Inspired by the wet plate collodion photographs made of Jane Morris in 1865.

A Memory Palace of Her Own, exhibited at the William Morris Gallery.

A New Pattern for the Empress, Red House, Hein van Liempd, William Morris, Jane Morris, Philip Webb

I Cannot Love You, Hein van Liempd, William Morris Gallery, Waltham Forest, Margje Bijl, Jane Morris, Rossetti, William Morris, Philip Webb

Expecting you, Rossetti's studio home, Rossetti's atelier, Rossetti's studio, Cheyne Walk 16, Jane Morris, Margje Bijl, Hein van Liempd

Two women from two different centuries framed in one image.

Sunlit studio, Sipco Feenstra, Parsons, Jane Morris, Margje Bijl, Cheyne Walk, Rossetti's studio, photographs, collage, wet collodion, albumen print, 35 mm neg, celluloid

From time to time she stole a glance, Sipco Feenstra, John Robert Parsons, Margje Bijl, the Album of Mrs. Morris, posed by Rossetti, Jane Morris, wet collodion photograph, albumen print

Posing in Pre-Raphaelite manner.

Leaning on an elbow, Hein van Liempd, Margje Bijl, monument

Without May, Susan J. Even, pinhole, Margje Bijl

26 January 1914, Jane Morris died on 26 January 1914, Jane Morris, Margje Bijl, Wieteke Opmeer, photograph

Drawing on photographs.

Musing in the meadow, Margje Bijl, Sipco Feenstra, photograph, drawing, ink, Jane Morris

Painting the Photographer, Margje Bijl, Sipco Feenstra, Jane Morris, Rossetti, photograph, ink, drawing, oil painting, exhibion, Galerie de KunstSuper

A girl with a view, Sipco Feenstra, Margje Bijl, Jane Morris, photograph, painting, drawing, Victorian frame