( 1828–82), English painter and poet; full name Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti. A founder member of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood (1848), he is best known for his idealized images of women, including Beata Beatrix (circa 1863) and The Blessed Damozel (1871-9). He was the brother of Christina Rossetti.
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