Friday, June 15, 2012

The Prisoner's Daughter

The Prisoner's Daughter
Dante Gabriel Rossetti


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The whereabouts of this crayon drawing, which originally belonged to Watts-Dunton, are unknown. It was said to be an illustration of a story by Watts-Dunton (“The Prisoner's Daughter”), but as Marillier points out, this could not have been the original purpose of the 1870 drawing, since DGR and Watts-Dunton's acquaintance dates from 1872.

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