Evelyn De Morgan (1850-1919)

Evelyn De Morgan
Cassandra, 1898
Medea
Medea, 1886
Clytie
Clytie, 1887

 

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9 thoughts on “Evelyn De Morgan (1850-1919)”

  1. These are wonderful! I somehow have never seen any of her paintings. I just read that she was fond of Botticelli, which isn’t a surprise, and I particularly love Cassandra, so carefully dressed, despite the destruction of Troy, with a little toybox Trojan horse & a medieval version of the city in flames. She’s going through the motions of rending her hair, but not enough to disturb her gold circlet, and appears to be more lost in thought, than distraught.
    Really like these!

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