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Christina Rossetti

(1830-1894), Poet

Christina Georgina Rossetti

Sitter in 5 portraits
Poet; best known for her lyrical poems on the theme of unhappy love and loss; also wrote religious and meditative poetry and verse for children; among her best-known works are ''Goblin Market'' and '' Other Poems'', 1862, and ''The Prince's Progress'', 1866; she was sister of the poet and painter D.G. Rossetti, and of the art critic W.M.Rossetti.

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The Rossetti Family, by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) - NPG P56

The Rossetti Family

by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
albumen print, 7 October 1863

The Rossetti family, by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) - NPG P1273(25b)

The Rossetti family

by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
albumen print, 7 October 1863
NPG P1273(25b)

Christina Georgina Rossetti, after Dante Gabriel Rossetti - NPG P1273(1b)

Christina Georgina Rossetti

after Dante Gabriel Rossetti
photograph of drawing, albumen print, 1877
NPG P1273(1b)

Christina Georgina Rossetti, by Elliott & Fry - NPG P1700(11c)

Christina Georgina Rossetti

by Elliott & Fry
albumen print, 1880s
NPG P1700(11c)

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