Edward Burne-Jones: Master of Victorian decorative arts

Issue No. 38


November 2011 Prompted by the publication of Fiona MacCarthy’s highly-acclaimed new biography, we immerse ourselves in the life of one of the most important painters of the nineteenth century: Edward Burne-Jones (1833-98).

Public palaces of art Fiona MacCarthy discusses Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian interior

Two Burne-Jones Martin Harrison uncovers the paradoxes in Burne-Jones's work

Arts and Crafts reflections on Burne-Jones and stained glass Peter Cormack on a seminal figure and a stimulating force

Top ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales 2011

The most endangered buildings from 2010: An update

House Notes: The production and repair of Victorian glass Vanesa Gonzalez

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