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  1. Sir Philip William Burne-Jones, 2nd Baronet (1 October 1861 – 21 June 1926) was a Victorian Era British aristocrat, whose life and professional career as a painter spanned into the Edwardian. He was the first child of more famed British Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones and his wife Georgiana Macdonald , and a cousin of ...

  2. A biography of Philip Burne-JOnes, son of the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edwrd Burne-Jones. A look at the effect of his father's success on his own art and life. (PDF) Sir Philip Burne-Jones: A Life In a Tall Shadow | Tim McGee - Academia.edu

  3. Sir Philip Burne-Jones, 2nd Bt. (1861-1926), Painter. Sitter in 15 portraits. Artist of 3 portraits. Philip Burne-Jones was the eldest child of the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones. He focused seriously on painting as a career and had his debut exhibition in 1886 at the Grosvenor Gallery, London. He also participated in shows at the ...

  4. 21 de jan. de 2002 · Philip Burne-Jones was the only son of Edward Burne-Jones and also became an artist. He found it hard to work in the shadow of his famous father, hence his life is a rather sad catalogue of wasted talents and opportunities. He was educated at Marlborough ( William Morris 's old school) and at University College, Oxford, but had no academic success.

  5. BIOG21432 Drawn by: Philip Burne-Jones | Production date 1865-1880 . drawing; letter. Museum number 1942,1215.27 ...

  6. 21 de dez. de 2017 · However, in 1897, Philip Burne-Jones’s painting The Vampire, and Rudyard Kipling’s companion poem of the same name, recast the supernatural creature as a mortal woman who metaphorically bleeds ...

  7. It now has over 10,000 artworks. The catalogue raisonné has used the convention that Burne-Jones adopted for the authorship of the paintings, with additions. Burne-Jones considered that all works issued by the studio were by him and this is what he advised his son, Philip, to adopt when he sold the contents of the studio.