Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee ~ Study for "Chivalry" ..  ..  Pre Raphaelite Art~

Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee ~ Study for "Chivalry" .. .. Pre Raphaelite Art~

The Drake Jewel given to Sir Francis Drake by Elizabeth I probably in the year 1586. Victoria and Albert Museum.

The Drake Jewel given to Sir Francis Drake by Elizabeth I probably in the year 1586. Victoria and Albert Museum.

Sir Francis Drake, one of Lord Howard’s commanders against the Armada and the captain of the Revenge

Sir Francis Drake, one of Lord Howard’s commanders against the Armada and the captain of the Revenge

The Mirror by Frank Dicksee.  Probably my favourite painting.  The detail of the Mother of Pearl is awe inspiring.

The Mirror by Frank Dicksee. Probably my favourite painting. The detail of the Mother of Pearl is awe inspiring.

Union Square Hotels | Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel

Union Square Hotels | Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel

La Belle Dame Sans Merci - Waterhouse (we used this on our wedding invites...)

La Belle Dame Sans Merci

La Belle Dame Sans Merci - Waterhouse (we used this on our wedding invites...)

Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir John Hawkins and Sir Francis Drake Queen Elizabeth 1's privateers, or pirates, dependent on your point of view

Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir John Hawkins and Sir Francis Drake Queen Elizabeth 1's privateers, or pirates, dependent on your point of view

Sir Francis Cruise Sphygmometer - Phisick | Medical Antiques

Sir Francis Cruise Sphygmometer - Phisick | Medical Antiques

"Portrait of Mrs. Norman Holbrook, in a Turquoise Dress and a White Fan" (1921) (detail) by Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee (1853-1928).

"Portrait of Mrs. Norman Holbrook, in a Turquoise Dress and a White Fan" (1921) (detail) by Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee (1853-1928).

"Romeo and Juliet" by Sir Francis Dicksee,   Perhaps one of the most recognizable scenes in the art world, it is also one of the most romantic, and depicts the famed balcony scene in Shakespeare’s masterpiece.

Top 5 Most Romantic Paintings

"Romeo and Juliet" by Sir Francis Dicksee, Perhaps one of the most recognizable scenes in the art world, it is also one of the most romantic, and depicts the famed balcony scene in Shakespeare’s masterpiece.

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