Intended to help Romanticists keep informed about recent publications in the field, this resource offers the Tables of Contents to recent editions of selected Romantics journals, and offers an annual listing of books that...
Guido Reni (1575-1642) was a favorite painter of the Shelleys. In the Preface to his tragedy, The Cenci ( Reiman and Powers edn.), Percy Shelley describes at length a famous portrait of Beatrice Cenci he (and Mary) had seen at the Colonna Palace, a painting then (erroneously) attributed to Guido: "the lips have that permanent meaning of imagination and sensibility which suffering has not repressed and which it seems as if death scarcely could extinguish."
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