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In the centre is the Bride of the Canticles, full face, arrayed in a rich green robe with flowing sleeves embroidered in gold and red.
The Beloved (The Bride) by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1865 - 1866
© Tate Collection
- Oil Dimensions: 82 x 76 cm
- Acquired in:
- Rae family
Her veil is fastened back by gold and scarlet aigrettes of Peruvian feather work. Round her are four dark-haired maidens, whose heads encircle and frame her. The figures are half-length, the two outside maidens carrying stems of blossoms, on the left japonica, and on the right a tiger-lily. Before her is a little negro boy, bedecked with a jewelled collar and headband, bearing in his hands a golden vase with roses.
Collection of Rae