I chose a portrait of Jane Morris for the last post dealing with responsibility. She was born, October 19, 1839.
Jane Morris was the model and muse of various artists, including Dante Gabriel Rossetti. She’s the model featured in this post. She was also the model for his painting, Venus Verticordia. You see that image on astrology blogs, frequently. I’ve used it myself, here.
She married, William Morris, who also painted her. You can see that image here – La Belle Iseult.
Artist, Edward Burne-Jones, used her as model for many of his stained glass windows. You can see one of them here – Jane Morris stained glass.
Are you curious about her chart? I was. It did not disappoint.
Mrs. Morris had a Libra sun which was part of a stellium in the sign that included, Venus, Mercury and Jupiter. She had a Pisces, conjunct Uranus.
Mars was conjunct Saturn in Sagittarius. These bodies squared her sensitive moon. That’s a harsh combination.
Taken together, this explains her ethereal (Pisces) beauty (Libra), with it’s depressed or oppressed quality.
What do you see in these paintings?