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Emily Brontë made this pencil sketch of a ring ouzel in 1829

On May Emily made this pencil sketch of a ring ouzel. Native to upland parts of northern England and Scotland, Emily had likely encountered ring ouzels on the moors near her home.

the Brontë Sisters: 21-01-1821 Maria Bronte wife of Patrick Bronte was diagnosed with cancer.

Maria Branwell April 1783 – 15 September was the mother of British writers Emily Brontë, Anne Brontë and Charlotte Brontë, and of their brother, Branwell Brontë, who was a poet and painter

his drawing is from a letter Charlotte sent tot Ellen Nussey. The person in the right is Ellen, the small figure at the left is Charlotte herself.......  Why did Charlotte Bronte thought she is ugly? On her portraits she is certainly not

his drawing is from a letter Charlotte sent tot Ellen Nussey. The person in the right is Ellen, the small figure at the left is Charlotte herself. Why did Charlotte Bronte thought she is ugly?

anne bronte portrait

Anne Bronte - English novelist and poet.

This pencil sketch was drawn while Anne was at home during her summer holidays from Thorp Green. On the reverse side she has written: 'A very bad picture drawn June 24th 1842 by Anne Brontë'. Edward Chitham believes it may be a portrait of one of the Robinson girls, and Anne's comment means that it is a poor likeness. However, Christine Alexander and Jane Sellars, in their book The Art of the Brontës, make the interesting suggestion that it may be an attempt at a self portrait...

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Ellen Nussey, life long friend of Charlotte Bronte

Ellen Nussey, life long friend of Charlotte Bronte- There' another pic of Ellen, side view, in middle age, which is frequently misidentified as being a pic of Charlotte.

Roe Head School, where the Bronte sisters attended and where Charlotte later came back as a teacher

the Brontë Sisters: Roe Head, Mirfield. This now is part of Hollybank Special School