‘O YE, all ye that walk in Willowwood… that walk with hollow faces burning white…’ In honour of world poetry day, I’d like to share an excerpt of some older research on the Willow Tea Rooms here in Glasgow, the decorative theme of which was inspired by my favourite Dante Gabriel Rossetti poem: Willowwood.
O YE, all ye that walk in Willowwood… that walk with hollow faces burning white… Every 15 November, those of
I promise, if you read through a bit of exposition, the reason for the title shall become clear. It has
It’s Pre-Raphaelite Day! What does this mean? Well, this is, ostensibly, the 164th birthday of the Pre-Raphaelites. It is being
I was remiss in posting last month! Luckily, the thought-provoking Kirsty Walker has made a call to art detectives today
When I came to the subject of Artistic Dress, I had a great many assumptions about it, particularly in terms
Yesterday marked the 150th anniversary of the death of Elizabeth Siddal, artist, poet, and wife of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. To