File:Dante Gabriel Rossetti - The Wedding of St George and Princess Sabra.jpg

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creator QS:P170,Q186748
Title
The Wedding of Saint George and Princess Sabra
Date 1857
date QS:P571,+1857-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium watercolor on paper
medium QS:P186,Q22915256;P186,Q11472,P518,Q861259
Dimensions 36.5 × 36.5 cm (14.3 × 14.3 ″)
institution QS:P195,Q195436
Current location
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Accession number
N03058
Object history T.E. Pint; Christie's sale March 7, 1862 (lot 164), £40. 19 s.; George Rae; Tate Gallery 1916
Exhibition history Liverpool Academy 1858 (no.297); R.A., 1883; Birmingham 1947 (no.107); Newcastle 1971 (no.30); Paris 1972 (no.235); R.A. 1973 (no.147); Baden-Baden 1973-74 (no.106); Tate 1984 (no.221)
Inscriptions Artist's monogram and date bottom right: DGR / 1857
Notes Model: Jane Burden
References Rossetti Archive
Source/Photographer Tate Gallery, online database: entry N03058
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