List of paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

List of paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

This is a list of paintings by the British Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Most painting details are referenced from the Rossetti Archive [ [ Rossetti Archive] ,] with some additional paintings researched from The Walker Art Gallery. [ [ The Walker Art Gallery] ]


*"Self-portrait" (1847), National Portrait Gallery, London.
*"Bottles" (1848), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"Mary's Girlhood (For a Picture)" or "The Girlhood of Mary Virgin" (1848-49), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Laboratory" (1849), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.


*""Hist!", Said Kate the Queen" (1851), Eton College.
*"Ecce Ancilla Domini" or "The Annunciation" (1850), Tate Britain, London.
*"Borgia" (1851), Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle.
*"Two Mothers" (1852), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Carlisle Wall" or "The Lovers" (1853), Tate Britain, London.
*"The First Anniversary of the Death of Beatrice or "Dante drawing an angel" (1853), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"Elizabeth Siddal" (1854), Delaware Art Museum, Delaware.
*"Found (1854), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"Paolo and Francesca da Rimini" (1855), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Annunciation" (1855), Agnew's Gallery, London.
*"Arthur's Tomb" or "The last meeting of Launcelot and Guenevere" (1855), Tate Britain, London.
*"Dante's Vision of Rachel and Leah" (1855), Tate Britain, London.
*"" (1855-56), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Blue Closet" (1856-57), Tate Britain, London.
*" or "Dante's Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice" (1856), Tate Britain, London.
*"Mary in the House of St. John" (1858), Delaware Art Museum, Delaware.
*"The Damsel of the Sanct Grael" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Gate of Memory" (1857), The Makins Collection.
*"Mary Magdalene Leaving the House of Feasting" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"Mary Nazarene" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Tune of Seven Towers" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Wedding of St. George and the Princess Sabra" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Death of Breuze Sans Pitié" (1857-65), Virginia Surtees.
*"The Harp Player" (1857), private collection.
*"Writing on the Sand" (1857-58), British Museum, London.
*"St. Catherine" (1857), Tate Britain, London.
*"Chapel Before the Lists" (1857-64), Tate Britain, London.
*"A Christmas Carol" (1857-8), Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University.
*"Before the Battle" (1858), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
*"Golden Water" or "Princess Parisadé" (1858), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"The Seed of David" (1858-64), Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff.
*"The Bower Garden" (1859), Dr. G. L. Leathart.
*"My Lady Greensleeves" (1859), British Museum, London.
*"Sir Galahad at the Ruined Chapel" (1859), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
*"The Salutation of Beatrice" or "Salutatio Beatricis" (1859), National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.


*"Dantis Amor" (1860), Tate Britain, London.
*"Bocca Baciata" (1860), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
*"The Farmer's Daughter" or "Hanging the Mistletoe" or "Girl Tying Up Mistletoe" (1860), private collection.
*"Lucrezia Borgia" (1860-61, 1868), Tate Britain, London.
*"Regina Cordium" (1860), Johannesburg Art Gallery.
*"Regina Cordium" (1861), Mrs. L. D. Jackson.
*"Algernon Charles Swinburne" (1861), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"The Annunciation" (1861), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"Fair Rosamund" (1861), National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.
*"Love's Greeting" (c.1861), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston.
*"St. George and the Princess Sabra" (1862), Tate Britain, London.
*"" (1861-62, 1868), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
*"Girl at a Lattice,, (1862), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"Mrs. James Leathart" (1862), Mrs. T.H. Leathart.
*"Belcolore" (1863), current location unknown.
*"Helen of Troy (Rossetti painting)" (1863), Kunsthalle, Hamburg.
*"Woman in Yellow" (1863), Tate Britain, London.
*"Joan of Arc Kissing the Sword of Deliverance" (1863), Musée des Beaux Arts de Strasbourg.
*"Fazio's Mistress" or "Aurelia" (1863;1873), Tate Britain, London.
*"La Castagnetta" or "The dancing girl" or "The daughter of Herodias" (1863), Jerrold N. Moore.
*"My Lady Greensleeves" (1863), Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University.
*"Beata Beatrix" (1864), Tate Britain, London.
*"How Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival were Fed with the Sanc Grael; But Sir Percival's Sister Died by the Way" (1864), Tate Britain, London.
*"Emily Heimann" (1864), private collection.
*"Monna Pomona" (1864), Tate Britain, London.
*"Morning Music" (1864), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"Venus Verticordia" (1864-68), Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Bournemouth
*"Woman Combing Her Hair" (1864), Virginia Surtees.
*"The First Madness of Ophelia" (1864), Oldham Art Gallery and Museum.
*"The Blue Bower" (1865), The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham.
*"A Fight for a Woman" (1865), Detroit Institute of the Arts.
*"Il Ramoscello" or "Bella e Buona " (1865), Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University.
*"The Merciless Lady" (1865), Charles Handley–Read.
*"Miss Burton" (1865), The Honorable Colin Tennant.
*"The Beloved" or "The Bride" or "The King's Daughter" (1865-66, 1873), Tate Britain, London.
*"Monna Vanna" or "Belcolore" (1866), Tate Britain, London.
*"Regina Cordium" (1866), Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow.
*"Sibylla Palmifera" or "Venus Palmifera" (1866-70), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
*"A Christmas Carol" (1867), The Viscount Leverhulme.
*"Joli Coeur" (1867), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"The Loving Cup" (1867), National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo.
*"Sir Tristram and La Belle Yseult Drinking the Love Potion" (1867), Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford, England.
*"Mrs. William Morris" or "The Blue Silk Dress" (1868), Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire.
*"Lady Lilith" (1868), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.


*"Mrs. William Morris" (c.1870), Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton.
*"Mariana" (1870), Aberdeen Art Gallery.
*"Silence" (1870), Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York.
*"La Donna della Finestra (1870), Bradford Art Gallery.
*"Pandora, (1871), private collection.
*"Dante's Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice", (1869-1871), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
*"Water Willow" (1871), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"The Bower Meadow" (1872), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"Veronica Veronese" (1872), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"Blanzifiore" (1873), Collection of Lord Lloyd-Webber.
*"La Ghirlandata" (1873), Guildhall Art Gallery, London.
*"Marigolds" or "Bower Maiden" or "Fleurs de Marie" or "Gardener's Daughter" (1873), Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery .
*"Proserpine" (1874), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Damsel of the Sanct Grael" (1874), collection of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
*"Roman Widow" or "Dîs Manibus" (1874), Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico.
*"La Bella Mano" (1875), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"The Death of Lady Macbeth'" (1875), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
*"Astarte Syriaca" or "Venus Astarte" (1876-77), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"Mnemosyne" or "Lamp of Memory" or "Ricordanza" (1876-1881), Delaware Art Museum.
*"A Sea–Spell" (1877), Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University.
*"Mary Magdalene (1877), Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, Delaware.
*"Bruna Brunelleschi" (1878), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
*"A Vision of Fiammetta" (1878), Collection of Lord Lloyd-Webber.
*"Pandora" (1878), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
*"Beatrice" (1879), Charles Butler.
*"La Donna della Finestra" or "The Lady of Pity" (1879), Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University.


*"The Day Dream" or "Monna Primavera" (1880), Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
*"The Blessed Damozel" (1875-1881), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
*"The Salutation of Beatrice" (1880-81), Toledo Museum of Art.
*"Proserpine" (1882), Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, Birmingham.


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