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Slide set: [RAMM Collection: portraits and tableaux] (miscellaneous: privately made, 26 slides, in/before 1932)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
A.W. Clayden, M.A., F.G.S.
Miss J.D. Montgomery, d.1918
A.J. Grant, M.A.
J. Holland Rose, M.A.
H. Mackinder
Professor Moulton
Performers in Mod. 'Greek' play 'Curiosity'
Colomba's Birthday
La Serva Padrona (Miss A. Bayley)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dorigen, Burne Jones
Cupid's Forge. E. Burne Jones
Love and the Pilgrim. Burne Jones
C.J. Tait as 'Dante' and bust of Dante
Players in 'Vita Nuova' (Dante) and Old Ballads
Dante's Dream (Rossetti)
Beatrice denies Salutation
Salutation in Eden
Una and the Lion
Alma at the gate of the House of Temperance
Britomart and Magic Mirror
Visit to Merlin's Cave
Glaucé arming Britomart
The Three Fates
The two Florimells
Pastorella and the Shepherds

BURNE-JONES, Edward  (1833-1898) – creator of source image(s), slides [11]-[13]

CRANE, Walter  (1845-1915) – creator of source image(s), slides [19]-[26]

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel  (1828-1882) – creator of source image(s), slides [16]-[18]

People appearing in slides

AVIOLET, Miss E.H.  (1868-1949) – slide [10]

CLAYDEN, Arthur W., M.A., F.G.S., F.C.S.  (1855-1944) – slide [1]

GRANT, A.J., M.A.  (1862-1948) – slide [3]

MACKINDER, H.J., M.P.  (1861-1947) – slide [5]

MONTGOMERY, Miss Jessie  (1851-1918) – slide [2]

MOULTON, R.G.  (1849-1924) – slide [6]

ROSE, J. Holland, M.A.  (1855-1942) – slide [4]


The slides are listed here in the order of their accession numbers in the RAMM Collection, but otherwise do not carry individual numbers.

The first six portraits show various people connected in some way to the establishment of the University College of South West England, later the University of Exeter, and/or the Cambridge University Extension Lecture scheme.

Slides [19] to [26] are photographed from Walter Crane's illustrations of Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, in an edition published in parts 1894-1896. These and the other photographs of artwork in this set may have been used as models for amateur theatrical productions or tableaux, similar to those illustrated in other slides here.

Lucerna ID  3008629

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 17 April 2019

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