New title: The Late Pre‑Raphaelites and where to find them by David Elliott and Patricia O’Connor

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This handy gazetteer provides a wealth of information on the lives of all the leading Pre-Raphaelite artists and their many associates, together with details of the locations of their gravesites.

David Elliott is the grandson of Pre Raphaelite artist, connoisseur and art collector Charles Fairfax Murray. Having retired from a successful career in the communications and marketing industries, David now writes and lectures in Pre Raphaelite studies. Among his notable books are Charles Fairfax Murray: The Unknown Pre-Raphaelite and A Pre-Raphaelite Marriage: The Lives and Works of Marie Spartali Stillman & William James Stillman.

Patricia O’Connor has been Chairman of the Pre Raphaelite Society for the past twenty years. She is interested in all things Victorian particularly art pottery and Arts and Crafts furniture. Her one abiding passion is the artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Patricia writes “I very much enjoyed working with David Elliott on the gazetteer The Late Pre Raphaelites and where to find them. The project promised to be an adventure and did not disappoint. Here is an opportunity for the reader to participate in the same adventure”.

Paperback : 45 pages : 59 illustrations : Price £9 incl. P&P for UK (for overseas purchasers please email info@pre-raphaelitesociety.org for price details) : ISBN 978 1 5272 0219 1

To order a copy of The Late Pre Raphaelites please email info@pre-raphaelitesociety.org or telephone 01676 530512 or 07739 892309 or send a cheque for £9 (UK purchasers only) made payable to ‘The Pre-Raphaelite Society’ to M. Wollaston, 18 Floyd Grove, Balsall Common, Coventry CV7 7RP.

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