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Gender, class, and radicalism representation in the Rossettis

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Time 19:30
Date 21/04/23
Price £12
  • Price £12 / £8 concessions
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Join the Tate for a special panel discussion exploring the role of women in the legacy of the Rossettis

Inspired by the works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Christina Rossetti and Elizabeth Siddal, this event will focus on the overlooked aspects of the group which are bought to the surface in The Rossettis.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti is perhaps best known for his depiction of Pre-Raphaelite women in works such as Lady Lilith 1867 and Beata Beatrix c.1864–70. These highly feminine representations of womanhood have often superseded knowledge of his collaborator Elizabeth Siddal and sister Christina Rossetti.

This panel discussion will focus on the women in the Rossetti narrative exploring their radical practices, relationship to class alongside analysing the representation of women in Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s work.

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