Update 2: Victorian Visionaries: Across the Pond – Part 2

Bocca Baciata by Rossetti: Copper-haired, long-necked women became a trademark of Rossetti’s work.

I have recently returned to Virginia (which is quite a bit hotter and mosquito-ridden than England) to begin the painting portion of the project. However, I’ll finish up with a recap of my historical findings in London. I traveled to the city to experience the Pre-Raphaelites in their natural habitat, and understand how and why […]

More time, more time, my kingdom for more time!

Hello again! One week (okay, 4 days–eek!) left, one more blog post to go, a whole laundry list of things to accomplish. (Plus, you know, packing for school and writing a thesis proposal and getting ready for theatre auditions and all that jazz. No big deal.) My goal for this week is to finish all […]

Goodness Grace-ious me!

Post #3! And it’s only…um…2 weeks since my last post! Oops I should probably pick up the posting pace. Anyways! I’m here in D.C. for the week, seeking new intellectual stimulation at the fabulous [read as: intimidating] Library of Congress. I know that for everyone who lives near D.C. (so 90% of William & Mary) […]