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Portrait of Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal; seated in a basket chair, turned to right, with knees slightly raised, holding a pair of scissors in right hand and cutting a pattern from a strip of paper
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Height: 188 millimetres
Width: 153 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- French thought this drawing to be connected with the watercolour 'The Tune of Seven Towers', 1857 [Tate N03059].
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1948 London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, no.103, lent by Cecil French
1991 Mar-Apr, Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 'Rossetti Portraits of Siddal', no. 44
1991 May-Jul, Birmingham Art Gallery, 'Rossetti Portraits of Siddal', no. 44
1994-5 Sept-Jan, BM, Pre-Raphaelite Drawings, no.13
2003-4 Oct-Jan, Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, 'Dante Gabriel Rossetti'
2004 Feb-June, Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, 'Dante Gabriel Rossetti'
2014 Oct-Jan, London, National Portrait Gallery, Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and His Legacy 1860-1960
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