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Galerie du Luxembourg. Burne-Jones et l'influence des Preraphaelites. London: Hartnoll, c1972. French and English. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Galerie du Luxembourg, Paris, Mar-Apr, 1972. This catalogue is written in both French and English. The introduction by Julian Hartnoll discusses the formation of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood against the background of 1848, the year of Revolution. The purpose for this particular exhibition is to demonstrate how the term Pre-Raphaelite "has progressed from its 1848 meaning, and is now descriptive of a number of related styles which dominated English artistic life throughout the second half of the nineteenth century" (1). Hartnoll details the development of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood from its beginnings with just seven members until the end of the century. PRB-7

Gatty, Alfred, Mrs. (Margaret). Parables from Nature. With a memoir by her daughter Juliana Horatia Ewing. P. H. Calderon, ill. London: Bell, 1891-92. Printed at the Chiswick Press. PRB-420

---. Parables from Nature. First Series. With a memoir by her daughter Juliana Horatia Ewing. P. H. Calderon, et al, illus. Parables from Nature. Second series. M. E. Edwards et al, illus. London: Bell, 1893? Together as issued in illustrated green cloth binding. On cover: Parables from Nature by Mrs. A. Gatty. Each series has separate title page. First series dated 1891; second series dated 1892; inscription on front fly leaf dated Apr. 8, 1894. First series includes ill. by W. Holman Hunt; second series by E. Burne-Jones. PRB-420

Gaunt, William and M. D. E. Clayton-Stamm. William De Morgan: Pre-Raphaelite Ceramics. Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society, 1971. This work was written because of the "need, expressed by collectors and De Morgan enthusiasts, for a book giving a fuller account of his development with a correspondingly comprehensive series of illustrations." The authors begin with De Morgan's origins, and then proceed to detail his development, his meeting with William Morris, his years at Chelsea, his time at Merton Abbey, and his experiences at Sands End, Fulham and Florence. The work concludes with an explanation of the De Morgan tradition and a perspective on him. A chronology is given, as well as lists of De Morgan collections. A paper delivered by De Morgan in 1892 entitled "Lustre Ware" is included, as well as a description of the marks on De Morgan pottery and tiles. There are numerous illustrations, many of which are in full color. The work concludes with an index and bibliography. PRB-113

Gere, John A. Pre-Raphaelite Drawings in the British Museum. London: British Museum P, 1994. PRB-835

The Germ: Thoughts Towards Nature in Poetry, Literature, and Art. No. 1-2(Jan-Feb,1850). London: Aylott and Jones, 1850. 2 no. plates 22 cm. Literary organ of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. In tan morocco pull-off case by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, with The Germ as spine title. This journal began under the title The Germ: Thoughts towards Nature In Poetry, Literature, and Art. However, after the first two issues the title was changed "in consequence of some misapprehension of its intent" to Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts towards Nature. This particular volume contains the first four issues, Nos. 1 & 2 (January, 1850 and February 1850) under the original title and Nos. 3 & 4 under the revised title. The journal contains "original Poems, Stories to develope thought and principle, Essays concerning Art and other subjects, and analytic Reviews of current Literature--particularly Poetry. Each number will also contain an Etching; the subject to be taken from the opening article of the month." The journal is intended to "claim for Poetry that place to which its present development in the leterature of this country so emphatically entitles it." The journal is also designed to encourage the adherence to the simplicity of nature in all art. The etchings are designed to further this aim. The journal ceased publication after issue No. 4. PRB-1

The Germ: Thoughts Towards Nature in Poetry, Literature, and Art. No. 1-2 (Jan-Feb, 1850). Rpt. London: Elliot Stock, 1901. Facsimile reprint of the literary organ of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. 2 no. ill. 23 cm. preface. In case. Two hundred and fifty copies of the facsimile of The Germ are printed for sale in the United States. Includes a separately bound Preface by William Michael Rossetti which explains the aims of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood as well as the purpose fot this journal. Rossetti surmises on the reasons for the journal's failure after only four issues. He also discusses the contents of each issue and includes reviews which appeared at the time of the journal's publication. The first two issues appeared under the title The Germ and then the title was changed so the journal was continued by Art and Poetry (reprint 1901) for its remaining two issues. PRB-2

Giannantonio, Pompeo. Bibliografia di Gabriele Rossetti, 1806-1958. Firenze: Sansoni antiquariato, 1959. PRB-909

Gissing, Alfred Charles. William Holman Hunt, a Biography. London: Duckworth, 1936. PRB-906

Goldring, Douglas. The Last Pre-Raphaelite, A Record of the Life and Writings of Ford Madox Ford. London: Macdonald, 1948. PRB-408

---. South Lodge: Reminiscences of Violet Hunt, Ford Madox Ford and the English Review Circle. London: Constable, 1943. First published in 1943. Printed by the Chiswick Press. From the library of A. E. Coppard. PRB-409

Gordon, Adam Lindsay. The Feud. With notes by Hugh Anderson, and the traditional ballad, "The Dowie Dens o' Yarrow." Six illustrations by Noel Paton. Adelaide: Rigby, 1965? ASU copy imperfect; one plate wanting. Edition is limited to a thousand and one copies, each numbered and signed by Hugh Anderson, of which this is no. 149. PRB-602

Gosse, Edmund William. The Life of Algernon Charles Swinburne. New York: Macmillan, 1917. Contains section Swinburne and Mallarme, a letter from George Moore to Mr. Gosse. Ownership signature of Edwin Gilcher. Embossed stamp on title page: Presentation copy. PRB-394

---. Silhouettes. London: Heinemann, 1925. Selections from weekly contributions to the Sunday Times. Includes revision of Arthur O'Shaghnessy's Poems. Edmund Gosse (1849-1929), the English poet, biographer, and critic, has compiled a collection of his essays which originally appeared in the Sunday Times. The topics skim "lightly over a wide surface of criticism and biography, even of autobiography" (vii). There is an essay on Arthur O'Shaughnessy, as well as references to Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood members. There is an extensive index to this collection of essays. PRB-118

---. Swinburne: An Essay Written in 1875 and Now First Printed. Edinburgh: Printed for private circulation by the Riverside P, 1925. "One hundred and twenty-five copies only have been printed . . .and the type has been distributed. This copy is no. 105." PRB-395

Gray, Nicolette. Rossetti, Dante and Ourselves. London: Faber, 1947. In this essay, the author examines "only this idea that the young Rossetti, in his work up to 1862 created an idea in our minds which gets between us and dante, between us and a real idea of the Middle Ages, in fact to find out what sort of a mark rssetti is making on the state of our minds. For whether we admire or abhor them it seems that his paintings once seen do make a mark which is ineradicable." PRB-86

Grettis Saga. The Story of Grettir the Strong. Eirikr Magnusson and William Morris, tr. 1st ed. London: Ellis, 1869. At head of title: Grettis Saga. PRB-540

Grieve, Alastair Ian. The Art of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Norwich: Real World Publications, 1976. Contents: 1. Found; 2. The Pre-Raphaelite modern-life subject. PRB-804

---. The Art of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: The Watercolours and Drawings of 1850-1855. Norwich: Real World, 1978? PRB-805

Grylls, Rosalie Glynn. Portrait of Rossetti. London: MacDonald, 1964. Signed presentation copy to Nicholas Salerno. PRB-857

Guilelmus. The History of Godefrey of Boloyne and of the Conquest of Iherusalem. Corr. by H. Halliday Sparling. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Reprinted from Caxton's ed. of 1481. Tr. by William Caxton from a French version of the Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum. Original limp vellum binding. PRBF-32

Gunnlaugs Saga Ormstungu Ok Skald-Hrafns. The Story of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald. Even as Ari Thorgilson the learned, the priest, hath told it, who was the man of all Iceland most learned in tales of the land's inhabiting and in lore of time agone. London: Chiswick P, 1891. Colophon: Printed at the Chiswick Press for William Morris. Mdcccixli. One of 75 copies printed. Bookplate of Oliver Brett. PRB-417