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Edward Burne-Jones was an artist who by the late 1800's had revolutionized his profession by making the Pre-Raphaelite movement a mainstream event and using his artistic talents to create some of the most beautiful artwork that has ever come out of Britain.



When he was just six days old, Burne-Jones' mother died due to complications of his birth. By the 1880s Burne-Jones was already an international figure, and he remained so until his death on 17 June 1898 at Fulham, London. He left this world laden with honours. He had been given the Legion of Honour, been made a baronet, and awarded many European prizes.













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