Dr Rosalind Malandrinos, independent art historian

This three lecture course features two cities, two exhibitions and one romantic dreamer. It will reveal the unique work of Edward Coley Burne-Jones against the backdrop of increasingly industrial Victorian England. The years 1857 and 1877 were significant for him personally, and for the wider national art world.



1. Manchester Art Treasures and an unlikely theology student

2. The Palace of Art in London

3. A romantic dreamer – Edward Burne-Jones’ quest for immortality


Recommended reading

Denny, C. & Casteras, S. 1996. The Grosvenor Gallery. A Palace of Art in Victorian England. New Haven: Yale Centre for British Art.

MacCarthy, F. 2012. The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian Imagination. London: Faber and Faber.

Wilson, A. 1997. The Age of Rossetti, Burne-Jones and Watts: symbolism in Britain 1860–1910. London: Tate publishing.



Date: Monday 21–Wednesday 23 January 
Time: 9.15 am
COURSE FEES Full: R330,00  Staff and Students R165,00
Venue: LT2 Kramer Law Building UCT