Marie Spartali Stillman Gallery
Born in Middlesex, England in 1843, Marie Spartali was reputedly a beautiful woman who sat for Rossetti and
Burne-Jones as well as the photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. After marrying an American journalist and
artist W.J. Stillman, Marie settled in Italy and began painting. Her favored subjects were literary-historical
figure groups and women. Many of her works drew on Italian literary themes, especially Dante and Boccacio.
Click on the following thumbnails to view Marie Spartali Spillman's works.