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The Border widow (Home Affections from the Poets, 1858).

John E. Millais, from English illustration, ‘the sixties’ : 1857-70, by Gleeson White, London, 1903.

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The Border widow (Home Affections from the Poets, 1858).

John E. Millais, from English illustration, ‘the sixties’ : 1857-70, by Gleeson White, London, 1903.

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Friday, February 14, 2014
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The parable of the marriage feast.

John Everett Millais, from The graphic arts of Great Britain, by Malcolm C. Salaman & Charles Holme, London, Paris, New York, 1917.

(This drawing was made with pen and ink on wood, presumably to be engraved later)

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The parable of the marriage feast.

John Everett Millais, from The graphic arts of Great Britain, by Malcolm C. Salaman & Charles Holme, London, Paris, New York, 1917.

(This drawing was made with pen and ink on wood, presumably to be engraved later)

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, November 9, 2012
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Lady with hounds, illustration by J. E. Millais for London society.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Lady with hounds, illustration by J. E. Millais for London society.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Saturday, June 23, 2012
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Death dealing arrows.

J. E. Millais, from English illustration, ‘the sixties’ : 1857-70, by Gleeson White, London, 1903.

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Death dealing arrows.

J. E. Millais, from English illustration, ‘the sixties’ : 1857-70, by Gleeson White, London, 1903.

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Thursday, December 30, 2010
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J. E. Millais, from Good words. Wood engraving by the brothers Dalziel.
From Modern illustration, by Joseph Pennell, London, 1895.
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J. E. Millais, from Good words. Wood engraving by the brothers Dalziel.
From Modern illustration, by Joseph Pennell, London, 1895.
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Monday, July 19, 2010
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Illustration by John Everett Millais for Mariana. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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Illustration by John Everett Millais for Mariana. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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Thursday, December 31, 2009
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Illustration for The Sisters by John Everett Millais. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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Illustration for The Sisters by John Everett Millais. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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Thursday, December 31, 2009
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illustration for Locksley Hall by John Everett Millais. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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illustration for Locksley Hall by John Everett Millais. From Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson, London, 1901.
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Thursday, December 31, 2009