Burne-Jones, Edward, Sir (M)

b. 28 August 1833. d. 17 June 1898. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Pre-Raphaelite painter, watercolourist, and designer. Born in Birmingham. Educated at the Birmingham Government School of Design and Exeter College, Oxford. Moved to London in 1856 and began taking art lessons from Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Teacher at the Working Men’s College (1859-1861). Married Georgiana Macdonald (sister of Alice Kipling and Agnes Poynter) on 9 June 1860. Became an associate of the Old Watercolour Society in 1864 and a member of the Royal Academy in 1885. Appointed baronet in 1894. Member of the Hogarth Club. Biographical information: *ODNB*. (AC, CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 5
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
King Sigurd, the Crusader. A Norse Saga 1862-04 Good Words Illustrator 403
Summer Snow 1863-05 Good Words Illustrator 1581
Horatian Echo. (To an Ambitious Friend) 1887-07 The Century Guild Hobby Horse Illustrator 8809
“There is a Budding Morrow in Midnight” 1889-07 The Century Guild Hobby Horse Illustrator 8863
“Yea, I Have A Goodly Heritage” 1890-10 Atalanta Illustrator 2047