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Siege Of Dunkirk (1793) - Assessment
... Alfred Burne devotes several pages assessing the Siege of Dunkirk and Hondschoote, including much of the Duke of York's subsequent correspondence to the ... Freytag's) own conduct." Burne also points out the oft-overlooked fact that the French broke the terms of capitulation at Valenciennes, which dictated that released prisoners were not to fight again ... and used it's garrison for the relief of Dunkirk, that town would probably have fallen." Burne however believes that although it transgresses the principle of concentration, in this case it's ...
William Graham (Glasgow MP) - Art Collector
... Graham was a friend and patron of Edward Burne-Jones since 1856 ... Graham bought several of Burne-Jones's works and the 1886 sale of his collection allowed new Burne-Jones enthusiasts to acquire coveted pieces ... Graham also invited artists such as Burne-Jones and Edward Clifford to his country house, Stobhall, in Perthshire ...
Star Of Bethlehem (painting) - The Painting
... The Birmingham commission gave Burne-Jones an opportunity to revisit his tapestry design as a full-scale painting ... Burne-Jones worked on a ladder, and wrote "a tiring thing it is physically to do, up my steps and down..." A photograph by Barbara Leighton Sotheby, preserved as a platinum print by Frederick Hollyer, shows Burne-Jones ... Burne-Jones used a different pose of the angel holding the star, this time in a warm colour palette, to illustrate the wildflower called Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum) in The ...
Burne-Jones Baronets
... The Burne-Jones Baronetcy, of Rottingdean in the County of Sussex, and of The Grange in the Parish of Fulham in the County of London, was a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom ... It was created on 4 May 1894 for the artist and designer Edward Burne-Jones ...
The Last Sleep Of Arthur In Avalon
... Arthur in Avalon is a painting by Edward Burne-Jones, started in 1881 ... painting measures 279 cm × 650 cm, and is widely considered to be Burne-Jones's magnum opus ... The painting was originally commissioned from Burne-Jones by his patron George Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle, to hang on a wall in the library of Naworth Castle ...