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Beata Beatrix . . . Tate Gallery
From a painting by Rossetti.
Because mine eyes can never have their fill
Of looking at my lady’s lovely face, I will so fix my gaze
That I may become bless’d, beholding her.
Translated by D. G. Rossetti).
The woman in the picture has golden hair; in the background we see a sun-dial with its gnomon, and two figures; in the foreground, as she clasps her hand, a bird, perhaps a dove, delivers flowers to her heart.