Pre-Raphaelite he studied independently. And although at that time their works were not in vogue and were very cheap, the young student could not afford to buy them. “However, as soon as the opportunity arose, I began to pamper myself,” says Page. He had already provided Burn-Jones tapestries for rent to the Tate Gallery in 2012 for the Pre-Raphaelite: The Victorian Avant-Garde exhibition.In 2016, for the first time in his life, the legendary rock musician Jimmy Page had the opportunity to see a picture near him, which fascinated him in his youth. Photo: Alex Lentati In November 2016, he visited the exhibition “Burning June. Creating an icon ”in the Frederick Leighton House Museum, where they brought the famous masterpiece of an artist close to the Pre-Raphaelites. This painting, like all works of art of the time, was devalued in the 1960s. It was bought by the future governor of Puerto Rico, Luis Ferre, the founder of the Art Museum in Ponce. Now the "Mona Lisa of the Southern Hemisphere" rarely leaves its home and travels only "in exceptional cases."
- Edward Coley Burne-Jones, "Flamma Vestalis" (1886). The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection
- Edward Coley Burne-Jones, "The Fall of Lucifer" (1894). The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection
According to the materials of the BBC, Standard and the official site of the Tate Gallery. Main illustration: Jimmy Page with Edward Burne-Jones tapestry at an exhibition in Tate Britain; photo - standard.co.uk