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April Love

  Buy now from barewalls.com1855-56: Tate Gallery, London

The painting was exhibited with lines from Tennyson's The Miller's Daughter:

 Love is hurt with jar and fret,
 Love is made with a vague regret,
 Eyes with idle tears are set,
 Idle habit links us yet; 
 What is love? For we Forget.
 Ah no, one. 

The model for this painting is Tryphena Ford, whom he married in 1855, the year this painting was completed.

 
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