The article highlights the aesthetic implications of Rossetti’s unorthodox female ideal, especially with reference to his representation of the “fallen” and powerful women of his late works. In particular, it explores the intersemiotic interplay between painting and poetry in Rossetti's art and aesthetic creed.

“Amulet, talisman, and oracle”: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Dichotomies of Feminine Beauty

ANTINUCCI, Raffaella
2010

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The article highlights the aesthetic implications of Rossetti’s unorthodox female ideal, especially with reference to his representation of the “fallen” and powerful women of his late works. In particular, it explores the intersemiotic interplay between painting and poetry in Rossetti's art and aesthetic creed.
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