St. Cecilia. Edward Reginald Frampton. Before 1918. Watercolor. Source: Vallance, p. 71. [Click on image to enlarge it.]
The painting was accompanied by the following quatrain from Tennyson’s “The Palace of Art”:
In a clear-wall’d city on the sea,
Near gilded organ-pipes, her hair
bound with white roses, slept St. Cecily;
An angel looked at her!
- An annotated text of Tennyson’s “The Palace of Art”
- James Kincaid’s commentary
- The Female Soul in "The Palace of Art"
- Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s illustration of the same lines
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Vallance, Aymer. “The Paintings of Reginald Frampton, R.O.I.” International Studio. 66 (1919): 66-76. Hathi Digital Library Trust internet version of a copy in the Cornell University Library. Web. 12 October 2017.
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