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Dante Gabriel Rossetti was born in 1824 in Manchester, England. He was the son of the illustrious Rossetti family. He studied at the Royal Academy of Arts and was a member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. His work is known for its evocative imagery and his poems. His work influenced several modern artists, including the Impressionists and the Surrealists.

Rossetti's paintings depict scenes from Shakespeare, Robert Browning, and Dante. His visions of feminine beauty inspired the work of William Morris and Edward Burne Jones. In 1855, he was recruited by William Morris to contribute to the 'Oxford and Cambridge' magazine. His paintings of medieval women became the inspiration for the Oxford Union Murals. In addition, he was an inspiration for the Pre-Raphaelites and the Victorians.

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