Name Size Creator Creation Date Labels Comment  
JPEG File justice.jpg 754 kB Upreti, Ashwina Dec 16, 2009 10:44
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Luca Giordano - Fresken in der Galerie des Palazzo Medici-Riccardi in Florenz, Szene: Justizia  
JPEG File pandora.jpg 153 kB Upreti, Ashwina Dec 15, 2009 19:57
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Pandora - John William Waterhouse from :Wikipedia Commons  
GIF File Mary_Elizabeth_Braddon.gif 15 kB Upreti, Ashwina Oct 12, 2009 11:55
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Mary Elizabeth Braddon  
JPEG File Lady_Audleys_Secret_Scene.jpg 26 kB Upreti, Ashwina Oct 12, 2009 11:57
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Lady Audley Secret Scene - illustation from a magazine serial version. It is the confession scene.  
JPEG File 461px-Mary_Elizabeth_Maxwell_(née_Braddon)_by_William_Powell_Frith.jpg 34 kB Upreti, Ashwina Oct 12, 2009 12:01
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Mary Elizabeth Braddon - William Powell Firth.  
JPEG File fallen woman.jpg 84 kB Upreti, Ashwina Dec 15, 2009 13:12
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Found - Rosetti. Rosetti suggests that the woman may be "fallen" through the faded red roses on her dress  
JPEG File 400px-Millais-Blind_Girl.jpg 114 kB Bosch, Samantha A Nov 03, 2009 13:53
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John Everett Millais, "The Blind Girl" (1854-1856). Image reflects Pre-Raphaelite shift from addressing social problems to addressing the senses (Corbett 56). Compare to Millais's drawing "The Blind Man" (1853)  
JPEG File Dante_Gabriel_Rossetti_-_Lady_Lilith.jpg 63 kB Bosch, Samantha A Nov 03, 2009 13:48
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti, "Lady Lilith" (1868-73). Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dante_Gabriel_Rossetti_-_Lady_Lilith.JPG  
JPEG File tennyson rossetti.jpg 139 kB Studtmann, Rebecca A Oct 30, 2009 14:07
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Illustration for Alfred Tennyson's "The Palace of Art" (1857) George P. Landow http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/dgr/9.html  
JPEG File Past_and_Present_Number_One.jpg 32 kB Bosch, Samantha A Oct 26, 2009 16:52
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Augustus Leopold Egg, "Past and Present," no. 1 (1858) The woman's physical fall to the floor, her head hidden in shame and her hands clasped for forgiveness, symbolizes her social "fall" as an adulteress.  
JPEG File 439px-Hunt-AwakeningConscience1853.jpg 119 kB Bosch, Samantha A Oct 26, 2009 16:59
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William Holman Hunt, "The Awakening Conscience" (1853) The woman's startled expression indicates sudden awareness of her "fall"  
JPEG File 286px-Helen_of_Troy.jpg 45 kB Studtmann, Rebecca A Oct 21, 2009 18:30
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Helen Talboys(Or Helen of Troy)  
JPEG File Dante_Gabriel_Rossetti_-_'Roman_Widow'_('Ds_Manibus').JPG 48 kB Burk, Chelsea D Oct 16, 2009 10:47
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This is an example of the pre-Raphaelite artwork Lady Audley's portrait is compared to.  
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