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    This lavish collection brings together the work of some of the greatest romantic poets and artists of all time. Verses of love, adoration, devot… Read More
    This lavish collection brings together the work of some of the greatest romantic poets and artists of all time. Verses of love, adoration, devotion, desire, and passion . . . images of knights in shining armor, moonlight strolls, a dance, a caress, a kiss . . . This treasury of art and verse combines moving and memorable love poems with enchanting paintings by the masters of romantic art. Revisit the classic love poetry of Browning, Burns, Byron, Dickinson, Khayyam, Marlowe, Michelangelo, Moore, Rossetti, Shakespeare, Teasdale, Tennyson, Yeats, and many more. Revel in the visual splendor of romantic paintings by Alma-Tadema, Dicksee, Leighton, Manet, Renoir, Sargent, Tissot, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, Waterhouse, and others. Read Less
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My Love
A Celebration of Romance, Passion & Devotion in Classic Art & Verse
Writing; photo research; poetry research, compilation editing, cover and interior design, layout. and preparation for printing by Joe Gannon, Mulberry Tree Press, Inc.

Publisher: Mulberry Tree Press, Inc

96 pages, 7 x 10, paperback, full-color throughout, 
ISBN-13: 978-1495224096
This lavish collection brings together the work of some of the greatest romantic poets and artists of all time.
 
Verses of love, adoration, devotion, desire, and passion . . . images of knights in shining armor, moonlight strolls, a dance, a caress, a kiss . . . This treasury of art and verse combines moving and memorable love poems with enchanting paintings by the masters of romantic art. 
 
Revisit the classic love poetry of Browning, Burns, Byron, Dickinson, Khayyam, Marlowe, Michelangelo, Moore, Rossetti, Shakespeare, Teasdale, Tennyson, Yeats, and many more.
 
Revel in the visual splendor of romantic paintings by Alma-Tadema, Dicksee, Leighton, Manet, Renoir, Sargent, Tissot, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, Waterhouse, and others.
 
Young love discovered, unrequited love revealed, courtship, innocence, passion, deep and abiding love and remembrance—all of these facets of love make this volume a perfect companion to enjoy alone or to share with that special someone in your life.
 
96 pages, 7 x 10, paperback, full-color throughout, 
 
 ISBN-13: 978-1495224096
Contents:
Alma-Tadema, Courtship (The Proposal) • Alma-Tadema, The Parting Kiss • Byron, “She Walks In Beauty” • Dicksee, Romeo and Juliet • Browning, “How Do I Love Thee?” • Mount, Courtship (Winding Up) • Sidney, “The Bargain” • Foster, The Posy • Dickinson, “It’s All I Have to Bring Today” • Mosler, Courtship • Lanier, “Evening Song” • Blair-Leighton, God Speed • Wilcox, “Love’s Coming” • Dicksee, The End of the Quest • Marlowe, “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” • Fragonard, The Swing • Khayyam, “A Book of Verse” • Hagborg, A Lovers’ Quarrel • Alford, “You and I” • Toulouse-Lautrec, The Kiss • Brooke, “Song” • Waterhouse, La Belle Dame Sans Merci • Teasdale, “I Am Not Yours” • Van Gogh, Two Lovers • Allen, “At Last” • Tissot, The Bridesmaid • Byron, “Sonnet, To The Same (Genevra)” • Tissot, Rendez-vous • Spencer, “Do I Love Thee” • Tanoux, Peasant Couple in Farmyard • Crabbe, “Meeting” • Sargent, A Street in Venice • Saxe, “Do I Love Thee?” • Sargent, The Fountain, Villa Torlonia, Frascati, Italy • Benjamin, “Love Is Victor, Love Is King” • Seignac, Pierrot’s Embrace • Cambridge, “Desire” • Sargent, Garden Study of the Vickers Children • Moore, “Love’s Young Dream” • Sani, Courtship • Teasdale, “Love Me” • Stone, A Stolen Kiss • Sterling, “At Midnight” • Rossetti, Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice • Teasdale, “I Would Live in Your Love” • Rossetti, Rene’s Honeymoon • Beadle, “Kiss Me Again” • Ricci, Elegant Couples in Interiors • Symons, “Perfume” • Renoir, Dance at Bougival • Monkhouse, “Song” • Raffaelli, L’Heure Du The • Johnson, “Beauty That Is Never Old” • Brown, The Bouquet • Yeats, “Brown Penny” • Bordone, Venetian Lovers • Tabb, “A Carcanet” • Millais, Hunter’s Daughter • Rossetti, “The First Day” • Millais, The Black Brunswicker • Shakespeare, “Shall I Compare Thee” (Sonnet XVIII) • Leighton, Wedded • Field, “A Valentine to My Wife” • Merle, Tristan and Isolde • Halevi, “My Sweetheart’s Dainty Lips” • Blair Leighton, Alain Chartier • Tennyson, “Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal” • Millais, A Huguenot, on St. Bartholomew’s Day • Costello, “Thou Wert Lovely” • Manet, Chez le Pere Lathuille • Johnson, “Her Eyes Twin Pools” • Leighton, The Painter’s Honeymoon • Michelangelo, “Love’s Justification” • Latouche, The Boating Party • Swinburne, “The Oblation” • Leighton, Courtship • Hunt, “Jenny Kiss’d Me” • Klimt, The Kiss • Saltus, “The Awakening” • Lancerotto, She Loves Me • Byron, “The First Kiss of Love” • Cope, The Thorn • Daley, “Song” • Brown, The Button Hole Posy • Burns, “Red, Red Rose” • Hughes, The Long Engagement • Saxe, “To My Love” • Alma-Tadema, Promise of Spring • Benjamin, “A Dream” • Bastien-Lepage, Rural Love • Browning, “Song” • Alma-Tadema, Shy • Marlowe, “Who Ever Loved That Loved Not at First Sight? • Alma-Tadema, Courtship • Hood, “Sonnet for the 14th of February”