A young woman plays the lute against a backdrop of apple blossoms and a gilded mirror, inscribed “Musica,” which reflects her view of the window opposite. Kate Elizabeth Bunce was a Birmingham artist whose work reflects the shared medievalism of the Pre-Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts Movement. The model for this piece may have been her sister, Myra, a metalworker with whom she would go on to produce decorative work for British churches.
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Kate Elizabeth Bunce : “Melody (Musica)” (1895/1897)
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