The Blue Closet by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Description

The Blue Closet is a watercolour painting by Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Created around 1857, it draws heavily on Medieval imagery and style as typical of Rossetti's early works.

Full title:
The Blue Closet
Created:
1857
Format:
Artwork / Image
Creator:
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Copyright:
© De Agostini Picture Library
Usage terms

 © De Agostini Picture Library

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Tate
Shelfmark:
N03057

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