This came from @147.53.90.171 on martes, 18 septiembre 2001 19:52:49



Gloria Wheeler (wheelerfaith@aol.com), wrote:

Can you tell me something about an artist by the name of E.H. Stannerd? i have a painting by her that was painted in 1894. The painting is just outstanding. It is of a Lillie Pond with four ducks in the water. The ducks are yellowish gold. I have had the painting for a number of years and it is in excellent condition. i would like to know is this an original? How old was this artist when he or she died? How many painting did he or she do in his or her life span?

This came from @205.188.193.152 on miércoles, 19 septiembre 2001 02:50:38



rowena ereso (www.noelle23_whena@yahoo.com), wrote:

Is it possible for the American to stand up bec of the tragedy that happend?

This came from @202.57.110.61 on miércoles, 19 septiembre 2001 08:35:43



elizabeth.badoules (elizabeth.badoules@caramail.com), wrote:

I search informations on Lilith and the prť-raphaťlithes. Could you help me quick please, because I have an exam this Friday. Thanks a lot.

This came from @212.155.43.14 on miércoles, 19 septiembre 2001 23:08:39



ana (anapater@hotmail.com), wrote:

how were people dressed in 1900?

This came from @213.97.246.232 on jueves, 20 septiembre 2001 21:12:34



John Seed (john@johnseed.com), wrote:

Hello, Where did the term "Pre-Raphaelite" come from? Why "Pre" when the artist Raphael had been dead for may Years?

This came from @207.233.7.121 on viernes, 21 septiembre 2001 20:47:17



ArtMagick (persephone@artmagick.com), wrote:

If you enjoy the Pre-Raphaelite art on this website, come and check out the ArtMagick website at http://www.artmagick.com (it used to be called WebMagick). Lots of Pre-Raphaelite, Symbolist and Art Nouveau paintings, plus poetry from the 19th Century. We also have a messageboard so if you have a question about Pre-Raph. art we'll try & help answer your queries!! http://www.artmagick.com

This came from @165.121.32.55 on sábado, 22 septiembre 2001 02:51:36



alyson mchargue (aly47@home.com), wrote:

I need inf about persephone.(prosrepina is the roman name.)like stories about her or pictures. I`m doing a school project!can you help?

This came from @24.4.32.160 on jueves, 27 septiembre 2001 00:46:06



alyson mchargue (aly47@home.com), wrote:

I need inf about persephone.(prosrepina is the roman name.)like stories about her or pictures. I`m doing a school project!can you help?

This came from @24.4.32.160 on jueves, 27 septiembre 2001 00:46:20



alyson mchargue (aly47@home.com), wrote:

I need info about persephone the godess of the under world.(proserpina is the roman name.)like stories about her or pictures. I`m doing a school project!can you help?

This came from @24.4.32.160 on jueves, 27 septiembre 2001 00:47:55



Epp Aareleid (hypocritical@another.com), wrote:

Hello, I would like to get information about the later artists who have found inspiration from the paintings of the pre-raphaelites. I mean here especially the artists of the 20th century, not the late-victorian artists. I know that the pre-raphaelites have a strong influence to Tina Galotta, and as well to french artists Pierre & Gilles. But if you know more of the names, who have found inspiration from the preraphaelite art, I would appreciate if you sent me the list. Best regards, Epp.

This came from @193.40.129.219 on jueves, 27 septiembre 2001 14:33:42



??? (???), wrote:

can you help me on medeval times

This came from @62.254.240.231 on viernes, 28 septiembre 2001 14:38:50



Sally Eaton (Netwitch@EarthLink.net), wrote:

I love your page! Thanks so much for such a grand effort, it is greatly apprciated. I'm hoping to find information about a particular painting which so far I've been unable to find anywhere. It is clearly of the Pre-Raphaelite school (late however, perhaps 1890's), but I don't know the name of the artist. It is a soft-edged close portrait of a woman's face, her hands clasping a mysterious black book, her eyes rolled upwards in trance or ecstasy. Her hair is a tangled halo of reddish-blonde. The cover of the book is decorated with a large triangle, suggesting a Magical Grimoire or Book of Shadows. I think the painting appeared (if memory serves)in the "Man, Myth, and Magic" series published in the 1960's or early 1970's. If anyone has seen this painting, knows its title, or the name of the artist, I'd be very much obliged to hear from you. If you own a printed copy, please let me know how I might get to see one, or collect one of my own. Thanks very much!

This came from @24.168.61.25 on sábado, 29 septiembre 2001 14:32:14



Sally Eaton (Netwitch@EarthLink.net), wrote:

I love your page! Thanks so much for such a grand effort, it is greatly apprciated. I'm hoping to find information about a particular painting which so far I've been unable to find anywhere. It is clearly of the Pre-Raphaelite school (late however, perhaps 1890's), but I don't know the name of the artist. It is a soft-edged close portrait of a woman's face, her hands clasping a mysterious black book, her eyes rolled upwards in trance or ecstasy. Her hair is a tangled halo of reddish-blonde. The cover of the book is decorated with a large triangle, suggesting a Magical Grimoire or Book of Shadows. I think the painting appeared (if memory serves)in the "Man, Myth, and Magic" series published in the 1960's or early 1970's. If anyone has seen this painting, knows its title, or the name of the artist, I'd be very much obliged to hear from you. If you own a printed copy, please let me know how I might get to see one, or collect one of my own. Thanks very much!

This came from @24.168.61.25 on sábado, 29 septiembre 2001 14:32:54



Nathen (www.janet.lewis.4@ntiworld.com), wrote:

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jen (hazee4@telus.net), wrote:

hi, was wanting information on a picture called "the village wedding" artist was "s.luke fildes,pinx" 1800's "gebbie & co" any information would be appreciated alot. thanks

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fuck offf (fuck off ,com), wrote:

why the fuck is all of these sites about questionsssssss?????

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none of your god damn buisness (hahaha.com), wrote:

your a bunch of fuckin losers.... 3 words for ya.... wait actually 5.... GET A MOTHER FUCKIN LIFE!! HEy-JA Gutierrez- your a fuckin prick you wetback son of a bitch

This came from @208.22.232.5 on lunes, 01 octubre 2001 15:55:57



Etchebane Hernan (etchebarnehernan@hotmail.com), wrote:

ŅcÚmo hablar por telefono gratis, y tambiťn por telefonos moviles?

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carina narielewicz (???), wrote:

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Amy Capes (sxy_16@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for pre-raphaelite paintings which show similarities with Christina Rosseti's poetry. She wrote poems including "The Apple Gatheing", "Memory", "A birthday" and "Remenber".

This came from @195.195.239.151 on martes, 02 octubre 2001 09:12:14



Lori Myers (lori.myres@cingular.com), wrote:

Can you please tell me who painted "the night watch"

This came from @207.70.98.2 on martes, 02 octubre 2001 20:31:01



Lori Myers (lori.myers@cingular.com), wrote:

Can you please tell me who painted "the night watch"

This came from @207.70.98.2 on martes, 02 octubre 2001 20:31:59



maggie (min67325@hotmail.com), wrote:

hello: I am studying the novel: windflower. would you mind telling me where i can find some information about the story,please?

This came from @24.69.255.205 on miércoles, 03 octubre 2001 01:14:41



Le Trong Hoang (csac5371@uibk.ac.at), wrote:

Your page is great . Well structured and pictures with good quality . Im looking for a painting of John Everett Millais " The Brunszwickers " ( in german " die Braunschweiger " ) . saw it in munich in the house of art and was overwelmed . didn't found it in books , internet or poster-traders . can you help me , please ?

This came from @138.232.1.228 on miércoles, 03 octubre 2001 11:28:15



TraceyW (tracey.walker@adprinciples), wrote:

I have a print of 'The return from Calgary' and it is my favourite picture in the world. I am not an art expert and would simply like to find more drawings/paintings by Herbert Gustave Carmichael Schmalz.

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??? (http//photos.yahoo.com/dante 1989), wrote:

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??? (http//photos.yahoo.com/dante 1989), wrote:

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Sue (pfree9@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I find a critique of Edmund Leighton's "The Accolade"?

This came from @64.12.104.188 on sábado, 06 octubre 2001 15:18:21



sue (pfree9@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I find a critique of Rembrandt's "Philosopher in meditation"?

This came from @64.12.104.188 on sábado, 06 octubre 2001 15:19:51



Christy McDonald (Stars46709@aol.com), wrote:

In John William Waterhouse's painting "La Belle Dame Sans Merci," what's the symbolism of his dark face and the red pool behind the girl? And is the hand holding the weapon in the middle belong to the man? Is the painting a portrayal of a dream?

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Lehsa (lehsa@hotmail.com), wrote:

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Lehsa (lehsa@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi, I am looking for a drawing or painting by E. Blair Leighton called King and A Begger Maid ( 1892 ). Or a portfoilo for viewing. Thanks for the help

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ggay (edwin_GAN82@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

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ssww (edwin_gan82@hotmail.com), wrote:

i want information and history about tan choon ghee .thanks can give me now?

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Louise (ybeni000@correu.udg.es), wrote:

I have heard that the painting "The meeting on the Turret stairs" from Frederic William Burton, is about a danish ballad, translated by Whitley Stokes and published in Fraser's Magazine in January 1855. I'm very interested in read this ballad. Does anyone knows where could I find it??? Thank you. Louise Yoli

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Liz (lbernardini@partnersgraphic.com), wrote:

My mother has a print of a painting of a little girl sitting on a chair. On the upper right-hand side it says EDOUARD CABANE 1904. On the upper left-hand side it says EVA. I'm thinking it's the little girl's name. Anyone know of this painter please email back. I appreciate it.

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Sarah Shibley (wendyriffic@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm looking for web pages with pics of Arthur Hughes paintings (such as THE LONG ENGAGEMENT) and Philip H. Calderon's BROKEN VOWS. Any suggestions?????

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Shah (chick17@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have to do a report on persephone. For that i need little good and perfect information in addition to that i need some pictures and it's very hard to find so if possible i want you to tell me some web site or something also I have to talk about underworld so if you can get any picture of that than that would be just Awsome. Thanks for accepting my so long and stupid question.

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kelly (specialk1000@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for depictions of Lilith, preferably by a pre-raphaelite or perhaps a contemporary. I found one painting by John Collier (1887) but would like to see others. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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George Long (glong@penguinputnam.com), wrote:

I'm looking for Hi-resolution art of Edward Burne-Jones' ďThe Golden StairsĒ, 1866-80 and Edward Burne-Jones ďSummerĒ

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Julia L. (guessgirl31@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi! I'm hoping somebody on here can help me. I need to do a HUGE project for school on the Pre-Raphaelite movement in literature and art. It has to be very detailed and complete, and i need to cite two primary sources which must be novels. My problem is that i don't know much about this topic, only a little about the art aspect. AND, I need these two primary sources by Friday of this week. If anybody knows of books which would be appropriate, PLEASE post them or email me! As well, if anybody could provide some general info about my topic. Oh and this is a nice site by the way! Thanx a lot :)

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coy robinson (cei@alltel.net), wrote:

I have an old picture of a girl standing by a lake of water holding a basket of flowers looking down at 3 white swans swimming up to her: the girl is wareing a long white dress off the shoulders:you can see the forest behind her and some sun light.( this was copy righted in 1903 by, james aurthur.)i would like more info .on this beautiful girl.

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MARTA CEREZO AVILA (???), wrote:

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MARTA CEREZO AVILA (marta-c@teleline.es), wrote:

what do you understand by the term "the still, sad music of humanity" of the poem Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey by William Wordsworth. I have a little essay to write. thank you.

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Alyssa (TDCchicky@aol.com), wrote:

where can I find imformation on paintings by Claude Monet?

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Alyssa (TDCchicky@aol.com), wrote:

where can I find imformation on paintings by Claude Monet?

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philip evans (philip e2001@aol.com), wrote:

hello i have a print "the awakening of galatea" by herbert schmalz it has been in the family since 1935, recently brough down from the loft. it was donated to the family as a thank you for board and lodging. my great grandmother hid it as she said it was a rude nude! is there a story behind the picture which is now hanging up on my lounge wall many thanks philip

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Devon Long (PeaceBaby20401@aol.com), wrote:

Do you have any more pictures of the goddess, Persephone??

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julio pardo (jpardogranado@hotmail.com), wrote:

I need information about NG Hon water color painter from N.Y. because I have an original paint and I don`t know any thing about him.

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Harry (hhayes67@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a painting titled "The Return From Calvary" by Hilden Schmalz dated 1801. Copyright 1901 by Hugo Guttmann, N.Y. Trying to determine any significant value or any particular information of this painting ,is there anything that you can tell me about this?

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Miranda (lopesiana@hotamail.com), wrote:

can you give me an image from picture lilith of evelyn morgan?

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Kathrine Hoam (FiggyLou@aol.com), wrote:

Hello, I am wondering how much influence Shakespear had on these artists? What paintings can be conected to this influence? Also, Do you know of any other atrist outside of "the Brotherhood" and the second Pre-raph. movment who were influenced by Shakespear? Prechance, any modern artists?

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emy garcia (emy_8486@yahoo.com), wrote:

who were some famous english medeval painters?

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David C. Oshel (dcoshel@mac.com), wrote:

Thanks for the Burne-Jones' King Cophetua & The Beggar Maid jpeg, which I confess I have just now made a connection to Charles L. Dodgson's equally famous photo of Alice Liddell as a beggar maid. Dodgson was more of a pre-Raphaelite than I've hitherto realized, evidently. Dodgson as King Cophetua? It would be interesting to know if his photograph were taken AFTER the success of Alice in Wonderland. In that case, the Beggar Maid could simply be Dodgson's homage to the girl who made him famous. The subject of Burne-Jone's painting is mentioned in older editions (ca. 1958) of the Enclopaedia Brittanica, in the entry for hypergamy. Apparently, the Tennyson poem, the painting and the pre-Raphaelites all made quite an impact on the young scholars of the day.

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Brad (???), wrote:

Can you tell me some fact about King Aurther?

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Amy Rossi (akrossi@ilstu.edu), wrote:

I'm doing a scavenger hunt for an English class, and I'm stuck on this question: What Pre-Raphalite exhumed his wife's body and why? Anybody know the answer?

This came from @205.188.201.204 on lunes, 22 octubre 2001 18:26:10



june bernhard (june bernhard@freeuk.com), wrote:

As a young child I saw a picture of two nuns going past the door of a family who were poor. The mother in the picture is putting a pair of socks on a child who is sitting on a table and there is a baby in a cradle on the floor. As far as I can remember,the picture was called something like 'There are more heavens than one' Can anyone please help with the artist etc. Thanks

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maria (maria littleun), wrote:

hi im a student doing theatre costume iwould like no about design technolog and hand made decorative features big thanks this project is oniy in cream

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maria (maria littleun), wrote:

hi im a student doing theatre costume iwould like no about design technolog and hand made decorative features big thanks this project is oniy in cream

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vanessa lacombe (vanessa lacombe@hotmail.com), wrote:

I LOVE YOU BABY

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vanessa lacombe (vanessalacombe14@hotmail.com), wrote:

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vanessa lacombe (vanessa_lacombe 14@hotmail.com), wrote:

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Missy (lilmis02@aol.com), wrote:

i have a question Would anybody know of any sources that connect H.G. Wells novel " The Time Machine," to the Pre-raphelites Rossetti, Hunt and Millais paintings?? thanks

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Marie-Claire Joyce (mc.joyce@talk21.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where you can get a print of Herbert Draper's "Ulysses and the Sirens"? If so let me know!

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Marie-Claire Joyce (mc.joyce@talk21.com), wrote:

Does anyone know where you can get a print of Herbert Draper's "Ulysses and the Sirens"? If so let me know!

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Irene dele (prettytitidele@yahoo.com), wrote:

my question, how did a king look like in the days of king auther and also if you can add a picture to it.

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Irene dele (prettytitidele@yahoo.com), wrote:

my question, how did a king look like in the days of king auther and also if you can add a picture to it.

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paul (paul_cool71@hotmail.com), wrote:

already I have myself to go then we see us As have been, to have that I gave I go toward you que quiere decir esto porfabor me dicen

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??? (???), wrote:

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Joy Worland (rgsandpiper@aol.com), wrote:

I'm looking for a Jessie Wilcox Smith print of a little girl on the beach with an airedale dog. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Sincerely, Joy

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Kate Fiedler (ladycatalsyt@hotmail.com), wrote:

Not a question, hopefuly an answer! Two good sites for information and pictures are www.artrenewal.org and www.artmagick.com. Hope these are helpful to you and others.

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dobie lewis (dobie49@hotmail.com), wrote:

I found a couple of old pictures in the attic of our barn. On is "In The Fold" and has ss porter copywright 1908 and the other is " The Souls Awakening" broduced by cw Faulkner & Co Ltd, London, E.C. Copywright. I am just curious about them if you can tell me anything.

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ben (hwwatson@webtv.net), wrote:

i've been looking for info on artist/painter "Alowettel" or "Wettel", to no avail. Can you help? thankyou ben

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Amy Geng (amygeng@yahoo.com), wrote:

i love frederic william burton's watercolor, the meeting on the turret stairs--how do you pronounce "helellil"--is the accent on the first syllable? thanks!

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FARIDA SOLAIMAN (FXSOLAIMAN@WEST.COM), wrote:

I am looking for a piece of art. I do not know the name but it is a mother playing the piano and her little girl is watching. The colors are mostly dark colors in the picute. it has a lot of burgendy color in it. I really appreciate if you can tell me where I can find a copy of this art. Thank you.

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pip (iv.farted@talk21.com), wrote:

do u av pictures of lesbians

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shea eskine (???), wrote:

how did author die

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nicky (shk1125@msn.com), wrote:

can i get information and pictures about medevial knights for free for my history project on making a shield demonstrating a medevial knight?

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sally cooke (sallyvcooke36@hotmail.com), wrote:

Does anyone know the artist J. Hardcastle? I recently bought a watercolour signed as above - and was told that he is a Canadian artist from west coast. I haven't been able to find anything yet, however. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Zayna Ayoub (zayna40@hotmail.com), wrote:

Dear Sir/Madam, I am an A-level Art student at St.Georges school in Ascot, I was wondering whether you could help me find any Pre-Raphaelite artists who have 'windows' featured in their paintings. The project I am working on at the moment is about windows, and this would be a great help. Also, if you have any further information on the formation of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, or why they use windows in their painitns, I would be extremely grateful. Yours Faithfully Zayna Ayoub

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dbfoster (dbfoster92@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am looking for information on drawings by Ralph Dille copyright 1909. I have recently purchased two, and I cannot find any info. Any help would be appreciated.

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??? (???), wrote:

do you have any imformation on Jean baptist camille corot,his painting destruction of sodom,or his bibliogrophy?

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desperate searcher (www.avrams9@aol.com), wrote:

I am searching for imformation on french painter jean baptist camille corot and his painting"the destruction of sodom". im also looking for "the shepherdess" by daniel ridgway knight". bibliogrophies, history etc...

This came from @152.163.194.196 on miércoles, 07 noviembre 2001 05:43:52



Melissa (cinderelly9@carsonspub.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting, but I unfortunately do not know the name or the painter. I am pretty sure, however, that it is from the Victorean Era and is in the pre-Raphaelite style. The picture is of a woman's profile. She has long, wavy reddish hair and has stars in her hair. I am pretty sure she also has on a blue dress and I believe the background is of a starry sky. The title of the painting may include the words Night and/or Beauty. If anyone has any idea what the title of this painting is, please let me know.

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leslie (lscottrussell@juno.com), wrote:

I have 2 things.One is to Zayna-There is a painting by Millais called"Marianna"I believe she is looking out a window.Also Please if anyone knows where to find Millais'"the romans leaving britain"Please let me know,I would appreciate so awfully much.

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??? (???), wrote:

burn

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luke fildes (???), wrote:

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Gilbert (gvkmailbox@yahoo.com), wrote:

Sorry for bumping in, but searching for "Beatrice Laurent" (from France, left for the USA around end of the eighties) a similar name popped up in your website, without email address. If anybody knows Beatrice who was in China in the eighties, many thanks indeed for giving me a tip! A former colleague and friend Gilbert

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wioletta (wswierczynska@hotmail.com), wrote:

could you please send me as many information as possible about painting "ophelia " Millias. Whot whos the story with lizzi Siddal, haw did millias painted and haw long it took him to finished this painting. Thenk you very much - wiolletta swierczynska

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sophie (scrook@itchen.ac.uk), wrote:

what kind of camera did the pre-raphaelites use?

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Margie Baker (margieb@greenepa.net), wrote:

I am trying to locate a copy of "Light of the World", by Holman Hunt. The original is said to be in the chapel at Keble College.

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sophie (www.scrook@itchen.ac.uk), wrote:

what did the pre-raphaelites set out to do? and where did they take their subject matter from?

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DADO BITTAYE (bittayedado@hotmail.com), wrote:

please tell me about the full story of esmeralda.

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suzanne (zannelf@yahoo.es), wrote:

hi! I want to know about prerrafaelist, every think that they felt and thought to live on that way. thankyou Please if you can told me about some interesting links about them i would be very glad ^_^

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Alex (alexwyles@bigpond.com), wrote:

I'm trying to find the name and artist of one of my favourite puctures: it's a woman sitting on a stool, I think it's mostly oranges and reds; she has a hood over her head, she's leaning forwards {with a bowl, I think}; there are cracks in the floor, with steam rising. It looks to me like it should be the oracle at Delphi, but I don't know; it also looks like the perfect complement to Circe Invidiosa, but I know it's not a Waterhouse. I'd appreciate any help here! Cheers Alex

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Sabrina (bigbrini@gmx.de), wrote:

Is there any painter named Lawrence Stern connected with the Pre- Raphaelites?

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Leticia Mcilwain (LDMCILWAIN@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

WHERE CAN I FIND GOBLIN MARKET ILLUSSTARTIONS BY GABRIEL ROSSETTI

This came from @129.252.236.106 on miércoles, 14 noviembre 2001 16:22:09



Dave Hoggatt (hdmustangman@msn.com), wrote:

Yesterday i bought a small etching at an auction with the name Van Eyck Pinx in the lower right corner and Gallard Sculp in the left corner. It is titled L'HOMME A L'OEILLET with some other french words and in pencil down at the bottom someone has written in pencil what looks like Lanvier 1869. The etching itself is about 4 x 6 of a priest or bishop, well dressed with what looks like an ermine color. Do you know anything about this or dom you know someone who might? Thanks for yur help--I appreciate it.

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Ria (angelri@hotmail.com), wrote:

i know there are a few versions of this painting, but, if youv'e been to the Ashmolean Art Gallery you will know what version i am searching for, it's called 'The Immaculate Conception'. while looking i have found four different versions of the painting! This is going to be a fun search....Not.....!!!!If you know anything then i need your help!!!!

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??? (???), wrote:

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sidd (???), wrote:

do you have any pictures of medevail knights?

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sidd (???), wrote:

do you have any pictures of medevail knights?

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winifred shea (WShea85014@aol.com), wrote:

Was John Dickson Batten one of the artists considered part of the group of Pre-Raphaelite painters?

This came from @140.198.19.152 on miércoles, 21 noviembre 2001 20:59:18



Janel (Nelson877@cs.com), wrote:

I was wondering about a painting called "The Return from Calvary" by Herbert Schmalz. Where does the original hang and any other info regarding this infamous painter. I apologise if this is a repeat question, but my friend has this painting on her wall and it is inspiring questions. Thank you.

This came from @152.163.194.186 on jueves, 22 noviembre 2001 16:17:52



kewal singh (khokhar_2k@yahoo.com), wrote:

could u please send me USTAD NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN'S photographs. i am a great fan of him.

This came from @203.197.219.110 on jueves, 22 noviembre 2001 20:51:06



kewal singh (khokhar_2k@yahoo.com), wrote:

could u please send me USTAD NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN'S photographs. i am a great fan of him.

This came from @203.197.219.110 on jueves, 22 noviembre 2001 20:51:20



xanthe jane winn (xanthewinn@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting by Sir Edward Brune-Jones called Persius salying the serpant does anyone know where I can get a copy of the print?

This came from @195.93.49.157 on jueves, 22 noviembre 2001 22:50:35



R.J.Bewsey (rjbewsey@golden.net), wrote:

Would appreciate any available information on Sir John Everette Millais PRA He painted The Boyhood of Raleigh Thank you R.J.Bewsey

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??? (???), wrote:

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manuel iglesias perez (manueliglesia45@holtmail.con), wrote:

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Mr Bob Worthington (objwbook@yahoo.com), wrote:

I'm searching for portraits (paintings) of the Worthington's of Midievil England. Manor houses of Worthington, Blainscough, Turton, Standish, Langtree, Adlington,Ablington, Ashton. Any suggestions welcome.

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vwnumadhav (venu_madhav@satyam.com), wrote:

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Paula (MERBARBS@msn.com), wrote:

I would like to know where and how one can purchase replica paintings of Pre-Raphaelite type of art. I particularly like John W. Waterhouse's art and Bouguereau's art. I would love to own "A MERMAID" by Waterhouse and want to know how expensive a copy painting of this would be and even if one is able to purchase these paintings. I also love the mermaid, mythology type of paintings and do own one small print of some Nymphs which I foung in some antique store for good price. Could you please E-mail me on how and where to purchase these type of paintings? I'd really appreciate it! Thank-you very much! Paula

This came from @65.230.228.80 on martes, 27 noviembre 2001 21:52:22



Mathew Bainbridge (mathewbainbridge@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello, I am looking for 35mm slides of Lord Leighton's work. Now in order to do this I need to contact the Museum's where his work is held. So what I am looking for is as many pieces along with their locations as possible. So far I have found the location of "Solitude", "Flaming June", and "The Painters Honeymoon". I would be exceedingly grateful for any assistance. Thank you, Mat

This came from @151.196.116.12 on martes, 27 noviembre 2001 21:53:32



Victoria Vernon (kelvin4.vicky@virgin.net), wrote:

I've been looking for other works by Charles-August Mengin but have only managed to find Sappho. Is this his only work or are there more?

This came from @62.255.32.5 on miércoles, 28 noviembre 2001 00:17:34



taz (taz_421@hotmail.com), wrote:

Alfred lord tennysons poem on mariana how do i comment on the ways tennsyson presents feelings through surroundings in mariana

This came from @213.121.100.217 on miércoles, 28 noviembre 2001 21:44:05



carmen giraldez (giraldezgarcia@hotmail.com), wrote:

can I send a booK of pre_rrafaelites here in Spain from UK?

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leslie (lscottrussell@juno.com), wrote:

I recieved an email but something was wrong.I believe it was concerning Millais.Millais was in the subject space but that is all I got.Please try again if it was from someone here.

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Polly Figueroa (Figueroa.polly.j@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

I am seeking any information: I have a large painting of a church entitled "Mohawk Church" and dated 1785. It is signed by the artist E E Chatterson. It is a beautiful oil painted on a board and depicts the small chapel w/ graveyard in the snow. Does anyone have any info on an EE Chatterson? I have found an Elias Chatterson in 1790 in Ernestown Township. I am trying to authenticate the date and artist. ANY leads are welcomed. Thanks....P. Figueroa

This came from @12.72.199.109 on domingo, 02 diciembre 2001 19:36:15



James (james@bradbase.demon.co.uk ), wrote:

what year was 'An English Autumn Afternoon' painted by Ford Madox Brown? What year was 'Our English Coasts' painted by William Holman Hunt? What year was 'Pegwell Bay' painted by William Dyce? What year was 'In Early Spring' painted by John Willaim Inchbold? What year was 'Convent Thoughts' painted by Charles Allston Collins?

This came from @195.129.93.223 on lunes, 03 diciembre 2001 21:48:14



trisha (trishamcg@massed.net), wrote:

Where is the original painting "Return from Calvary" by Herbert Schmalz? Are there reproductions of the painting available for purchase?

This came from @207.172.11.232 on martes, 04 diciembre 2001 01:40:28



Diana Moody (wycked_sky@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have a painting by Arthur John Elsley and the only information that I have on it is a date that is written on the front of it in the bottom right hand corner. The date is 1910, it is a portrait of two little girls sitting on a chair with a puppy jumping/reaching for their laps. I don't know what the name of the portrait is or anything about it I got it at a garage sale and was curious about it's origins. Anything that you can find out about it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Sincerely, DM

This came from @209.179.250.18 on martes, 04 diciembre 2001 07:56:55



betzi richardson (erichard@ucla.edu), wrote:

I find Destiny to be a strange painting: a reflection of the face of the model is included, but not the bowl or arm. The background seems to continue the reflection in the mirror, while the globe that is reflected in the mirror does not appear before it in the real space. What is the "real space" of the painting? An open-air portico with columns and arches that extends into a marshland/harbor where ships are sailing, but furnished with books, mirrors, etc? Is the artist is creating a purposefully ambiguous space, for a sense of fantasy or dislocation?? I'd love to know more about how it was painted, who painted it, where and why.

This came from @164.67.59.81 on martes, 04 diciembre 2001 23:01:49



betzi richardson (erichard@ucla.edu), wrote:

I find Destiny to be a strange painting: a reflection of the face of the model is included, but not the bowl or arm. The background seems to continue the reflection in the mirror, while the globe that is reflected in the mirror does not appear before it in the real space. What is the "real space" of the painting? An open-air portico with columns and arches that extends into a marshland/harbor where ships are sailing, but furnished with books, mirrors, etc? Is the artist is creating a purposefully ambiguous space, for a sense of fantasy or dislocation?? I'd love to know more about how it was painted, who painted it, where and why.

This came from @164.67.59.81 on martes, 04 diciembre 2001 23:02:18



ROY KLINE (CSKREK@PRODIGY.NET), wrote:

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON PAINTINGS BY PAUL FALCONER POLLE R.A. 1807-1879. PAINTING CALLED AT THE WELL, ALSO A PAINTING BY PHIL R. MORRIS TITLED SPIRIT OF THE NIGHT, PAINTED IN 1890.

This came from @209.255.230.59 on jueves, 06 diciembre 2001 06:53:43



jeannie (geniema@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have a small copys of paints it like a (album very old )the pics. are about the size 6/7 they are (50) of them

This came from @205.188.200.41 on sábado, 08 diciembre 2001 13:27:51



geniema (geniema@yahoo.com), wrote:

The album book is like about the size 11/12? it is the color of greens gary very old the pics. or of Small Cowper Madonna Raphael (Umbrian School 1483-1520)? and the pics. have a story of the pics. on the back of them 50 pics in a album book very old >

This came from @205.188.200.41 on sábado, 08 diciembre 2001 13:41:17



geniema (geniema@yahoo.com), wrote:

50 of them the names of the painted pics.like a almun book very old here so of the name of the pics,The white Horse John Contable (English School 1776-1837)Still Life With Pineapple Henri Matisse (french School 1869-) 50 of them and so on and story about the pics, at the back of ever pics. and a man name is at the bottem of the back (Edwin Seaver)?

This came from @205.188.200.41 on sábado, 08 diciembre 2001 13:59:50



??? (???), wrote:

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BROTHER MICHEAL BAILEY (???), wrote:

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ceste (cscott6672@aol.com), wrote:

i have a oil painting of beg ben with a real clock. the clock was made by general time corp.it takes a c batery.(11/2 volt) it also has a spartus sticker on it?. i like painting and have a few old ones i have no idea about.it is sign d booty. is ia seen by the see with large sail boots, i thinking dbooty is the name of the picture.

This came from @64.12.105.151 on miércoles, 12 diciembre 2001 02:14:39



LILRERE2 (lilrere2@hotmail.com), wrote:

Where can I find an interpretation on Nature,That Washed Her Hands In Milk?

This came from @65.138.109.176 on jueves, 13 diciembre 2001 01:26:32



Leanne Gee (leeby24@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am currently studing Art and Design at College and in January have to sit an exam. I have to reasearch Ford Maddox-Brown's LAST OF ENGLAND if its possible please could you send me any info that you have on this picture. thank you leanne

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Jonathan Bumgarner and Jake Hanna (Billy_noshow@hotmail.com), wrote:

We need info on king aurther. Its for are History day project.please give must as much info as possible. We would be grateful. We need an A+ and were in 7th grade thanks please email back ASAP!

This came from @66.52.74.139 on miércoles, 19 diciembre 2001 03:41:11



bill roach (BRoach@westbrook-lanolin.com), wrote:

I would like to know the artist and name of a picture I saw a few years ago, which has left a lasting impression--- the picture was of the Ponte Vecchio bridge background with 2 men in medievil costume in the foreground. Thank-you

This came from @195.44.193.66 on jueves, 20 diciembre 2001 11:41:58



Todd (Johnson_6590@msn.com), wrote:

Have you ever heard of any of these artist ? they are all oil paintings. 1. H.R. Lewis 2. Frank Hensley 3. Bella Wolla Any help would be appreciated ! Thanks, Todd

This came from @67.24.137.119 on domingo, 23 diciembre 2001 21:38:07



Emma-Dee Hamilton (en99edh@brunel.ac.uk), wrote:

Pre Raphalite information on poetry and art to do with death and Dante?

This came from @194.82.103.35 on lunes, 24 diciembre 2001 15:15:09



Emma-Dee Hamilton (en99edh@brunel.ac.uk), wrote:

Pre Raphalite information on poetry and art to do with death and Dante?

This came from @194.82.103.37 on lunes, 24 diciembre 2001 15:15:21



sarah (sarieswirl@hotmail.com), wrote:

what is the meaning of Evelyn De Morgan's "SOS"? do you know of a website i could find the meaning of paintings for future reference?

This came from @216.60.194.165 on miércoles, 26 diciembre 2001 22:42:08



estelio kaloguru (erobios@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello, from Greece.. Just beautiful paintings, excellent site.... Could I have a prompt answer, please: I am a Social-Psychologist and I' ve just finished writting a book on Women, which I'm about to publish. Is it possible to use these paintings to illustrate the book, or is there a matter of copyrights? Thank you for the art.

This came from @212.251.34.33 on sábado, 29 diciembre 2001 17:43:21



David Lonsdale (dlonsdale@btrade.com), wrote:

I have just purchased an ink drawing by Millais in 1843 (age 14yrs) titled "Edward the Confessor". It turns out that hidden under the mat was the full title of the sketch: "William obliging Harold to swear on the relics of saints that he would assist him in obtaining the Kingdom of England after Edward the Confefsor" This encounter between Harold and William the Conqueror some years before the battle of Hastings is depicted in the Bayeux tapestry, but even more interestingly was well-documented by Master Robert Wace (Poet and Writer born in Jersey around 1100) in his Chronicle of the Norman Conquest from the 'Roman de Rou', first translated into English by Edgar Taylor, London: William Pickering (1837). This translation, likely purchased by Millais' parents because of their Jersey ties, and published six years before Millais executed the drawing, is likely to have been the impetus for Millais' drawing; English history at the time made little or no reference to this encounter between Harold and William. Millais' familiarity with this book at the age of fourteen, certainly points to the "awareness and application" that he had already developed for the medieval literature which would so influence the PRB. I am looking for any further information about what appears to be a unique early drawing by Millais.

This came from @12.148.76.101 on domingo, 30 diciembre 2001 14:45:58



James Woodmansee (woodmansee-james@home.com), wrote:

I would like to know more about the history behind the "Maranda, The Tempest" by Waterhouse

This came from @24.4.252.200 on domingo, 30 diciembre 2001 16:31:24



Jenny Ingram (ingramjb@juno.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting I believe to be titled "The Red Shawl." I saw it once in a calander book titled "Children in Art," and it looks like something Waterhouse would have painted, though I doubt he is the artist in this case. The painting is of two girls in a forest with a red shawl. One of the girls has blonde hair, the other dark.

This came from @24.45.195.56 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 13:41:50



Jenny Ingram (ingramjb@juno.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting I believe to be titled "The Red Shawl." I saw a reproduction of this work in a calander book titled "Children in Art" years ago, and it looks like something Waterhouse would have painted, though I don't think he is the artist in this case. The painting depicts two girls (one with fair hair, one with dark) in a forest with a red shawl. I would deeply appreciate any help you can offer.

This came from @24.45.195.56 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 13:45:08



Sharon Conrow (conrows@hartwick.edu), wrote:

My mother has a print/painting/lithoghraph? of "The Cathedral at Amiens" and it is signed. We are having difficulty reading the painter's name - it looks like it starts with Al.... If anyone has any interest or information please contact me. Thank you!

This came from @147.205.112.18 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 19:35:36



Sharon Conrow (conrows@hartwick.edu), wrote:

My mother has a picture that is signed by Grif Teller. It has written on it - "The Country of My Father's Home." I have found out that Grif Teller is Pennsylvania's artist, painter of mostly railroad-related pictures. This one must be special to someone in his family or an admirer. Please contact me, as she wishes to sell it. Thanks!

This came from @147.205.112.18 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 19:42:07



Aligance.com (aligance@aol.com), wrote:

I noticed two people were looking for information about the same painting...a woman on a stool in reddish orange pouring from a bowl. It's "Priestess of Delphi" by John Collier (1850 - 1934) and is currently found at the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide.

This came from @152.163.213.188 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 20:28:25



Aligance.com (aligance@aol.com), wrote:

Someone was looking for the French name of the "Death of King Arthur" which would be "Le Mort d'Arthur" by Sir Thomas Malory. Aubrey Beardsley illustrated one version - "La Morte d'Arthur". Don't know why there's a difference in gender for the articles. ("Le" vs. "La")

This came from @152.163.213.188 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 20:34:49



mackenzie (suger_n_spice15), wrote:

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mackenzie (suger_n_spice15@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

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mackenzie (suger_n_spice15@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

WHAT DID NUNS EAT IN THE MEDEVIAL TIMES? WHAT CLOTHING DID THEY WEAR? HOW DO THEY FEEL ABOUT THERE LIFE? HOW THEY SPEND THERE TIME?

This came from @24.157.9.237 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 20:58:21



charmaine (cpollingue@cajunspice.com), wrote:

History of a print called "The Return from Calvary" by Herbert Schmalz

This came from @24.196.220.26 on lunes, 31 diciembre 2001 23:10:27



Kim (kimjyork@hotmail,com ), wrote:

I have a Picture,If you are able to give my any Information as I'm unable to find anything in refrence to It's History. The title is Home Of The Stag,Published By The Artistic Photographic CO lIMITED 90&92. Oxford Street London W. This is the information On the Picture. Thank-You Kim York

This came from @161.184.198.14 on martes, 01 enero 2002 22:34:06



connie (jasmineconnie@aol.com), wrote:

I have an old picture that was my grandmother's. It is titled ''the southern belle''. It is by erich correns. The woman in the picture is a jewelers daughter. It is in an oval frame.Did you ever hear of this? Do you have any additional info on the picture or the artist. Thank you. Connie

This came from @24.51.26.155 on jueves, 03 enero 2002 00:16:26



connie (jasmineconnie@aol.com), wrote:

I have an old picture that was my grandmother's. It is titled ''the southern belle''. It is by erich correns. The woman in the picture is a jewelers daughter. It is in an oval frame.Did you ever hear of this? Do you have any additional info on the picture or the artist. Thank you. Connie

This came from @24.51.26.155 on jueves, 03 enero 2002 00:16:45



Erika (moon_erica@hotmail.com), wrote:

Que cancion le dio Gary Barlow a Madonna cuando ella le dio "Love Won't Wait"?

This came from @62.36.171.253 on viernes, 04 enero 2002 20:58:11



sue (cows33@hotmail.com), wrote:

who was the king of egypt when the israelites were brought up out of egypt

This came from @216.56.24.146 on viernes, 04 enero 2002 21:57:57



Ellie (Honeywhyle@supanet.com ), wrote:

How did the Pre Raphalite period really come about?I ask this because i am doing a project on the Pre Raphalites and greatly need imformation.If you have anything interesting,that you think could be useful then please can you send it to me. Thankyou,this is much appreciated yours sincerly Ellie

This came from @213.40.3.97 on viernes, 04 enero 2002 23:07:16



??? (vera7343@aol.com), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about a print by CV Bodenhausen entitled Das Lied

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alan lee (???), wrote:

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Ellie Fox (ldfox@flash.lakeheadu.ca), wrote:

Can you tell me the story behind the painting of The Doctor by Sir Samuel Luke Fildes? Thank you!

This came from @216.211.22.66 on martes, 08 enero 2002 15:10:45



maddy gilbert (madzisnot@hotmail.com), wrote:

in youre web pages can you put something about william morris AND the pre-raphalites?

This came from @194.112.55.202 on martes, 08 enero 2002 20:11:17



Bethany Wilson (bethieree21@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am doing a report on the painter John William Waterhouse. He lived from 1849 to 1917. I found out when he died and even where he was buried, but I can't find why he died or atleast where he died, and it's required for my report, which is due in about 4 days. If you could help me, I'd appreciate it.

This came from @207.63.227.148 on miércoles, 09 enero 2002 18:41:48



Vera Madison (veramcd@hotmail.com), wrote:

I acquired an ol painting which is a copy of J.E. Millais' "Boyhood of Sir Walter Raleigh" for a swedish art collector. The copy was done in 1945. I don't know anything oil paintings, is it worth something?

This came from @66.136.21.57 on sábado, 12 enero 2002 04:16:54



xenfurx (communistbunnyrabbit@yahoo.com), wrote:

aside from Raphael, what other paintings do you study?

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Elena (cinara@arrakis.es), wrote:

My question is very simple: How could he/she see the images that don't come out whole?

This came from @212.163.216.24 on sábado, 12 enero 2002 16:47:34



Mo (Monacwoody@msn.com), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about Lord Leighton, P.R.A. and his creation the Wedded?

This came from @65.137.140.121 on domingo, 13 enero 2002 06:00:27



??? (???), wrote:

how do ducklings survive without there mother whith them

This came from @24.234.218.122 on lunes, 14 enero 2002 01:58:36



justine (she2devil@yahoo.com), wrote:

I'm doing a speech on the medival times and i can not find a queen,also it due tomorrow!

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??? (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

hello whatsyour name

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Kit Forin (poodleprincess5@yahoo.com), wrote:

Do have any very interesting facts about the pre-raphaelites?

This came from @62.252.64.7 on miércoles, 16 enero 2002 20:25:39



mike tepango (cmhsbatman@yahoo.com), wrote:

what was the story of medusa the gogon????

This came from @209.232.151.49 on miércoles, 16 enero 2002 22:05:42



Caitlin Rose (roseycaitlin@hotmail.com), wrote:

I want to know about the Angelie Serenade #4565A by William Bougereau.Its the first issue in hevens divine Blessings .I want to now where to find more of these plates by him like the websites or stores and how many there are .i also want to find prices of these plates. -thanx

This came from @205.242.56.60 on lunes, 21 enero 2002 01:58:38



Pablo Jerez (pablo@cnsn.cu), wrote:

Necesito informaciůn sobre iluminaciůn de vitrales con luz artificial. Quť criterios deben tenerse en cuenta para iluminar un vitral. Cualquier informaciůn que reciba la tomare con agrado. Esa es mi pregunta

This came from @169.158.128.225 on lunes, 21 enero 2002 16:31:27



susan geissler (eleanordgeissler@aol.com), wrote:

Ten years ago I went to Paris to Le Louvre. Close to closing I RUSHED thru as many rooms as possiable. I don't know the title or artist. I know only it is 19th cent. Orientalism. A close-up full body scean of 3 nomads in white aribian dress, lounging on a blanket on dessert floor and one camel close beside them on a loose teather. The sky is early evening lavinder blue. It's a very clean realistic painting approx. 30in. by 27. I've been serching since then. Sound familiar to anyone? Hoping to find a print/poster.

This came from @205.188.195.44 on lunes, 21 enero 2002 22:38:32



susan geissler (eleanordgeissler@aol.com), wrote:

Ten years ago I went to Paris to Le Louvre. Close to closing I RUSHED thru as many rooms as possiable. I don't know the title or artist. I know only it is 19th cent. Orientalism. A close-up full body scean of 3 nomads in white aribian dress, lounging on a blanket on dessert floor and one camel close beside them on a loose teather. The sky is early evening lavinder blue. It's a very clean realistic painting approx. 30in. by 27. I've been serching since then. Sound familiar to anyone? Hoping to find a print/poster.

This came from @205.188.195.44 on lunes, 21 enero 2002 22:38:57



Casey Callahan (kcsculder@hotmail.com), wrote:

I saw a picture on a journal from Barnes and Noble, and the picture was also in my school's old english book, but I couldn't find it there. I've been searching online, but I can't find it anywhere, it's very frustrating!! Anyways, it's a picture of a knight and lady in the forest and she has a scarf wrapped around his neck and she's pulling him down towards her. It resembles The Accolade in style and I would love to find it ASAP. I will be extremely thankful if you can find it.

This came from @199.35.122.133 on miércoles, 23 enero 2002 03:32:56



nancy klingberg (bnklingberg@ aol.com), wrote:

I have a canvas print of little lrene in a green frame someone told me it was worth money if it was on casvas .Prints are not always on canvas. So I wanted to know if you could tell me anthing about the picture. the picture little irene by renoir thank you nancy klingberg

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Lisa (Lisamichel_@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm wanting to visit Pre-Raphaelite studios. Does anyone know of addresses for these besides Leighton House? Thanks.

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jenn (???), wrote:

is the pre-raphaelite show still going on at the tate gallery? thanks

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tara (bellabalvo@aol.com), wrote:

i have tapestry of "the storm" by pierre auguste cot i wonder how much that is worth

This came from @205.188.197.181 on lunes, 28 enero 2002 00:48:33



nick (lynx244@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find coursework essays on a midsummers night dream by willam shakespear

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nick (lynx244@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find coursework essays on a midsummers night dream by willam shakespear

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bea (???), wrote:

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Barb Jennings (bobandbarb1@msn.com), wrote:

The question is that I have a picture on my wall that has been in my pocession for 20 years and i would like to identify it The picture has 3 mermaids looking up out of the water to a soldier it is signed Leeke and below that it says copyright 1907 by Franz Hanfstaengh. Any ideas would be apreciated Thank You Barb Jennings

This came from @67.211.67.198 on miércoles, 06 febrero 2002 15:54:38



Shelley Humphrey (oceansharks@msn.com), wrote:

Hi there, I am looking for these two reprints by William Bouguereau: "The Shell" and "The Elder Sister". Does anyone know where I can purchase these? Thanks!

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Robert Leaf Jr.(Gardiner) (???), wrote:

what the fuk is the mater wid society 2day is it the major system mall function IKE

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Helen Wray (wrayhelen@hotmail.com), wrote:

Dear Sir, I have a print by Adolfe William Bougereau. The title of the print is "The Story Book". The little girl in the print is holding a book. My question is- How do I find out the name of the girl in the print. If she even has a name? Thank you for you time, Helen Wray

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keri (milli@hermes.net.au), wrote:

I would like to know who painted the following picture and where it is currently held. It is a knight in full armour lying on his back on a hard surface which is covered by an embroidered cover. At his side is a dog (a retriever) looking towards the face of the knight who is presumably dead.

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Tish (mecarroll@nwi.net), wrote:

What could you tell me about the artist Al Wettel?

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shay (slim_308), wrote:

Pictures of Sir LAncelot

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the mrs. shad moss to be (???), wrote:

I am desperatly seeking a picture of Raphaello Sanzio, can you please help me?

This came from @64.214.241.8 on martes, 12 febrero 2002 23:29:32



the mrs. shad moss to be (???), wrote:

I am desperatly seeking a picture of Raphaello Sanzio, can you please help me?

This came from @64.214.241.8 on martes, 12 febrero 2002 23:29:45



chris lanese (lacreoo7@webtv.net ), wrote:

what is the offical weight of air put into a nba basketball that they use in the game please list the way i could do the same with my ball thanks.

This came from @209.240.222.32 on martes, 12 febrero 2002 23:45:23



gisela cardenas (gc2012@columbia.edu), wrote:

I would like to know qho is the pre-raphalite artist that illustrated a verion of the Frog Prince (childs tale) Thanks!

This came from @128.59.26.162 on miércoles, 13 febrero 2002 04:36:07



Bill McDonald (elktonci@aol.com), wrote:

Where is the painting "The return from Calvary" painted by Herbert Schmaltz?

This came from @67.201.40.68 on miércoles, 13 febrero 2002 05:24:53



Audrey Allaman (a_allaman22@hotmail.com), wrote:

If I were going to write a paper about this man, what should i put in it so that I get and A? I need any and everything you can think about. Thanks.

This came from @64.123.115.122 on miércoles, 13 febrero 2002 19:46:08



Emma Brown (emmbro33@hotmail.com), wrote:

how is jealously and murder portrayed in The Sisters by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

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Ashley (Frelan@webtv.net), wrote:

howdid willaim shakesphere die? and what year?

This came from @209.240.222.32 on jueves, 14 febrero 2002 23:24:41



Birgit Eggers (birgit_eggers@yahoo.es), wrote:

I want to have information about the different types of angels in the romanic art as an iconographic subject.

This came from @217.126.16.175 on viernes, 15 febrero 2002 10:53:32



lola SŠnchez Carro (lscarro23@msn.com), wrote:

quisiera encontrar the lady of shallott by J.W. Waterhouse,de la Tate Gallery,London. En esta pintura la dama de Shallott va en una barca que se desliza por un rio. Pido disculpas por no saber inglťs.Gracias si me podeis ayudar a localizar esta pintura, es importante para mi. Un beso:LOLA

This came from @62.42.63.4 on viernes, 15 febrero 2002 21:19:36



Gina (ilovecrafts64@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have what I believe to be an etching (hand colored) of Auguste P Cot's "The Storm". In every copy of this print that I have seen the male is on the left and the girl is on the right. In my picture it is the opposite and the colors are barely visible. The paper that it is on seems to be a paper board. Some may call this a lithograph but I don't feel it is because at close eye you can see slight ink displacement. Do you know what this could be? Or, could you direct me elsewhere? Thanks. Gina

This came from @209.130.150.101 on sábado, 16 febrero 2002 02:28:09



scott (wsbelectr@aol.com), wrote:

I have a braun clement & co picture of a girl sitting in a door way in a house. Do you know of any websites or research material where I can find the title of the picture, and maybe it's value?

This came from @64.12.96.200 on sábado, 16 febrero 2002 05:01:35



Legion (legion@the666club.com), wrote:

I am desperatly trying to find a 36 x 24 print of John Collier's LILITH. It is available as an oil replica but I don't wanna spend that much (framed oil rep goes for almost $400). A frameable good quality print should go for about $20. Any leads would be appreciated.

This came from @152.163.213.199 on domingo, 17 febrero 2002 18:06:46



PJ Riley (desktop1@nbnet.nb.ca), wrote:

I have a Print of Herbert Schmalz's "The Return From Calvary" Email me.

This came from @198.164.241.69 on domingo, 17 febrero 2002 22:14:44



Kitty Bughman (bughman@msn.com), wrote:

I have a very old frame and painting about 3' by 2' it looks like a painted copy of a monet painting of a women and little girl. I have not taken to an art dealer or tried to have it cleaned. I estimate the age at about 1920. Where can I find more information on this . Thanks kitty

This came from @65.100.88.89 on domingo, 17 febrero 2002 23:25:13



lynn (lynnphoto@callatg.com), wrote:

Where can I find information about Sir Frank Dicksee's The Two crowns c. 1900? Commentary or Artist notes would be helpful.

This came from @64.42.37.14 on lunes, 18 febrero 2002 19:33:45



??? (???), wrote:

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Trisha (lowrida928@up2me.com), wrote:

is there any way that i could find a picture under it's tittle with some information about it. The tittle is "The Vampire"

This came from @64.223.33.140 on martes, 19 febrero 2002 17:13:48



Thomas Williams (Tom@factg.fsnet.co.uk), wrote:

Hi i would like to know about where William Shakesphere's way of living eg:Where he lived ,how old was he when he first started writing skripts,The plays he wrote,relationships and how many children he had.

This came from @195.93.33.189 on martes, 19 febrero 2002 20:19:55



catherine Williams (Cat@factg.fsnet.co.uk), wrote:

Hi I would like to know a simple version of a volcano eg:the proseed a volcano goes through untill it erupts

This came from @195.93.33.189 on martes, 19 febrero 2002 20:24:07



mararentz (mararentz@msn.com), wrote:

do you have any big pictures? I wuold like to use them on my report.

This came from @63.10.153.189 on martes, 19 febrero 2002 21:52:33



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @208.180.231.71 on martes, 19 febrero 2002 23:25:38



Tammi Schmalz (tschmalz@directcon.net), wrote:

I have a print The returen from Calvary by Herbert Gustave Carmichael Schmalz Just wondering what it is worth and the history of Herbert Schmalz. Tahnk You TAmmi

This came from @209.79.209.134 on miércoles, 20 febrero 2002 21:49:00



Caitlina (misty_iris@hotmail.com), wrote:

I was wondering who painted "The Lady Of Shallott" and where I could get a poster or print of it? thanka

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yeray (???), wrote:

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??? (???), wrote:

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sue martin (suevmart@aol.com), wrote:

i would love to find anything about sophie anderson and her work

This came from @195.188.27.202 on lunes, 25 febrero 2002 12:43:56



ahmed (alabanos@yahoo.com), wrote:

sent 2me some picture.thank you.

This came from @12.151.162.68 on martes, 26 febrero 2002 09:25:34



Soniya (soniya_kanjani@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can you please tell me what the role of a Lady-in-waiting was in the Arthurian Legends?

This came from @210.220.73.57 on martes, 26 febrero 2002 11:02:08



GEORGE ZOLL (KLONIK@AOL.COM), wrote:

I have a beautiful print called 'peace' that shows a little boy with a lion and cow, sheep,and other animals. The name on the print says William Strutt. It has a copyright date 1896.I am curios about who did the print,and it's value.PLEASE E MAIL ME IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING. Thank you....

This came from @205.188.192.172 on martes, 26 febrero 2002 17:32:50



Elizabeth Claire Lord (???), wrote:

???

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Leonardo da Vinci about his panttingsÁ (???), wrote:

???

This came from @204.228.251.160 on jueves, 28 febrero 2002 22:09:36



Alana (Freebird291@aol.com), wrote:

I need to find the artist... the picture is of a lady with long red hair kneeling with her arms outstretched to the sky...she is wearing flowing robe-like clothing...there are columns to the right of her..as if she is on a temple veranda...the picture is a back view of her..you cant see her face... I have a picture of this if I can send in another form of email thank you

This came from @205.188.197.36 on martes, 05 marzo 2002 03:10:21



Shannon (Sminoco@aol.com), wrote:

Forgive my ignorace, but where does the term Pre-Raphealite come from? In other words why and how is a piece defined as a pre-Raphealite? Also do you know for whom John WIlliam Waterhouses' Ophelia {by the pond} was painted for, besides the fact it was a sceen from Hamlet. Sincerly Curious Shannon

This came from @198.81.17.33 on martes, 05 marzo 2002 18:41:58



Jim (cheetah_frog@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking for an art print of Frank Dicksee's "Chivalry" and Fulseli's "The Nightmare". The closest I came were in the form of oil reproductions well out of my price range.

This came from @158.252.43.78 on martes, 05 marzo 2002 18:57:30



Nicole Ianniello (nianniello@aol.com), wrote:

art critiques of Sandro Botticcelli's painting "The Annunciation" from the Metropolitan Musuem of Art

This came from @205.188.196.43 on martes, 05 marzo 2002 21:57:57



Robin Gustus (Firecat13@msn.com), wrote:

Morgan La Fey by Frederick Sandy

This came from @67.25.179.113 on miércoles, 06 marzo 2002 06:32:45



Robin Gustus (Firecat13@msn.com), wrote:

Morgan La Fey by Frederick Sandy

This came from @67.25.179.113 on miércoles, 06 marzo 2002 06:32:59



Robin Gustus (Firecat13@msn.com), wrote:

Morgan La Fey by Frederick Sandy

This came from @67.25.179.113 on miércoles, 06 marzo 2002 06:33:11



aaron parisi (patcheswht@aol.com), wrote:

i want to know abot the old code of camlot a kight is swon to valler that code

This came from @152.163.205.46 on viernes, 08 marzo 2002 21:50:33



aaron parisi (patcheswht@aol.com), wrote:

i want to know abot the old code of camlot a kight is swon to valler that code

This came from @152.163.205.46 on viernes, 08 marzo 2002 21:50:46



aaron parisi (patcheswht@aol.com), wrote:

i want to know abot the old code of camlot a kight is swon to valler that code

This came from @152.163.205.46 on viernes, 08 marzo 2002 21:50:59



Mizsprightly (Mizsprightly@aol.com), wrote:

Where can I find a web site that will tell me a Jewish poem writen in 1945?

This came from @198.81.16.26 on sábado, 09 marzo 2002 05:41:09



Mizsprightly (Mizsprightly@aol.com), wrote:

Where can i find a web site that has a smiple jewish song, with lyrics, that a child would sing?

This came from @198.81.16.26 on sábado, 09 marzo 2002 05:48:02



PUCHE (puchin02@hotmail.com), wrote:

I WANT THE LETTER OF THE SONG "NEVER AGAIN" OF "MILK INC" AND "KISSES OF FIRE" WHERE I CAN SEE IT???IT,S SO IMPORTANTANT.THANK®S.

This came from @193.152.148.107 on sábado, 09 marzo 2002 21:50:33



Judith Jones (judithjones2000@yahoo.com), wrote:

Who did the painting titled "July" which shows a woman seated with flaming red hair? Thanks

This came from @67.227.220.45 on domingo, 10 marzo 2002 06:17:25



Diana White (dianawhite@hotmail.com), wrote:

A painting by J. J. Tissot entitle "Christ Goes To The Mountain To Pray" just fascinates me. I am trying to obtain a print of the painting. Does anyone have any ideas how I might be able to do this? Thank you.

This came from @209.142.51.10 on domingo, 10 marzo 2002 15:28:23



Rachel (RachDeackes@hotmail.com), wrote:

can you explain what pre raphaelite is to me please. thank you

This came from @194.117.133.196 on domingo, 10 marzo 2002 18:24:47



Patricia (???), wrote:

looking for msn.com interested in herbert schmalz the return from calvary print

This came from @65.28.220.222 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 04:12:13



ele (eleanord@hotmail.com), wrote:

Could you tell me about the paintings of te lady of shalott, and whatthey mean. how would u analyse them?

This came from @62.171.198.8 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 13:24:21



ele (eleanord@hotmail.com), wrote:

Could you tell me about the paintings of te lady of shalott, and whatthey mean. how would u analyse them?

This came from @62.171.198.8 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 13:24:35



emma (funkyturkey82@ hotmail.com), wrote:

i was wondering weather anyone could help me find a good site about them pre-raphaelites and their piccies of the lady of shalott? please help., it's for scholl and i can't find anything.

This came from @62.171.198.36 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 13:30:54



Gemma Lindsey G (1130843@student.barnsly.ac), wrote:

why did Henri Matisse paint 'The Blue Nude' paintings???

This came from @195.195.132.253 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 16:23:51



Lara (llshane@hotmail.com), wrote:

I fell in love with a Pre-Raphaelite image I saw in a catalog but cannot remember either the name of the painting or the paiter! I think it is supposed to be Guenevere and Lancelot stealing an embrace in a tower stairwell -- I also think the name is something like "The Kiss" (but of course not Klimt). Can you tell me what this piece's title is, who painted it, and, more importantly, where can I see an image of it online that I can print. Thanks!!!

This came from @66.19.7.93 on lunes, 11 marzo 2002 22:33:41



Aurther boyd (catwomenindahouse@hotmail.com.au), wrote:

Who he is? Where the was born? I want to know all about him

This came from @203.123.64.148 on martes, 12 marzo 2002 23:37:50



Ron (???), wrote:

I was wondering what is the subject of School of Athens? What style or period does the work belong? What is the picture's historical or philosophical context? What's the picture's symbolic meaning? What are the picture's formal qualities?

This came from @205.188.192.21 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 05:05:21



Ron (dougfsu9), wrote:

I was wondering what is the subject of School of Athens? What style or period does the work belong? What is the picture's historical or philosophical context? What's the picture's symbolic meaning? What are the picture's formal qualities?

This came from @205.188.192.21 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 05:07:22



Ron (dougfsu9@aol.com), wrote:

I was wondering what is the subject of School of Athens? What style or period does the work belong? What is the picture's historical or philosophical context? What's the picture's symbolic meaning? What are the picture's formal qualities?

This came from @205.188.192.21 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 05:07:40



Brittney (bubblesbhfg@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello. I hope that you can help me! I saw this painting on a web page and I fell in love with it. The problem is that it did not have an artist name or title of the painting. I will try to describe it: It was a painting of a red-haired maiden in a pink dress leaning off of a big black horse and looking at a knight-figure with his arms out-stretched, who was looking up at her. The background was a meadow or forest of some sort and teh colors were rich and deep. It is a very romantic painting and hope that you can help me! Thank you.

This came from @209.66.18.34 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 15:43:03



Brittney (bubblesbhfg@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello. I hope that you can help me! I saw this painting on a web page and I fell in love with it. The problem is that it did not have an artist name or title of the painting. I will try to describe it: It was a painting of a red-haired maiden in a pink dress leaning off of a big black horse and looking at a knight-figure with his arms out-stretched, who was looking up at her. The background was a meadow or forest of some sort and teh colors were rich and deep. It is a very romantic painting and hope that you can help me! Thank you.

This came from @209.66.18.34 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 15:43:28



Brittney (bubblesbhfg@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello. I hope that you can help me! I saw this painting on a web page and I fell in love with it. The problem is that it did not have an artist name or title of the painting. I will try to describe it: It was a painting of a red-haired maiden in a pink dress leaning off of a big black horse and looking at a knight-figure with his arms out-stretched, who was looking up at her. The background was a meadow or forest of some sort and teh colors were rich and deep. It is a very romantic painting and hope that you can help me! Thank you.

This came from @209.66.18.34 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 15:43:54



claudia (???), wrote:

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claudia (???), wrote:

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claudia (peru), wrote:

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claudia (peru ), wrote:

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Rhett Clements (rhettc@playboy.com), wrote:

Years ago I was given some note cards of "The Shrine", by Waterhouse, and have since used them all up. I can't find them anywhere and was wondering if anyone knew where I could purchase some more? Please feel free to E-mail me if you know. Thank you. RC

This came from @216.163.130.130 on miércoles, 13 marzo 2002 22:07:19



Vincent (vsandys@today.com.au), wrote:

I have a print of a beautiful young girl, possibly of middle asia origin, smiling and holding one finger to her cheek. The etching is captioned "Farida" and i assume this is her name. The print is number 16 of 25 and was sold by the Johnston Gallery in Brisbane. I would like to know the artists name and when it was printed however the pencil signature is not able to be clearly understood. It could be something like ...Tealpenm... Thanks

This came from @144.134.153.57 on viernes, 15 marzo 2002 01:20:11



R Horton (RobHCV@aol.com), wrote:

I am looking fof information on the story behind the meeting on the turret stairs. I know it's an old Danish ballad but is there a legend or folklore pertaing to it as well?

This came from @205.188.200.156 on viernes, 15 marzo 2002 05:33:55



robin (robin_parcel@hotmail.com), wrote:

yes

This came from @12.14.202.2 on viernes, 15 marzo 2002 17:11:36



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @207.50.134.50 on sábado, 16 marzo 2002 20:43:46



Emma (KitKAtcoolKat@Hotmail.com), wrote:

what does the petagram symbol look like and what does it mean. also what is the sign of satan.

This came from @209.91.190.167 on martes, 19 marzo 2002 21:53:47



maria (mary_boom89@hotmail.com), wrote:

can you tell me any britain writer from the years of shakespear? please

This came from @62.99.88.2 on miércoles, 20 marzo 2002 18:29:03



BETZI ROSS (???), wrote:

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Reverend Lisa (reverendlisa@mac.com), wrote:

Yet another "who painted what" question. I thought it was Waterhouse but I have had no look looking for it when querying by his name - its a picture of a couple in the forest. There is a knight on the right being tempted (kissed?) by a supernatural woman on the left. From the waist down she is transforming into a serpent. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

This came from @12.246.172.203 on viernes, 22 marzo 2002 05:37:55



barbara brown (bannbrown@juno.com), wrote:

i am interested in finding out information about i print i bought the return from calvary 1904 by herbert schmarlz. thank you. barbara brown

This came from @12.90.3.4 on sábado, 23 marzo 2002 06:54:00



Patty (pgpinto@cox.net), wrote:

Has anyone ever heard of the artist "Ema Boucher" she created a pastel country still life, maybe around the early 1900"s??? I would love more imformation on her and her history. Thanx

This came from @68.5.7.88 on domingo, 24 marzo 2002 01:52:10



Shey Kron (kron@adams.net), wrote:

We have some pictures that look like tin presses of paintings from the 1880's. The paper they are pressed into is thick and like cloth. I was told this is acid free paper. There are 7 of them. The size of the paper is about 10 by 14, and the detail from the edge of the tin on the paper can be felt. One is called "Youth" and the artist is W. Bouguereau. This also has D. Appleton & Co., New York. Under the picture is the phrase "photogravure goupil 8-c." Does anyone know anything about this?

This came from @216.43.84.20 on martes, 26 marzo 2002 22:46:17



W. Martin (Rodmar@stny.rr.com.), wrote:

I have a print of "The Return from Calvary" by artist Herbert Schmalz. It has a copywrite date of 1906 by a London Company. Can you give me an approximate value for this print. Thank you.

This came from @24.24.84.104 on jueves, 28 marzo 2002 04:49:42



W. Martin (Rodmar@stny.rr.com.), wrote:

I have a print of "The Return from Calvary" by artist Herbert Schmalz. It has a copywrite date of 1906 by a London Company. Can you give me an approximate value for this print. Thank you.

This came from @24.24.84.104 on jueves, 28 marzo 2002 04:49:59



??? (???), wrote:

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Sharon o"keefe (SharOk1@aol.com), wrote:

Do you have any information about a painter from the 19th century by the name of Albert Lynch(1851-?) I think he may have been a European artist!!!!!!

This came from @205.188.199.52 on jueves, 28 marzo 2002 16:20:19



larry (lrll26@aol.com), wrote:

i have a painting or print of THE RETURN FROM CALVARY.......... 1906. By Herbert Schmalz.......... need some information..its beautiful...Havent seen one like it. Please e-mail me with any information please.. thank you

This came from @66.72.197.121 on viernes, 29 marzo 2002 02:12:08



Miki (mikitracey@hotmail.com), wrote:

If anyone knows where i can get a copy of Lamia (the 1909 version) by Waterhouse please email me. This one is a picture of a woman in pigtails sitting by a pond (not the one with the man in it, that's the 1905 version)

This came from @38.245.184.78 on viernes, 29 marzo 2002 23:38:47



kenneth,glenn,pinkerton (superb1987@aol.com), wrote:

are ghost real

This came from @205.188.199.49 on domingo, 31 marzo 2002 06:45:57



glenn (???), wrote:

???

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glenn (superb1987@aol.com), wrote:

IS GOD & JESUS REAL

This came from @205.188.199.49 on domingo, 31 marzo 2002 06:58:24



Peggy Light (peglight@hotmail.com), wrote:

There has been a print of Millais 'Order of Release' in the family from at least 1910. It is very slightly damaged with one pin hole. Is this likely to be worth having valued. Thank you

This came from @213.122.219.6 on domingo, 31 marzo 2002 12:23:38



??? (???), wrote:

take your son, sir

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??? (???), wrote:

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andrťs fedz garcŪa (growler@ctv.es), wrote:

Messieau, I am very very ineterested in the portraits that Dante Gabroelle Rossetti did on his wife ( Lizza Siddall), I find her explendid,,,, Can you indicate me where I can find?. Sincerely yours, Andrťs

This came from @62.22.113.129 on miércoles, 03 abril 2002 22:03:43



??? (JDLLIGHTHOUSE@AOL.COM), wrote:

CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY INFO ON A PAINTING OF MOTHER MARY,WAIST UP VIEW WITH A GOLD CLOAK,NAVY HEADPIECE,HOLDING A CROSS WITH JESUS HANGING ON ITAND SOME PINK ROSES.IT WAS BOUGHT IN NEW YORK IN 1944

This came from @64.12.107.26 on jueves, 04 abril 2002 03:52:27



pilar (???), wrote:

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CHANNING COLLINS (???), wrote:

DID OCTAVIA HAVE ANY SISTERS OR BROTHERS AND HER PARENTS NAME AND WHO WAS SHE RAISED BY?

This came from @67.241.19.131 on viernes, 05 abril 2002 20:30:50



CHANNING COLLINS (???), wrote:

DID OCTAVIA HAVE ANY SISTERS OR BROTHERS AND HER PARENTS NAME AND WHO WAS SHE RAISED BY?

This came from @67.241.19.131 on viernes, 05 abril 2002 20:31:16



CHANNING COLLINS (???), wrote:

DID OCTAVIA HAVE ANY SISTERS OR BROTHERS AND HER PARENTS NAME AND WHO WAS SHE RAISED BY?

This came from @67.241.19.131 on viernes, 05 abril 2002 20:33:20



nish (???), wrote:

what differant types of art were there was it popular what materials did they use

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.primary sources.co.uk (???), wrote:

what differant types of art were there was it popular what materials did they use

This came from @62.172.21.0 on sábado, 06 abril 2002 21:18:29



Natalia (none), wrote:

Do you have any paintings of Aphrodite or very beautiful women?

This came from @204.31.149.74 on lunes, 08 abril 2002 00:15:15



carlos (nexustundra@mixmail.com), wrote:

Iīd like to know what feminist and christian elements are there in the picture "Take your Son,Sir", by Ford Madox Brown. Thank you, Yours sincerely, C.

This came from @157.88.19.29 on lunes, 08 abril 2002 10:30:47



??? (???), wrote:

shutter release button

This came from @213.4.253.87 on lunes, 08 abril 2002 13:03:22



SANDY (SMIG8301@AOL.COM), wrote:

I WAS WONDERING IF YOU HAD ANY PAINTING BY THE PRE-RAPHAELITES THAT WERE AT ALL BASED ON THE NOVEL JANE EYRE, OR MAYBE HAD SIMILARITIES TO THE BOOK IN SOME WAY. SO IF YOU HAVE READ THE BOOK JANE EYRE, MAYBE YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHAT TYPE OF PAINTING I AM LOOKING FOR. JUST SOMETHING THAT DESCRIBES THE STORY LINE, OR ONE OF THE CHARACTERS IN THE BOOK. THANK YOU, SANDY

This came from @205.188.200.200 on martes, 09 abril 2002 03:08:02



??? (???), wrote:

were can I find some pictures of midievil pics?

This came from @205.122.135.158 on miércoles, 10 abril 2002 18:16:39



??? (???), wrote:

mythical

This came from @205.122.135.158 on miércoles, 10 abril 2002 18:17:14



Alana (mightychick15@aol.com), wrote:

do u have anything written by him that you can send me??

This came from @152.163.197.63 on viernes, 12 abril 2002 00:51:11



jonatan (newworldhk@hotmail.com), wrote:

hola k.c soy jonatan como estas '' todo bien''.por fabor me puedes mandar la fecha de llegada de la mercancia .consegustes los muŮecos porque estoy muy interesado.pasamelo por fax.un saludo.

This came from @62.117.128.89 on viernes, 12 abril 2002 17:59:22



Ana (andgal@wanadoo.es), wrote:

Hi! my name's Ana.I'm studing in Murcia for nurse. I need informacion abaut Martha Rogers, abaut her bibliography.THANKS.

This came from @62.37.136.238 on viernes, 12 abril 2002 18:58:19



slane (slane@lunet.it), wrote:

are there any preliminary drawings of the abduction of psyche. are there anyother artists who painted this scene apart from bougereau. if so please send me details of where i could find this. thank you.

This came from @151.39.149.225 on sábado, 13 abril 2002 02:28:53



??? (???), wrote:

IWANT TO KNOW THE NAME OF A TREE , BIRD AND A REPTILE THAT EXISTS IN THE AMAZON RAINFOREST PLEASE.

This came from @217.125.179.18 on lunes, 15 abril 2002 18:31:33



appollo (appollo54@hotmail.com), wrote:

this sux

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appollo (appollo54@hotmail.com), wrote:

this sux

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appollo (appollo54@hotmail.com), wrote:

this sux

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Simon HALL (ginandtonic16@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'd like to find a large colour print of "The lament of Icarus" by Herbert James DRAPER. Or indeed any information on Draper's work.

This came from @213.1.45.2 on martes, 16 abril 2002 17:44:31



Sue (???), wrote:

Do you have a large picture of The Light of the World? Thanks for your help.

This came from @194.200.167.205 on miércoles, 17 abril 2002 08:22:43



EsperanÁa (jaumevinasv@eresmas.com), wrote:

I would like to know is Edmund Blair Leighton was a Pre-Raphaelite artist. I am interested in his painting : "The Accolade" Thanks in advance

This came from @62.82.156.66 on jueves, 18 abril 2002 18:58:27



Teresa H (teresah@nexet.net), wrote:

I have a print of 'Mary and Her Lambs' copyrite date 1906 , by who appears to be... S Y Hill ??.....any info...??? this was my adored grandmothers picture. Rather poor family economically , I'd like to know where she might have gotten this. Appears to be a magazine photo.....One of the few items she carried throughout her many years of moving ( she was a migrant farmers wife)

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??? (???), wrote:

This came from @80.32.23.223 on viernes, 19 abril 2002 17:14:58



Ginny Kocik. (punkychick007@hotmail.com), wrote:

hi! I'm doing a project on the pre-raphealites and I was just wondering if you could please send me some infomation about the painters in the brother hood that would really help no other sites are as good as this one il recomend it. thanx Ginny Kocik :) p.s asap? :)

This came from @195.92.168.166 on viernes, 19 abril 2002 19:07:53



frank dicksee (???), wrote:

the two crowns by frank dicksee can be found in poster form at Michaels craft stores.

This came from @207.206.136.188 on viernes, 19 abril 2002 23:08:39



not telling (lelefox2000), wrote:

do you know a web site that has a big picture or potriat of Susan B. Anthony

This came from @152.163.197.71 on domingo, 21 abril 2002 23:45:12



??? (la_mariajo@yahoo.es), wrote:

i would like very much to know something about the painting named:Frederic Leighton (1856-1958).If you could to send me pictures I would be very happy.Annie Swynnerton "Cupido and Psyche" (1891) or "Lilith" from John Collier (1887). Sorry for my englih and thank you very much.

This came from @193.146.159.145 on lunes, 22 abril 2002 16:18:27



amanda soto (tigergirl_14@msn.com), wrote:

Where can i find information about Willam Shakespear? Like For example websites or just books about his life?

This came from @216.60.25.6 on lunes, 22 abril 2002 20:13:59



Cheryl Schubert (the_understudy@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am a high school student in need of help as to where I may find information on the actual history of the sword. I have searched the internet and have only come up with the names of those who sell swords. I am in need of the information due to a project in a class I am taking. Any help is appreciated.

This came from @192.188.141.199 on jueves, 25 abril 2002 18:03:24



sammy (blewwater@aol.com), wrote:

i was wondering if u can help me! ive got an essay 2 b in really soon 4 english and i need as much information on christina rossetti's poem "Goblin Market" its got 2 b at least 800 words long & its got 2 b as detailed as possible! but me, am crap @ english so a dont think am gonna manage?? i just need a wee bit of help like what its about & stuff, i have 2 cum up with topic sentances & all the paragraphs have 2 b about THE FRUIT , THE GOBLINS & THE GIRLS! can u help me please!! write bk ASAP! luv sam xxx

This came from @195.93.48.177 on jueves, 25 abril 2002 20:33:31



karte (???), wrote:

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Bill Curtis (drbillcurtis@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a print entitled "Cynthia" "Painted by F Dicksee". Can anyone help in locating information about this print? I find *no* references to it anywhere. Thanks, Bill

This came from @216.63.54.82 on lunes, 29 abril 2002 03:05:30



??? (dswan6364@aol.com), wrote:

I need some background information on Raffaello Sanzio and his cherubs painting.

This came from @152.163.201.186 on lunes, 29 abril 2002 03:53:11



Denise (boodadobie@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm trying to figure out everyone who is in the Raphael work known as "School of Athens" and where they're located in the piece. If anyone can help please email me. Thanks a bunch, Denise

This came from @66.57.67.169 on lunes, 29 abril 2002 14:49:36



Denise (boodadobie@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm trying to figure out everyone who is in the Raphael work known as "School of Athens" and where they're located in the piece. If anyone can help please email me. Thanks a bunch, Denise

This came from @66.57.67.169 on lunes, 29 abril 2002 14:49:51



emily (emspehn@hotmail.com), wrote:

hi. i was wondering who the artist was the painted Ophelia, from Hamlet, as sort of a tinkerbell? thanks!

This came from @128.101.71.106 on lunes, 29 abril 2002 21:46:15



Sandro Botticcelli (Informationonly@AOL.com), wrote:

???

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Sandro Botticcelli (Informationonly@AOL.com), wrote:

What is the life story on Sandro Botticcelli

This came from @205.188.197.54 on martes, 30 abril 2002 01:56:16



Sandro Botticcelli (Informationonly@AOL.com), wrote:

What is the life story on Sandro Botticcelli?

This came from @205.188.197.54 on martes, 30 abril 2002 01:56:29



Anne Peralta (stealheart_00@yahoo.com.), wrote:

Whatis the Significance of the study of King Arthur and CAmelot?

This came from @202.91.161.251 on martes, 30 abril 2002 02:14:38



Anne Peralta (stealheart_00@yahoo.com.), wrote:

Whatis the Significance of the study of King Arthur and CAmelot?

This came from @202.91.161.251 on martes, 30 abril 2002 02:15:40



hetti louise sansom (sansomhetti.theworldsgreatest/cool.com), wrote:

Do you have any photos of under water scences or anthing simalar because i need some for friday ? don't have any don't matter you just missout on £50 or if your American $75.

This came from @62.188.151.41 on jueves, 02 mayo 2002 18:44:20



hetti louise sansom (sansomhetti.theworldsgreatest/cool.com), wrote:

Do you have any photos of under water scences or anthing simalar because i need some for friday ? don't have any don't matter you just missout on £50 or if your American $75.

This came from @62.188.151.41 on jueves, 02 mayo 2002 18:44:36



harley (eichlerfamily@worldnet.att.net), wrote:

I have a victorian era lithogaphy print of a painting by an artist named YEENn KiNg (this is how it's signed). The painting is called "THE DUCK POND" It is a beautiful picture and has great personal value to me, it has been in my family for at least 80 years. I was wondering if anyone knows about this artist or this particular painting.

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Bob Knox (bknox@vol.com), wrote:

Where is the original " God Speed" located?

This came from @209.42.135.67 on lunes, 06 mayo 2002 04:32:29



GLORIA SAENZ GARCIA (gsaenz@aerocivil.gov.co), wrote:

Where I can get some colors for paint in porcelain wiht bell's c colors. Colors like 103, 116,117. I have an adress: Fl 32711 but I don the phone number.

This came from @200.21.205.131 on lunes, 06 mayo 2002 16:17:30



Heid (heid_stones@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can you send me a definition of what the or a pre-raphaelite is please

This came from @194.83.43.140 on lunes, 06 mayo 2002 17:50:43



garrett (iamaweasle9@hotmail.com), wrote:

whatis the legand of king aurtherall about i just dont get it?

This came from @205.238.99.92 on lunes, 06 mayo 2002 18:37:08



marie (marieg@roadrunner.nf.net), wrote:

I would like to know if anyone has any information on a painting titled "MOTHERS TREASURES". The artist is Arthur J Elsley and it is signed and dated 1911. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @205.251.128.243 on martes, 07 mayo 2002 02:59:52



marie (marieg@roadrunner.nf.net), wrote:

I would like to know if anyone has any information on a painting titled "MOTHERS TREASURES". The artist is Arthur J Elsley and it is signed and dated 1911. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @205.251.128.243 on martes, 07 mayo 2002 03:00:08



marie (marieg@roadrunner.nf.net), wrote:

I would like to know if anyone has any information on a painting titled "MOTHERS TREASURES". The artist is Arthur J Elsley and it is signed and dated 1911. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

This came from @205.251.128.243 on martes, 07 mayo 2002 03:00:23



WASHINGTON ROJAS FONSECA (WASHOVEN@HOTMAIL.COM), wrote:

Is any jewelry interested in cotract a master bech ,setter precious und semiprecious stones,with new ideas and unique desines in hand made pieces,I have also inclinations around sculpture in gold ,more than 18 years experience do i speak also french and deutsch,single looking for an ideal action field normal status life, because in venezuela is now terrible and I want to grouw up ,let me zeise this opportunity because life is beautifull but to short. Attte.WASHINGTON R. F.

This came from @200.11.240.225 on martes, 07 mayo 2002 20:28:12



Alice (tinribs80@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello, Do you have "last day in the old house on your sight"? Thankyou Alice

This came from @12.81.192.40 on sábado, 11 mayo 2002 18:19:55



lexy or alexis (melodwa@localnet.com), wrote:

where r the pictures

This came from @65.173.233.127 on martes, 14 mayo 2002 01:01:58



Neshia tompkins (babymj232004@yahoo.com), wrote:

do you have any photos of william shakesphere?

This came from @168.184.78.3 on miércoles, 15 mayo 2002 15:11:55



??? (mayhawke@earthling.net), wrote:

I'm looking for the name and artist of a picture. In the picture a knight in full armour is mounted on a horse with his back to the observer. He has his head turned to one side and where a young woman is standing (on some steps I think), she is leaning toward him slightly. In the background is a gate/archway through which fields can be seen. It is obvious he is just about to ridw to battle. The title may be something like 'Come back soon' or 'Come back safe' or just 'Come back...'. When I first saw it I took it to be a Waterhouse as the style is very much like his, but I have reason to believe it was painted by someone else.

This came from @80.3.160.5 on jueves, 16 mayo 2002 11:07:54



tash_444 (doodoo_dumbtash@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can you send me any picture please

This came from @203.109.205.19 on lunes, 20 mayo 2002 03:18:49



Karlyn (screwed_princess17@hotmail.com), wrote:

Where and how was tapestry made?

This came from @64.75.162.162 on miércoles, 22 mayo 2002 00:33:45



Karlyn (screwed_princess17@hotmail.com), wrote:

Where and how was tapestry made?

This came from @64.75.162.162 on miércoles, 22 mayo 2002 00:33:57



Dvid (davidve@sitiohispano.com), wrote:

I want see some paints about picasso

This came from @63.192.179.7 on miércoles, 22 mayo 2002 22:57:04



Kay (kaydocter@hotmail.com), wrote:

Can anyone give me story behind La Jeune Martyre.

This came from @216.183.66.21 on jueves, 23 mayo 2002 04:06:24



??? (???), wrote:

about pablo picasso the famous artest

This came from @204.102.35.204 on jueves, 23 mayo 2002 19:57:47



??? (???), wrote:

about pablo picasso

This came from @204.102.35.204 on jueves, 23 mayo 2002 19:58:27



wolfbringer (riverwolf87@msn.com), wrote:

Am looking for good quality medieval/fanyasy maiden art...Please email if you can assitst..Thank you

This came from @63.232.130.77 on jueves, 23 mayo 2002 21:09:29



Amy Elizabeth (DiscoDivaz2002@Aol.com ), wrote:

Where can I find pictures and infomation on the painter, William Morris. I would like pictures of William Morris and his famous art work.

This came from @195.93.50.157 on viernes, 24 mayo 2002 15:14:57



Charles Lewis (crlewis@grics.net), wrote:

I seeking information about Austrailian born artist William Strutt. There is a print of his that we have that is dated 1896 I believe and It`s called "Peace and a child shall lead them"?? Does anyone have any info on this ?Please help us out....-Thanks

This came from @216.166.247.160 on martes, 28 mayo 2002 05:09:40



Brad (bam_012@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hi...I am an art major and am doing an essay on the great italian renaissance painter, Sandro Botticelli. I discovered that his work was not that well known until a group of artists in England THE PRE-RAPHAELITES, rediscovered his works. I was wondering what the group stood for and any other information on the findings of Botticelli. Thanks..!!

This came from @207.50.4.102 on jueves, 30 mayo 2002 00:29:07



Ralph Albie (ralphalbie@aol.com), wrote:

Do You have a gallery for web viewing?

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??? (???), wrote:

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navee (???), wrote:

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naveed khan (naveedmustafa2002@), wrote:

This came from @202.176.224.246 on domingo, 02 junio 2002 11:58:14



MARY MONTERRUBIO (monterrubiomary@hotmail.com), wrote:

i so very very much love william bouguereau "pieta"...what does anyone know about it and where can you get a decent reproduction and where is the original? how much would it go for? thanks for any/all info! mary

This came from @12.45.32.1 on martes, 04 junio 2002 00:04:07



Jenny Cossham (jcossham@wiley.co.uk), wrote:

I am trying to locate the copyright holder for Waterhouse's Pandora of 1896, for reproduction in a forthcoming publication. Can anybody assist me. I know that the painting is in a private collection, but how can I get copyright? Thanks Jenny

This came from @193.130.68.17 on miércoles, 05 junio 2002 15:41:58



Jason Lonczak (playmker@wildmail.com), wrote:

In Piero's Enthroned Madonna and saints adored by federico da Monterfeltro, or called teh brera altarpiece who are the two men on the left next to John the Baptist, and the two on the right next to John the evangelist. They are on both sides of the angels. Also what do they symbolize. Thank you

This came from @24.92.41.153 on sábado, 08 junio 2002 02:18:11



Kenneth P Baker (KPb@means.net), wrote:

Sir/Madum Can you tell me, Because Dionsaurs Were so large if their cells, ie Fat blood brain cells were larger because of the size of the animal.The reason I am asking, I have a pice of flesh that has turned to stone. If you look through a microscoupe at this pice of stone, you can see little white disks that have little pink centers. The microscope I have is not very powerfull, And you can see the cells quite easily. Thank you Kenneth P baker 5120 county #4 NE Remer MN. 56672

This came from @206.10.110.229 on lunes, 10 junio 2002 17:36:12



kkrazy (qbangangster187@aol.com), wrote:

wasa folkz ? who was the 1 one to start the set of disiples gd ? please halla bakk

This came from @205.188.197.163 on miércoles, 12 junio 2002 00:37:37



Lisa Smith (paganlisa @blueyonder.co.uk.), wrote:

Where on earth can i get a poster of Magic Circle, I have tried everywhere.It is no longer available from anyone that I have contacted.I am exhausted and very depressed that such a work of art is so unobtainable ..........Do you know of anywhere that might have it in poster format.I would be really grateful if you could help me. PLEASE!!!!!!! LISA SMITH

This came from @62.30.192.1 on viernes, 14 junio 2002 09:16:04



Lisa Smith (paganlisa @blueyonder.co.uk.), wrote:

Where on earth can i get a poster of Magic Circle, I have tried everywhere.It is no longer available from anyone that I have contacted.I am exhausted and very depressed that such a work of art is so unobtainable ..........Do you know of anywhere that might have it in poster format.I would be really grateful if you could help me. PLEASE!!!!!!! LISA SMITH

This came from @62.30.192.1 on viernes, 14 junio 2002 09:17:23



reginald (regkim@msn.com), wrote:

were can I go to print out free invits for a brithday party

This came from @64.109.202.78 on domingo, 16 junio 2002 17:29:44



Andy (murgaine@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have liked a particulr painting since I was a little girl and could have sworn it was done by John William Waterhouse but it appears it was not. I found the painting on a Daedalus and Icarus website but no mention as to who the painter was. The title is "The Death of Icarus." Any assistance in helping me find out who did this painting would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

This came from @66.13.179.142 on martes, 18 junio 2002 21:48:01



Kim Barden (k.j.barden@btinternet.com), wrote:

We look through the surface of a Pre-Raphaelite painting in much the same way we do thru an academic one...When conservative critics in France attacked the work of Monet and others in the 1870s, it was almost as if they could not see the imagery being depicted. I need to answer this question, which is about the emphasis on technique has changed the way art is experienced. Can you help???

This came from @213.122.230.66 on domingo, 23 junio 2002 23:33:17



Havelock James Campbell (hjc@aybloc.com), wrote:

Dear Friends; I'm in a sweat trying to find a picture of the statue of Sir Henry Havelock(KCB) on Trafalgar Square, "surfing". You're as close as I got. Any chance of some links coming my way, ever so kindly furbished by you ? I thank you in advance; JIM (Brazil-resident descendent of Sir H.H.) www.aybloc.com

This came from @200.152.216.183 on lunes, 24 junio 2002 00:05:19



Rhonda Padilla (rptn1957@bellsouth.net), wrote:

error was made in your court no one seems to wont to listen or fix the issue. I am not allowed to speak with you. This is a very troubleing matter.

This came from @66.21.228.24 on miércoles, 26 junio 2002 15:12:39



Nicklaus (player405@hotmail.com), wrote:

could you explain the pre-raaphaelites and the arts & craft movement as a legitimate search for cultural identity??

This came from @203.106.202.212 on viernes, 28 junio 2002 10:20:04



Elyse Cooper (elysecooper@hotmail.com), wrote:

I'm trying to get information on William Strutt Pinx if anyone has any info. I'd sure appreciate it.

This came from @64.12.103.26 on sábado, 29 junio 2002 21:12:38



lisa kay (Lisascrafts@webtv.net ), wrote:

hello my name is lisa and i and want to know about a place called avlon an about high pristess and what are they thank you lisa kay

This came from @209.240.222.32 on domingo, 30 junio 2002 02:40:48



alfred (alfredz@aol.com), wrote:

i have a print dated 1906 of The Return From Calvary by Herbert Schmalz. It is in good condition and contained in an elaborate frame. I'm curious to know what its worth might be today? Thank you, AlfredZ

This came from @152.163.201.207 on lunes, 01 julio 2002 05:24:13



??? (???), wrote:

This came from @150.176.182.29 on lunes, 01 julio 2002 13:05:12



kristine watkins (kristinewatkins@hotmail.com), wrote:

i have a signed picture of robert woods the top is of the sky,next is mountains,below that is more trees, than water and the botton is of smaller trees, it's a framed 34 by29 the back board is of masonite presswood pat no. 1863506. could you tell me if this is worth any-thing. thank you kris

This came from @216.114.19.211 on miércoles, 03 julio 2002 00:06:31



jane (mchowatj@slucare1.sluh.edu), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about j crosbie gray? I have a painting of his that belonged to my grandparents and would like to know something about him, or if anyone else has any of his paintings

This came from @209.145.185.26 on jueves, 04 julio 2002 19:28:19



Torey (trep390@msn.com), wrote:

im playing this game and one question is who invented glaseing not oil based painting this person is also the court painter to the duke of burgandy i really need your help ive been doing reasercr for a long time thank you

This came from @68.80.100.154 on viernes, 05 julio 2002 17:46:07



Joyce Villwock (joycefaith60@hotmail.com), wrote:

I purchased a very large print by what looks like Luke Fildes. It's in black and white and depicts a bride and groom in a country setting surrounded by peasant looking people. Can you tell me anything about it? Thank you very much.

This came from @172.141.127.169 on sábado, 06 julio 2002 21:47:18



elena (miesvand@libero.it), wrote:

They are a student of Italian art I would like to have news on the movement Pre -Raffaellita. I thank you in advance for the attention I beg you to answer me, I need it for my thesis of degree

This came from @151.27.52.9 on martes, 09 julio 2002 17:22:52



wioletta wit (???), wrote:

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wioletta wit (???), wrote:

This came from @134.130.54.132 on miércoles, 10 julio 2002 14:51:29



Kaz (candykazbox@aol.com), wrote:

I have a print that I brought recently that appears to be a copy of a pen and ink or pencil drawing that depicts a knight in armour with his white horse. The horse's head is lowered and you can only see the front of it behind the knight. The knight is facing the left side profile. he has dark hair in a sort of bob! A young face, his hands are clasped on his knee. In the for-ground and thebackgrond is undergrowth and trees. Can you give me any idea who this drawing/painting is by? Hope it's not too tricky a question Thanks

This came from @205.188.193.36 on miércoles, 10 julio 2002 19:52:21



Isabella (creedray@earthlink.net), wrote:

I bought a print by Isabella signed. the signiture is R Yarlson or Harlsod number 4 of 71. Framed by Decor House,Inc.Brandenton,Florida A tall , long neck white bird.I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask and it would hurt not to. thank you for your time. Elaine

This came from @65.58.90.122 on miércoles, 10 julio 2002 23:29:17



Michelle Gordon (michellegordon8@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have a question that I hope you can answer. Do you know if anyone currently has legal rights (copyrights) to the paintings on the Sistine Chapel? i.e. if I wanted to put the famous Raphael Cherubs on a Greeting Card could I? I have seen them on various things. Please let me know. Thank you very much!

This came from @66.149.11.51 on viernes, 19 julio 2002 15:29:10



anthony (anthony _roche @indiatimes .com), wrote:

i would like to know about instilation art in europe .

This came from @202.142.66.103 on sábado, 20 julio 2002 07:47:19



ella snead (bugzmom46@hotmail.com ), wrote:

i have a picture painted by a. renoir of two young ladies by a woods scene i was wondering if they were of any worth and was wondering if you could help me on this many thanks ella

This came from @12.47.232.63 on sábado, 20 julio 2002 17:01:10



Judy (wsanders3@cox.net), wrote:

I have a painting by d booty, It say fine clocks. Do you know of d booty at all?

This came from @68.97.115.199 on sábado, 20 julio 2002 23:54:56



Brent (brensicklss@yahoo.com), wrote:

I need to Know how to write the words "POWER" and "PURITY" in the Egyption language?

This came from @12.248.143.97 on domingo, 21 julio 2002 01:17:19



D Bushman (faerymay@adelphia.net), wrote:

Looking for a painting by Thomas Francs Dicksee of a little blond girl holding a flower. I haven't been able to find it on the internet...help? thanks!

This came from @68.66.66.182 on lunes, 22 julio 2002 16:45:15



David Rooke (dpr@ft.dep.no), wrote:

Hello, Where can I find a decent sized reproduction of Dantes "The Salutation of Beatrice" on the internet? I am referring to the picture where Beatrice is standing in the streets of Florence. Hope someone can help.

This came from @132.150.145.18 on viernes, 26 julio 2002 07:56:02



leena (leenastanly@yahoo.com), wrote:

This came from @210.212.252.130 on lunes, 29 julio 2002 13:32:15



James Brown (???), wrote:

why was the camel imported into Australia

This came from @203.46.152.126 on miércoles, 31 julio 2002 02:47:58



Andrew REddie (areddie@hotmail.com), wrote:

Did lancelot really fall in love with king arthurs wife. And was lancelot put on trial for treason. Can you just send me the story in a short summary.

This came from @64.132.155.155 on jueves, 01 agosto 2002 05:05:58



HELEN HENDERSON (BUMS@TILLANET.COM), wrote:

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ONE OF W. BOUGOUREAU PRINTS. IT A PICTURE OF A LITTLE GIRL LEANING ON A STOOL WITH TWO CHERRIES ON IT. SHE HAS BROWN HAIR AND A PINK DRESS, SHE ALSO HAS A BLUE RIBBON IN HER HAIR AND BLUE EYES. CAN YOU TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PICTURE AND WHAT IT'S VALUE WOULD BE.

This came from @205.162.207.143 on domingo, 04 agosto 2002 06:58:48



HELEN HENDERSON (BUMS@TILLANET.COM), wrote:

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ONE OF W. BOUGOUREAU PRINTS. IT A PICTURE OF A LITTLE GIRL LEANING ON A STOOL WITH TWO CHERRIES ON IT. SHE HAS BROWN HAIR AND A PINK DRESS, SHE ALSO HAS A BLUE RIBBON IN HER HAIR AND BLUE EYES. CAN YOU TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PICTURE AND WHAT IT'S VALUE WOULD BE.

This came from @205.162.207.143 on domingo, 04 agosto 2002 07:44:56



Tracie (ameslake_fish@msn.com), wrote:

Looking for information on Edouard Cabane?

This came from @63.225.164.220 on martes, 06 agosto 2002 00:04:31



Carol Wilson (jenisongrl@yahoo.com), wrote:

I once saw a painting of the lady of Shallot lying in her boat, covered with flowers, when I was at the Art Institute of Chicago. It must have been 20 years ago, and it has been haunting me ever since. It is NOT the Waterhouse painting. Do you have any idea what it might have been?

This came from @12.245.38.189 on martes, 06 agosto 2002 05:52:27



The Lady of Shallot (???), wrote:

This came from @166.102.229.19 on jueves, 08 agosto 2002 23:01:07



Tamara Kisby (pheonix_28601@yahoo.com), wrote:

I am looking to find a detailed picture of the mythological pheonix I am an exotic dancer by the stage name Pheonix because of it's beauty and what it symbolizes... I am planning to get it tattooed on the small of my back.. If you have any ideas please feel free to email me... The Pheonix

This came from @12.150.140.162 on lunes, 12 agosto 2002 01:01:31



Pattie (pattie.e@netzero.net), wrote:

I am looking for an interpretation of the painting, "Temptation" by William Adolphe Bouguereau. Could you help me? Thanks, Pattie

This came from @206.149.197.101 on lunes, 12 agosto 2002 03:25:30



Raymond (RpattonJD@msn.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting but I do not know the orignail painter. The reference is England after 1820 and probally before 1900. It is a wedding scene with several people (approximately 40). Some people are throwing shoes at the horse carriage as it carries the bride and groom away. There is a statute of Venus de milo on the steps of the church building. A few people are wearing top hats. Do you know the name of the painting and/or the artist? I would really like to purchase a reproduction of this painting

This came from @66.126.166.134 on lunes, 12 agosto 2002 04:06:08



Raymond (RpattonJD@msn.com), wrote:

I am looking for a painting but I do not know the orignail painter. The reference is England after 1820 and probally before 1900. It is a wedding scene with several people (approximately 40). Some people are throwing shoes at the horse carriage as it carries the bride and groom away. There is a statute of Venus de milo on the steps of the church building. A few people are wearing top hats. Do you know the name of the painting and/or the artist? I would really like to purchase a reproduction of this painting

This came from @66.126.166.134 on lunes, 12 agosto 2002 04:06:32



Julie Manning (hulie78@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have in my possession a copy of Watts, Galahad. It was found in a school approx. 50 years ago. It is not in color but seems to be a copper lithograph version. I can't find any information on the web about this copy. If you know of any or anyone was information it would be appreciated in terms of age and value. Thanks

This came from @24.247.15.39 on viernes, 16 agosto 2002 17:23:48



ASHOUR (ASHOUR .COM .AU), wrote:

IM AFTER ASSYRIAN PHOTO

This came from @202.129.95.21 on domingo, 18 agosto 2002 06:00:56



Martina Merte (mamerten@gmx.de), wrote:

I need to know where I can find the Makins Collection. Town, Country etc. Thanks! Martina

This came from @193.131.159.2 on lunes, 19 agosto 2002 11:57:02



esperanÁa (jaumevinasv@eresmas.com), wrote:

Is there any Pre-Raphaelite named Robertson ? Thanks in advance EsperanÁa

This came from @62.82.139.176 on viernes, 23 agosto 2002 11:32:03



Tracy (tracy.wardle@mencap.org.uk), wrote:

I have a small old print of wedded by lord leighton does any one know where I could find more information on him and the print? Thank god for this site as I was getting knowhere.

This came from @195.92.67.65 on sábado, 24 agosto 2002 12:13:16



joumana el jurdi (joumana_jurdi@hotmail.com), wrote:

i am looking for pre-raphaeli oriental paintings.thank you.

This came from @194.126.27.194 on domingo, 25 agosto 2002 19:54:36



Valentina (valeigor@libero.it), wrote:

Well, this is not a question...I'd only like to thank you for this great site. I LOVE pre-raph!!! And especially thank for la belle dame sans merci and all the works of Burne-Jones Bye!

This came from @192.92.126.163 on miércoles, 28 agosto 2002 16:59:59



Krys (dr20s@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am thinkin gof a painting with a woman standing in front of her burning house but all you see is her back looking through a window. The colors of the painting are black and red. You got any ideas? The last time I saw it , It was in the Mc Nay art museum in san Antonio. Thank you!

This came from @192.206.56.1 on jueves, 29 agosto 2002 04:03:32



Krys (dr20s@hotmail.com), wrote:

I am thinkin gof a painting with a woman standing in front of her burning house but all you see is her back looking through a window. The colors of the painting are black and red. You got any ideas? The last time I saw it , It was in the Mc Nay art museum in san Antonio. Thank you!

This came from @192.206.56.1 on jueves, 29 agosto 2002 04:03:50



Julie Hall (julie.hall@burypct.co.uk), wrote:

What date was John Everrett Millais Born and when did he die?

This came from @213.121.212.121 on viernes, 06 septiembre 2002 12:18:01



Tina (tpowell471@hotmail.com), wrote:

Hello to all, I would like to know if there is any one who could possibly help. I am currently doing research on my faimly history, and have come to discover that we are realated to an English Artist by the name of W.Hunt. I have a print that has been in the family for at least 4 generations titled "Found". It`s a winter scene with a dog finding a lost lamb. Thank you ever so much in advance.

This came from @12.215.145.196 on domingo, 08 septiembre 2002 19:07:55



E. Rogers (JimEllen5801@msn.com), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about an artist named Alowettel or Alolllettel? Thank you.

This came from @67.27.8.144 on lunes, 09 septiembre 2002 00:32:16



E. Rogers (JimEllen5801@msn.com), wrote:

Does anyone know anything about an artist named Alowettel or Alolllettel? Thank you.

This came from @67.27.8.144 on lunes, 09 septiembre 2002 00:32:28



claire glendenning (sugarbabe87@vizzavi.net), wrote:

have you got any photos and information on the lady of shalott?

This came from @213.249.135.30 on lunes, 09 septiembre 2002 13:25:07



Rosie (Groovypig1288@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have to do some research for my school project so please could you give me a description of the pre-Raphaelites Thank you Rosie

This came from @212.67.98.217 on domingo, 15 septiembre 2002 16:13:13



Cristina (NINFA2C@YAHOO.COM), wrote:

Whatīs the history about The Accolade, the paint of Edmund Blair Leighton, preraphaelist artist?

This came from @62.22.73.2 on martes, 17 septiembre 2002 10:43:09



Wera (kowalczykw@kenyon.edu), wrote:

I'm doing a paper on Sir Edward Burne-Jones' painting "The Wine of Circe." I cannot find a picture of it on the internet, and I really really need it. Please help!Thanks.

This came from @138.28.21.11 on miércoles, 18 septiembre 2002 22:13:42



Diane Omodei (dianeomodei@bigpond.com), wrote:

I am looking for a Painting or Stained Glass in this period of Archangel Micheal. There is a Stained Glass at the Abbey Museum here in Queensland which is absolutely beautiful! I have not been able to take a reasonable photo of it and have asked at the Abbey about a Picture....There have not been able to assist me. Surely this piece of work would have been documented somewhere and a print of this or similar should be available. Thankyou Diane

This came from @203.54.199.162 on sábado, 21 septiembre 2002 12:15:14



Diane Omodei (dianeomodei@bigpond.com), wrote:

I am looking for a Painting or Stained Glass in this period of Archangel Micheal. There is a Stained Glass at the Abbey Museum here in Queensland which is absolutely beautiful! I have not been able to take a reasonable photo of it and have asked at the Abbey about a Picture....There have not been able to assist me. Surely this piece of work would have been documented somewhere and a print of this or similar should be available. Thankyou Diane

This came from @203.54.199.162 on sábado, 21 septiembre 2002 12:15:36



Ann (mvcormallen@aol.com), wrote:

I believe there is a painting called something like 'The Dopplegangers' but I don't know the artist or the true title. I am trying to track down details so if anyone can help I would be grateful.

This came from @195.93.50.9 on domingo, 22 septiembre 2002 20:32:57



Ralph (ralphbug64@hotmail.com), wrote:

I have two old printsno# is Hylas and the Nymphs by J.W.W Waterhouse and the other is called Ophelia Manchester city art gallery,printed in great britain.How can I find out when these might have been printed.About what time the last prints were put out? Thanks for any help you can give Ralph Cryer

This came from @207.164.213.140 on lunes, 23 septiembre 2002 04:49:13



lennyo Obrien (madlenny103@hotmail.com), wrote:

Could you send me some information on "The Ladt of Shalott" and Alfre, Lord Tennyson from the 1840's

This came from @213.249.130.85 on martes, 24 septiembre 2002 12:18:42



Sher Nunley (Ustrangegirl@aol.com), wrote:

In my high school literature book they stuck a few prints of "fine art" to expose us to culture. There was a painting of Ophelia, floating face up in the water, dead. It was a great picture. I do not know the artist. I thought for a long time it was Waterhouse because it had that kind of feel to it. Can you help?

This came from @172.142.234.93 on miércoles, 25 septiembre 2002 14:54:10



gemma richardson (???), wrote:

???

This came from @212.219.207.5 on jueves, 26 septiembre 2002 16:20:15



gemma richardson (???), wrote:

Have you got any pics of La Ghirlandata?

This came from @212.219.207.5 on jueves, 26 septiembre 2002 16:22:30



gemma richardson (???), wrote:

Have you got any pics of La Ghirlandata?

This came from @212.219.207.5 on jueves, 26 septiembre 2002 16:22:40



gemma richardson (???), wrote:

Have you got any pics of La Ghirlandata?

This came from @212.219.207.7 on jueves, 26 septiembre 2002 16:22:51



gemma richardson (???), wrote:

Have you got any pics of La Ghirlandata?

This came from @212.219.207.7 on jueves, 26 septiembre 2002 16:23:02



Brandon Geddes (bfegedde@thameschristiancollege.org.uk), wrote:

Can i get some history on the Pre-Raphaelites.Information such as when it was founded, Who were the first people in the organistion, and what happens in meetings.

This came from @213.18.248.18 on martes, 01 octubre 2002 15:21:48



Erica lynn lopez (lopezu69@hotmail.com), wrote:

where can i find articles on the painting The first kiss by William Adolphe Bougereau?

This came from @155.43.216.2 on martes, 01 octubre 2002 21:13:59



Barry Whitehouse (Barrybiggles@aol.com), wrote:

I am an Art teacher and we are currently studying the pre-rahaelites in Year 4. We are currently looking at figures in paintings - faces/bodies and how to draw them. I was hoping to teach how to paint figures 'in the style of the pre-raphaelites', but I don't know what their style was exactly! All I know is that they wanted to represent ideal beauty. They painted very realistically and detailed. Is that all the rules they had for figure work? Help!!

This came from @195.93.34.9 on martes, 01 octubre 2002 23:50:40



Myers (myers905@panetwork.com), wrote:

I need to know the artist and title of a painting probably done in England during the pre-Raphaelite period. At center is a seated artist painting a woman to the left of the painting. At far right is a young girl serving wine (or something) to the artist. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

This came from @204.171.65.134 on miércoles, 02 octubre 2002 02:32:22



Ana Garcia (ana868@hotmail.com), wrote:

Do you know about a series of paintings retelling the story of Sleeping Beauty?

This came from @67.34.52.194 on lunes, 07 octubre 2002 04:31:30



Irv Watts (Irv07@aol.com), wrote:

I have in my possession a photograph done of a painting by Camille Corol. 1870. The photographer was Braun Clememt Cie Succ. Does anyony know if this has any value? Or who would buy it. Thank you Irv

This came from @152.163.189.199 on lunes, 07 octubre 2002 16:59:09



Ashley Trousdale (Ashleyt40@yahoo.com), wrote:

I have an original print of "The Return From Calvary". Can you tell me what its value is?

This came from @64.156.102.176 on martes, 08 octubre 2002 05:06:46



ashleigh (???), wrote:

This came from @202.67.98.5 on martes, 08 octubre 2002 08:14:46



ashleigh (royallizandphil@aol.com), wrote:

hi i would like to find out about volcanos. first i'd like to know a description of what happends when a volcano erupts. secondly i would like a copy of a diagram of a composite volcanowith sections labled. last of all i would like to ask for a map of the world where it is marked were the most important volcanos are. thankyou!

This came from @202.67.98.5 on martes, 08 octubre 2002 08:22:38



Kari (karik@shaw.ca), wrote:

Do you know who owns the copyright to "Signing the Register" by Edmund Blair Leighton? I would like to have the painting printed on my wedding invitations. Any information you have regarding this matter including who may know the answer if you don't, please forward it to me. Thank you, Kari

This came from @24.66.94.142 on viernes, 11 octubre 2002 18:09:07



Livia Marton (csikos@mail.uti.hu), wrote:

I'm interested in "The mourning of King Arthur" by Burne-Jones, especially in the fact that why he had painted the Hungarian Holy Crown on it. I would also like to know if he had any Hungarian connections. (I wrote an article with my own theory, I could send it anyone who wants to learn about the possible connections between Attila, the Hun and King Arthur. I look forward to your responses.)

This came from @213.163.25.5 on sábado, 12 octubre 2002 14:26:59



Bonnie (trans17@aol.com), wrote:

I have what appears to be a brushed sepia/photograph of a young girl with a hat on her head, short blonde hair, arms crossed with flowers in her arms, sleeves covering her hands, only her upper torso, dressed in a white blouse with ruffled collar and stamped in the lower right-hand corner are the words, "Mon. AD. Braun Ex CIE BRAUN CLEMENT CIE SUCC. AD. ... Can you tell me what I have? Thanks!

This came from @205.188.209.101 on domingo, 13 octubre 2002 18:49:15



Livia Marton (csikos@mail.uti.hu), wrote:

Sorry, now I know the real title of the painting I'm particularly interested in. It is: The Last Sleep of Arthur in Avalon. Does anyone know about ANTONIO ALFREDO GUIDI? I've tried to write to him, but his e-mail address must have been changed. (Antonio, please, write!!!)

This came from @213.163.25.116 on lunes, 14 octubre 2002 18:50:50



Jessica (atc18uga@arches.uga.edu), wrote:

I was looking for a possible site or book where I could attain several depictions of the mythological pheonix

This came from @67.33.112.153 on martes, 15 octubre 2002 21:20:13



Jessica (atc18uga@arches.uga.edu), wrote:

I was looking for a possible site or book where I could attain several depictions of the mythological pheonix

This came from @67.33.112.153 on martes, 15 octubre 2002 21:20:26



Genev Bastien (lucianangel91@yahoo.com), wrote:

i want to find imforamtion on liles i need help nothing has something everywhere is want to buy flowers. ill talk to you later i need any help

This came from @165.161.3.13 on miércoles, 16 octubre 2002 18:52:54



tabi smiyh (tabi91@yahoo.com), wrote:

What ever happenned to Marry Newberry in the book Witch Child by Celia Rees? It was a sad book and tuched me. Please answer my question. It made me feel sad. I couldn't stop thinking about it. PPPPPPPLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

This came from @24.214.117.141 on miércoles, 16 octubre 2002 22:30:18



tabi smiyh (tabi91@yahoo.com), wrote:

What ever happenned to Marry Newberry in the book Witch Child by Celia Rees? It was a sad book and tuched me. Please answer my question. It made me feel sad. I couldn't stop thinking about it. PPPPPPPLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

This came from @24.214.117.141 on miércoles, 16 octubre 2002 22:30:35



Roxie (watermisstress@yahoo.com), wrote:

This came from @147.153.158.220 on jueves, 17 octubre 2002 18:35:04



caitlin (caitlindavies@hotmail.com), wrote:

Is William Morris (think wallpaper) popular now and if so why?

This came from @152.71.31.42 on viernes, 18 octubre 2002 17:22:08



eric (slayerboy20012002@yahoo.com), wrote:

What artist once wrapped islands in the bicaynebay with pink cloth and called it an art installation.

This came from @170.211.31.54 on viernes, 18 octubre 2002 17:35:34



Mandy (mandy.h@ntlworld.com), wrote:

I am trying to find a copy of a pinting by Ford Madox Brown called "The execution of mary queen of Scots" if anyone can help i would be grateful as I have search for hours and cant find it.

This came from @62.252.64.8 on domingo, 20 octubre 2002 15:21:12



MALVA PHILLIPS (babycakes@msn.com), wrote:

I AM DOING RESEARCH ON A SET OF ARTHUE SINGER PAINTINGS,OF WHICH I HAVE,THEY ARE SIGNED AND NUM,PAINTINGS OF BIRDS AND ETC, NEED INFO; ON THESE IF POSSIBLE THANK,S MS.PHILLIPS

This came from @67.210.224.188 on domingo, 20 octubre 2002 23:02:22