Days of Creation: The 5th Day1943 by Edward Burne-Jones

The fifth day of creation depicted in this series of watercolor, gouache, shell gold, and platinum paint on linen-covered panel prepared with zinc white ground. On display at Harvard Art Museums. From the description in the museum:
“Oscar Wilde, who admired the series when it was on display in London in 1877, wrote that the fourth angel bore a ‘crystal glow[ing] like a heated opal.'” Originally there were six panels but one is now lost.
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Period / movement: pre-raphaelite
Dimensions (h/w/d): 40 14 (102 35)