Elisabeth M. Lee graduated in History from the University of California, Berkeley.
She has worked in various fields but her first loves are writing and art. Her interest in the Pre-Raphaelites started in school where their pictures illustrated history and literature books.
Her writing has appeared in the Pre-Raphaelite Society Review, DearReader.com, and MaryTudor.net. Young PRB is her first novel.
From my website
Art UK challenged four poets to write and perform original works based on paintings that have inspired them from the UK’s art collection. Raza Hussain performs his poem ‘Raphaelites of Birmz’, inspired by the painting ‘Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1882)’ by William Holman Hunt. Filmed at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.…
A new exhibit at the National Gallery in London starts in October 2017 on Van Eyck’s influence on the Pre-Raphaelites. My book also touches on this. http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/2385086/reflections-van-eyck-and-the-pre-raphaelites-at-the-national
I read a question awhile back by a reader who asked why do so many recent novels have scenes of hair being tucked behind ears? I have noticed the even more pervasive phenomena of the name of Rachel in many new books. The most popular one being The Girl on…