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William Bell Scott

(1811—1890) poet and painter


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(1811–90),

poet, artist, and art critic. He was a friend of D. G. Rossetti and later of Swinburne; he was associated with the birth of the Pre‐Raphaelite movement, and contributed to the Germ. His poems and verses range from rambling Pindaric odes to sonnets and medieval‐style ballads.

Subjects: Art — Literature.


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