[ ɹəsˈɛti], [ ɹəsˈɛti], [ ɹ_ə_s_ˈɛ_t_i]
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How to use "Rossetti" in context?
The rossetti family is renowned for their paintings, some of which are considered to be masterpieces of early-20th century art. The family is made up of six brothers and sisters, with many of their daughters becoming noted artists in their own right. Giuseppe, their father, was a famous painter who helped initiate the Pre-Raphaelite movement in England. The Rossetti siblings ranged in skill and ambition, with some, like Dante Gabriel, focusing on religious subjects and Frances Hodgson being more purely artistic. However, all six were highly influential in the development of early-20th century British painting. W.H.M.
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- divider, segregator, Detailer, Divorcer, Estranger, Isolator, severer.