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Installation. The Pre-Raphaelite painter Edward Burne-Jones had a profound
influence on the Symbolist generation of the 1890s. During his lifetime,
he was recognized internationally for the dreamy, mystical look
of his models and a style of rhythmic, curvilinear lines. A number of
private collectors in the city, including the artist’s great-great grandson,
have generously agreed to lend works to this exhibition to be
joined by works in the National Gallery’s collection.