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Fairclough, Oliver and Emmeline Leary. Textiles by William Morris and Morris & Co., 1861-1940. Introduction by Barbara Morris. London: Thames and Hudson, 1981. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, March 13 - May 3, 1981. PRB-268

Fal. Fables. Philip Burne-Jones, il. London: Duckworth, 1898. Contents: Poojums and M'Alister; Adam and Eve; The wail of the winkles; Lazaras and Martha; The serpent in the garden; Tale of the tadpole; Hezekiah the tortois; The egg's confession; The widowed worm; Martha the pug; The grasshopper and the glowworm; The wingless frog; Gianaclis the star fish; The foolish flee. Bound in light pink cloth boards with illustration in black. PRB-668

Faxon, Alicia Craig. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Oxford: Phaidon, 1989. Dust-jacket. PRBF-50

Ferretti, Salvatore. Inni e Salmi ad uso dei Cristiani d'Italia. Con dodici armonie. London: Presso Partridge Ed Oakey, 1850. Inscriptions on prelim. leaf: "Alla carissima sua mogli Francesca l'affelluosissimo marito Gabriele Rossetti, Londra. il 7 di giugno del 1850" and "W. M. Rossetti from his mother, 1873." Bound in original red cloth; a.e.g. Contains poems and songs of a religious sentiment, some of which are attributed to Gabriele Rossetti. PRB-38

Fine Art Society, London. Notes on the Pictures of Mr. Holman Hunt. Exhibited at the rooms of the Fine Art Society, 1886. With criticisms by John Ruskin and other comments. London: William Reeves, 1886. Preface signed: A. Gordon Crawford [pseud. Of Alexander Wise]. Contains nothing original from the pen of Ruskin and neither edited nor prefaced by him. Fully described in T.J. Wise's Bibliography of Ruskin. London, 1893, II, 331. This is the large-paper copy, bound. Another copy (22cm.) At PAM-2354. PRB-927

Fish, Arthur. John Everett Millais, 1829-1896. London: Cassell, 1923. One colored plate mounted on cover. Printed in Great Briatin. PRBF-67

Fleming, Gordon H. Rossetti and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. London: Hart-Davies, 1967. PRB-864

---. That Ne'er Shall Meet Again: Rossetti, Millais, Hunt. London: Joseph, 1971. Fleming concentrates on "the careers, following the end of the Brotherhood, of the three principal Rre-Raphaelites, who forever remained strikingly dissimilar artists and men, William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, and Danted Gabriel Rossetti." Fleming goes on to say that he has also "attempted to trace the course of the movement that borught these men together, Pre-Raphaelitism, during the middle and late Victorian years when it was not sustained by a formal organization." PRB-72

Floire et Jeanne. Of King Florus and the Fair Jehane. William Morris, tr. Colophon: Printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, & finished on the 16th day of December, 1893. Title and first page of text within ornamental border; initials; marginal notes in red. 350 copies on paper, 15 on vellum. Half-title and caption title: The Tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane. Translated by William Morris from a little volume called "Nouvelles Francoises en Prose du XIIIe Siecle," Paris, 1856. PRB-483

Ford, Ford Madox. Ford Madox Brown: A Record of his Life and Works. London: Longmans, 1896. Appendix A: Madox Brown as a teacher; Appendix B: List of Madox Brown's more important works; Appendix C: Catalogue of some of Madox Brown's designs for stained glass. This biography contains remembrances as well as letters from contemporaries of Ford Madox Brown, including D. G. Rossetti and others of the Brotherhood. It also contains numerous reproductions and illustrations. PRB-75

---. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: A Critical Monograph. London: Duckworth; New York: Dutton, 1907. Includes front. plates, ports. PRB-568

---. Rossetti: A Critical Essay on his Art. London: Duckworth, 1902? PRB-929

---. Rossetti: A Critical Essay on His Art. London: Duckworth; New York: Dutton, 1904?. Prize plate of Mary Shepley on inside front cover. Bound in red leather with gold ornaments and lettering on front cover and spine. Prize plate of Mary Shepley on inside front cover. Bound in red leather with gold ornaments and lettering on front cover and spine. This work is a volume from the Popular Library of Art series. Ford states that he will "attempt to state as clearly as is practicable what he thinks are the true bearings on Rossetti of the various movements that Rossetti came in contact with; of the men by whom he was influenced; of the things, in short, that created his various states of mind." The work includes 53 illustrations. PRB-85

Ford, Julia Ellsworth Shaw. Simeon Solomon, An Appreciation. New York: Sherman, 1908. "Partial list of paintings, drawings, and sketches by Simeon Solomon." PRBF-58

Forsyth, Peter Taylor, 1848-1921. Religion in Recent Art: Expository Lectures on Rossetti, Burne Jones, Watts, Holman Hunt and Wagner. 3rd ed. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1905. Contnets: Rossetti or the religion of natural passion; Burne-Jones, or the religion of præternatural imagination; Watts, or the religion of supernatural hope; Holman Hunt or the religion of spiritual faith; Richard Wagner and pessimism; Wagner's ‘Parsifal.' PRB-907

Franklin, Colin. Printing and the Mind of Morris: Three Paths to the Kelmscott Press. Cambridge: Rampant Lions, 1986. "5 copies on vellum, not for sale, lettered A-E; 50 copies on Barcham Green Canterbury handmade paper, numbered I-L, of which the numbers I-X are not for sale; 450 copies on Hahnemuhle mould-made paper, numbered 1-450, of which numbers 1-50 are not for sale" This is copy 134. PRB-599

Fraser, Robert S., ed. Essays on the Rossettis. Princeton: Princeton U Library, 1972. Special bound issue of the Princeton University Library Chronicle, v.33, no.3, spring, 1972. PRB-235

Fredeman, William Evan. Pre-Raphaelitism: A Bibliocritical Study. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1965. Based on thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1956. PRB-462

Freer Gallery of Art. The Whistler Peacock Room. 3rd ed. Washington, 1965. Includes an account of a protrait by Whistler, in the Peacock room, known as Rose and silver: the princess from the land of porcelain. PRBP-32

From the Kelmscott Press: An Exhibition of Books, Their Binding and Pages: January 19-August 3, 1975. Organized by the Lowe Art Museum with the aid of Robert Stahr Hosmon. Coral Gables, FL: The Museum, 1975. PRBP-39