List of Pre-Raphaelite paintings


List of Pre-Raphaelite paintings

This is a list of paintings produced by members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and other artists associated with the Pre-Raphaelite style. The term "Pre-Raphaelite" is used here in a loose and inclusive fashion.

ophie Gengembre Anderson

*"The Song" (1851), Wolverhampton Arts and Museums. [http://www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk/collections/art/victorian/000195.html]
*"Girl with Lilacs" (1865)
*"Elaine" or "The Lily Maid of Astolat" (1870), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker/collections/19c/anderson-elaine.asp]
*"A Flower Seller in Capri, Italy" (c.1875), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Christmas Time - "Here's The Gobbler!"" (c.1877), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Foundling Girls at Prayer in the Chapel" (c.1877), Foundling Museum, London. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Shepherd Piper" (1881), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Children's Story Book" (unknown), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. [http://www.bmagic.org.uk/objects/1892P25]
*"The Turtle Dove" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Love in a Mist" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Far-Away Thoughts" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Windfalls" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"A Spring Beauty" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Studio" (unknown), Roy Miles Fine Paintings. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Wait for Me!" or "Returning Home from School" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Awake" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Head of a Nymph" (unknown), Roy Miles Fine Paintings. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Young Girl with a Garland of Marguerites" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Peek-a-Boo" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgemanart.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"It's My Turn to Play Mother!" (unknown), Forbes Magazine Collection.Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Sing for Your Supper" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"An Opportune Moment" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"A New Friend" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Take the Fair Face of Woman" or "The Fairy Queen" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Dinner" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Touch and Go, to Laugh or No" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"No Walk Today" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Spring Blossom" (unknown), Oakham Galleries, London. [http://www.oakhamgalleries.com/details.asp?workID=1042]
*"Birdsong"
*"Portrait of a Young Girl"
*"Young Girl Fixing Her Hair"
*"An Autumn Princess"
*"Ready For The Ball"
*"The Time of the Lilacs"
*"When The Heart Is Young"
*"Neapolitan Child"
*"Heavenwards"
*"When the Heart Is Young"
*"The Pearl Earring"
*"Gathering Beechnuts"
*"The Last of the Day"
*"Guess Again"

George Price Boyce

*"Crypt of St. Nicolas Giornico, Canton Ticino Switzerland" (1856)
*"Outside the church of San Nicolo da Mira, Giornico" (1856)
*"On the East Lynn, Middleham, North Devon" (1858)
*"Streatley Mill at Sunset" (1859)
*"From the Garden of Sherford Cottage, Bromyard" (c.1860)
*"Autumn in the Welsh Hills" (1860), Berger Collection Educational Trust, Denver Art Museum.
*"Pyramids and Sphinx of Ghizeh" (1861)
*"The Nile at Gizeh" (1861)
*"At Binsey, near Oxford" (1862), Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford.
*"Newcastle from the Rabbit Banks, Gateshead on Tyne" (1864)
*"Sandpit near Abinger, Surrey", (1866-67), Walker Art Gallery, London.
*"Abinger Mill-Pond, Surrey - Morning in Late Autumn" (1866-67)
*"Study of Ellen Smith, head & shoulders" (c.1868)
*"Pensosa d'Altrui" (1869)
*"The Royal Oak, Bettws-y-Coed"
*"Beeches"
*"Timber Yard, Chiddingstone"
*"East-end of Edward Confessor’s Chapel, Westminster"

John Brett

*"The Glacier of Rosenlaui" (1856), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Stonebreaker" (1857-58), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Val d'Aosta" (1858)
*"Florence from Bellosguardo" (1863), Tate Britain, London.
*"" (1864), Tate Britain, London.
*"The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs" (1871), Tate Britain, London.
*"" (1873), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Britannia's Realm" (1880), Tate Britain, London.
*"Ramsgate Sands" (1894)
*"From the Balcony, Cliff Cottage, Lee" (1896)
*"Trevose Head" (1897), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

Ford Madox Brown

:"See List of paintings by Ford Madox Brown".

Edward Burne-Jones

:"See List of paintings by Edward Burne-Jones."

James Campbell

*"The Lollipop" (1855), Tate Britain, London.
*"Girl with Jug of Ale and Pipes" (1856), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"The Dragon's Den" (18??), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Waiting for Legal Advice" (1857), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"The Wife's Remonstrance" (1857-58), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
*"Our Village Clockmaker Solving a Problem" (1859)
*"News from My Lad" (1859), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Twilight - Trudging Homewards"
*"Home and Rest"

John Collier

*"The Artist's Wife" (1880)
*"The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson" (1881), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=2468&searchid=12736]
*"Clytemnestra after the Murder" (1882), Guildall Art Gallery, London. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Pharaoh's Handmaidens" (1883), Roy Miles Fine Paintings, London. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Priestess of Bacchus" (1885-1889)
*"Lilith" (1887) Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport. [http://www.atkinson-gallery.co.uk/atkinson_art_gallery_collection.html]
*"The Water Baby" (1890)
*"Horace and Lydia" (1890)
*"Priestess of Delphi" (1891)
*"In the Forest of Arden" (1892)
*"Lady Halle" (1895)
*"The Laboratory" (1895), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Death of Albine" (1895)
*"Pope Urban VI" (1896)
*"Lady Godiva" (c. 1898), Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Guinevere’s Maying" (1900), Bradford Art Galleries and Museums. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Tannhäuser In the Venusberg" (1901), version on canvas at Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport. [http://www.atkinson-gallery.co.uk/atkinson_art_gallery_collection.html] Version on board in a private collection - listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Plague" (1902)
*"The Prodigal Daughter" (1903)
*"The Sinner" (1904), Victoria Art Gallery, Bath. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Sentence of Death" (1908)
*"The Land Baby" (1909)
*"The White Devil" (1909)
*"The Grand Lady" (1920)
*"The Water Nymph" (1923)
*"Mrs Huxley" (1927-28), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=2469&searchid=12736]
*"Portrait of the Artist's Daughter" (1929)
*"Shopping for Silks"
*"Sleeping Beauty"
*"Spring"
*"Ellen Terry as Lucy Ashton"
*"Hetty Sorrell"
*"The Death of Cleopatra", Oldham Gallery, UK. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"The Brotherhood of Man", Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Reclining Woman", private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .

Charles Allston Collins

*"Berengaria's Alarm" (1850)
*"Convent Thoughts" (1851)
*"May, in the Regent's Park" (1851)
*"The Devout Childhood of St Elizabeth of Hungary"

James Collinson

*"The Renunciation of St. Elizabeth of Hungary" (1850)
*"Answering the Emigrant's Letter" (1850)
*"Answering the Emigrant's Letter" (1850)
*"A Son of the Soil" (1856)
*"To Let" also known as "The Landlady" (1856)
*"For Sale" also known as "At the Bazaar" (1857)
*"Home Again" (1856)
*"The Holy Family" (1878)

Frank Cadogan Cowper

*"Rapunzel" (1900)
*"Hamlet - The churchyard scene" (1902)
*"Francis of Assisi and the Heavenly Melody" (1904)
*"St Agnes in Prison Receiving from Heaven the Shining White Garment" (1905)
*"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1905)
*"Molly, Duchess of Nona" (1905)
*"Mariana in the South" (1906)
*"Vanity" (1907)
*"How the Devil, Disguised" (1907)
*"Lucretia Borgia Reigns in the Vatican in the Absence of Pope Alexander VI" (1908-14)
*"Venetian Ladies Listening to the Serenade" (1909)
*"The Love Letter" (1911)
*"The Hon. Mrs. Hanbury-Tracy" (1914)
*"Our Lady of the Fruits of the Earth" (1917)
*"" (1919)
*"Vanity" (1919)
*"Fair Rosamund and Eleanor" (1920)
*"The Damsel of the Lake" (1924)
*"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1926)
*"Titania Sleeps" (1928)
*"Sir Havilland De Sausmarez" (1930)
*"Mrs. Albert S. Kerry" (1930)
*"Pamela, Daughter of Lieut. Col. M. F. Halford" (1930)
*"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1946)
*"The Ugly Duckling" (1950)
*"The Legend of Sir Perceval" (1952-53)
*"The Four Queens Find Lancelot Sleeping" (1954)
*"Elizabeth, Daughter of Major General F V B Willis" (1955)
*"The Golden Bowl" (1956)
*"Self-Portrait" (1957)
*"The Patient Griselda"
*"Portrait of Professor Rey"
*"Lancelot Slays the Caitiff Knight Sir Tarquin"
*"Eve"

William Davis

*"Bidston Marsh at Wallasey" (1853)
*"Shotwick Church, Cheshire" (1855)
*"Early Spring Evening, Cheshire" (1855)
*"A Dark Roan Bull" (1859)
*"Hale, Lancashire" (c.1860), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"View from Bidston Hill" (c.1865), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"A Day's Sport at Bidston Hill" (c.1865), Tate Britain, London.
*"Carving His Name"
*"A Field of Corn"
*"Wallasey Mill, Cheshire"

Walter Howell Deverell

*"A Pet" (1853)
*"The Grey Parrot" (1852-53)
*"The Mock Marriage of Orlando and Rosalind" (1853)
*"Twelfth Night, Act II, Scene IV" (1850)

Frank Bernard Dicksee

*"Elopement" (1872)
*"Harmony" (1877)
*"Miranda" (1878)
*"The Symbol" (1881)
*"The Foolish Virgins" (1883)
*"Spring Maiden" (1884)
*"Chivalry" (1885)
*"Hesperia" (1887)
*"Portrait of a Woman" (1887)
*"The Crisis" (1891)
*"Startled" (1892)
*"Leila" (1892)
*"Funeral of a Viking" (1893)
*"Paolo and Francesca" (1894)
*"The Magic Crystal" (1894)
*"The Mirror" (1896)
*"The Confession" (1896)
*"Dawn" (1897)
*"An Offering" (1898)
*"Portrait of a Lady" (c.1900)
*"The Two Crowns" (1900)
*"Yseult" (1901)
*"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1903)
*"The Mother" (1907)
*"Flowers of June" (1909)
*"The Shadowed Face" (1909)
*"Portrait of Maude Moore" (1913)
*"Camille, Daughter of Sutton Palmer, Esq" (1914)
*"Dorothy" (1917)
*"Portrait of Agnes Mallam (Mrs Edward Foster)" (1921)
*"Mrs. Norman Holbrook" (1924)
*"Portrait of Elsa, Daughter of William Hall, Esq." (1927)
*"Romeo and Juliet"
*"Sylvia"
*"The End of the Quest"
*"Portrait of Dora"
*"Resurgam"
*"Reverie"
*"The Duet"
*"The Emblem"
*"The Reverie"

John William Godward

:"See main article John William Godward for a list of works."

Thomas Cooper Gotch

:"See main article Thomas Cooper Gotch for a list of works."

Arthur Hacker

*"Pelagia and the Philammon" (1887)
*"The Temptation of Sir Percival" (c.1894)
*"Daphne" (1895)
*"The Cloister or The World" (1896)
*"And There Was A Great Cry in Egypt" (1897)
*"Innocence" (1899)
*"Musicienne du silence" (1900)
*"The Cloud" (1902)
*"A Bacchante" (1913)
*"Vale or Farewell" (1913)
*"Fire Fancies"
*"Les Fleurs du Printemps"
*"The Drone"

Arthur Hughes

*"Ophelia" (1851-53)
*"April Love" (1855-56)
*"Home From the Sea" (1856-57)
*"The Long Engagement" (1859)
*"Mariana at the window" (c.1860s)
*"Knight of the Sun" (circa 1861)
*"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1861-3)
*"Ophelia and He Will Not Come Again" (1863-64)
*"The Lady of Shalott" (c.1863)
*"Beauty and the Beast" (1863-65)
*"A Music Party" (1864)
*"In the Grass" (1864-5)
*"Good Night" (1865-66)
*"Sir Galahad" (1865-70)
*"Endymion" (1868-70)
*"The Enchantress" (circa 1870-4)
*"The Lady of Shalott" (c.1872-3)
*"The Convent Boat" (1874)
*"The Property Room" (1879)
*"The Heavenly Stair" (circa 1887-8)
*"Sir Galahad" (circa 1894)
*"The Rescue" (1907-8)
*"Overthrowing of the Rusty Knight" (circa 1908)
*"Wonderland" (1912)
*"Picking up seaweed"
*"Returning Home"
*"The King's Orchard"
*"Will o' the Wisp

Edward Robert Hughes

*"Pack Clouds Away and Welcome Day" (1890)
*"Betruccio's Bride" (1895)
*"Oh, what's that in the hollow" (c.1895)
*"The Shrew Katherina" (1898)
*"Twixt Hope and Fear" (c.1900)
*"Woman Walking Her Dog" (c. 1900)
*"Weary Moon" (c.1900)
*"The Valkyrie's Vigil" (1906)
*"Heart of Snow" (1907)
*"Midsummer Eve" (c.1908)
*"Twilight Fantasies" (1911)
*"Night with Her Train of Stars"(1912)
*"Day"
*"Idle Tears"
*"Making Music"
*"Night"

William Holman Hunt

*"Self-portrait at the Age of 14", (1841), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"Love at First Sight" (1846)
*"F.G. Stephens" (1847), Tate Britain, London.
*"Christ and the Two Marys" or "The Risen Christ with the Two Marys in the Garden Of Joseph of Aramathea" (1847 & 1897), Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. [http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=298]
*"The Escape of Madeline and Porphyro during the drunkenness attending the revelry (The Eve of St. Agnes)" (1848), Guildhall Art Gallery, London
*"Rienzi vowing to obtain justice for the death of his young brother, slain in a skirmish between the Colonna and the Orsini factions" (1848-49), collection Mrs. E. M. Clarke.
*"The Haunted Manor" (1849), Tate Britain, London.
*"Cornfield at Ewell" (1849), Tate Britain, London.
*"A Converted British Family sheltering a Christian Priest from the Persecution of the Druids" (1849-50), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"Claudio and Isabella" (1850-53), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Hireling Shepherd" (1851), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"The Awakening Conscience" (1851-53), Tate Britain, London.
*"Our English Coasts" (1852), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Light of the World" (1853-4), Keble College, Oxford.
*"The Great Pyramid" (1854)
*"The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple" (1854-60), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
*"The Afterglow in Egypt" (1854-63), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"The Scapegoat" (1854-56), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
*"The School-girl's Hymn" (1858-59), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"London Bridge on the Night of the Marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales" (1863-4), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"The Festival of St. Swithin (The Dovecot)" (1865-66), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"Il Dolce Far Niente" (1866), Forbes Magazine Collection.
*"Isabella and the Pot of Basil" (1868), Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
*"The Shadow of Death" (1870-73), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"The Ship" (1875)
*"The Plain of Esdralon from the Heights above Nazareth" (1877), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
*"Sunset at Chimalditi"
*"The Triumph of the Innocents" (1883-84), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Bride of Bethlehem" (1884-5)
*"The Lady of Shalott" (with Edward Robert Hughes) (1886-1905), Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection, Wadsworth Atheneum, Connecticut
*"May Morning on Magdalen Tower" (1888-91), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
*"The Nile Postman" (1892).
*"The School of Nature" (1893), Ponce Museum of Art, Puerto Rico.
*"Christ the Pilot" (ca. 1894).
*"The Importunate Neighbour" (1895).
*"The Miracle of the Holy Fire" (1892-99), Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University
*"The Beloved" (1898).
*"John Hunt" (undated), Tate Britain, London.
*"John Key" (undated), Tate Britain, London.
*"Amaryllis"
*"Bianca"
*"Master Hilary — The Tracer"
*"The King of Hearts"
*"The Tuscan Straw Plaiter"
*"The Apple Harvest — Valley of the Rhone"
*"Athens"
*"Nazareth"
*"H. B. Martineau"
*"Henry Wentworth Monk"
*"Thomas Fairbairn"
*"Sir Richard Owen"
*"Harold Rathbone"
*"Dante Gabriel Rossetti"
*"Mrs. George Waugh"
*"Emily Waugh Hunt"
*"Fanny Waugh Hunt"
*"William Holman Hunt"
*"Christ amongst the Doctors"
*"Isabella"

John William Inchbold

:"See main article: John William Inchbold for a list of works."

John Lee

:"Main article John Lee."
*"Going to Market" (1860), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Sweethearts and Wives" (1860), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

Edmund Leighton

:"See main article Edmund Leighton for a list of works."

Frederic Leighton

:"See main article Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton for a list of works."

Evelyn De Morgan

:"See main article Evelyn De Morgan for a list of works."

John Everett Millais

*"Cymon and Iphigenia" (1847-48), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/collections/cymoniphigenia.asp]
*"The Death of Romeo and Juliet" (c.1848), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&overview=0&r=437381695]
*"Isabella" (1848-49), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/online/pre-raphaelites/lorenzo.asp]
*"Ferdinand Lured by Ariel" (1850), Sudley House, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/sudley/collections/ferdinand.asp]
*"Christ In The House Of His Parents" (1850), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=9523]
*"A Huguenot" (1852), Makins Collection (private). [http://www.artmagick.com/exhibitions/exhibition.aspx?id=277]
*"Ophelia" (1852), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=9506]
*"The Proscribed Royalist, 1651" (1853), Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection. [http://arts.guardian.co.uk/pictures/image/0,8543,-10804749279,00.html]
*"The Order of Release" (1853), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?workid=9514&roomid=3452]
*"Wandering Thoughts" (1855), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=622&r=744739879]
*"The Rescue" (1855), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. [http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/european/em_bt_rescue.html]
*"Peace Concluded" (1856), Minneapolis Institute of Arts. [http://www.artsmia.org/viewer/detail.php?v=12&id=1738]
*"Autumn Leaves" (1856), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&overview=0&r=898773780]
*"The Blind Girl" (1856), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. [http://www.bmagic.org.uk/objects/1892P3]
*"L'Enfant du Regiment" (1856), Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut. [http://www.batguano.com/bgma/millais.html]
*"" (1857).
*"The Escape of a Heretic" (1857), Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico.
*"Only a Lock of Hair" (1857-58), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=756&r=1756021185]
*"Spring (Apple Blossoms)" (1859), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/collections/spring.asp]
*"The Vale of Rest" (1859), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?workid=9507]
*"The Black Brunswicker" (1860), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/collections/blackbrunswicker.asp]
*"The Eve of St. Agnes" (1863), The Royal Collection at Clarence House, London. [In the study of Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, as attested by sculptor John Robinson in his autobiography, [http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/jr/pdf_vol1/365-376%20Golden%20Jubilee.pdf From the Beginning Onwards--The Autobiography of John Robinson, p. 365.] ]
*"Esther" (1865), private collection.
*"Vanessa" (1868), Sudley House, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/sudley/collections/millais.asp]
*"Stella" (1868), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=435&r=1310713740]
*"The Boyhood of Raleigh" (1870), [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=9515&searchid=8832 Tate Gallery] , London.
*"A Flood" (1870), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=164&r=1477388779]
*"Martyr of Solway" (1871), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/online/exhibitions/faith/martyrofsolway.asp]
*"The Somnambulist" (1871), [http://www.boltonmuseums.org.uk/collections/art/paintings_prints_and_drawings/oil/somnambulist_millais Bolton Museum and Archive Services] , Bolton, Lancashire.
*"Victory O Lord!" (1871), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=179&r=1685484045]
*"Winter Fuel" (1873), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&overview=0&r=773772334]
*"The Northwest Passage" (1874), [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=9509&searchid=25849 Tate Gallery] , London.
*"Mrs Leopold Reiss" (1876), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=3718&r=1775627177]
*"The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower" (1876), Royal Holloway Collection, University of London, Egham.
*"Chill October" (1879), The Artchive http://www.artchive.com/artchive/M/millais/millais_october.jpg.html
*"James Fraser" (1880), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=7970&r=2077522292]
*"An Idyll of 1745" (1884), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/online/exhibitions/childhood/idyll.asp]
*"Bubbles" (1886), owned by Unilever, on display at Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/picture-of-month/displaypicture.asp?venue=7&id=299]
*"The Nest" (1887), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/collections/thenest.asp]
*"Dew-Drenched Furze" (1890), private collection. [http://www.abcgallery.com/M/millais/millais15.html]
*"Lingering Autumn" (1890), Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/collections/lingeringautumn.asp]
*"Glen Birnam" (1891), Manchester City Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=e828967b2037e2aa9dbec9bc38165643&irn=438&r=569695745]

Joseph Noel Paton

*"The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania" (1846)
*"The Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania" (1847)
*"The Pursuit of Pleasure" (1855)
*"The Bluidie Tryst" (1855)
*"Hesperus" (1857)
*"In Memoriam" (1858)
*"Oskold and the Ell-maids" (1874)
*"In Die Malo" (1882)
*"How an Angel rowed Sir Galahad across the Dern Mere" (1888)
*"Oberon and the Mermaid" (1888)
*"Warriors"
*"Sir Galahad"

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

:"See List of paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti".

Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys

*"Mrs Sandys, the artist's mother" (late 1840s), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. [http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=3845&_function_=xslt&_limit_=50]
*"Mrs Sandys, the artist's mother" (late 1940s), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. [http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=3847&_function_=xslt&_limit_=50]
*"Self-Portrait in a broad-brimmed Hat" (1848), private collection. [http://www.leicestergalleries.com/provenart/dealer_stock_details.cgi?d_id=253&a_id=15534]
*"Study of Miss Sandys" (1849), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Portrait of a young man" (before 1850), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. [http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=3846&_function_=xslt&_limit_=50]
*"Emma Sandys, the artist's sister" (1853-55), Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. [http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/opac/search/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=3844&_function_=xslt&_limit_=50]
*"Queen Eleanor" (1858), National Museum of Wales. [http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/art/online/?action=show_item&item=1633]
*"Mary Magdalene" (1858-60), Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Portrait of Adelaide Mary, Mrs Philip Bedingfeld" (1859), Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. [http://www.sandys.norfolk.gov.uk/sand018.htm]
*"Portrait of Mrs Clabburn" (1860), Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. [http://www.sandys.norfolk.gov.uk/sand035.htm]
*"Autumn" (1860-62) Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. [http://www.sandys.norfolk.gov.uk/sand033.htm]
*"Oriana" (1861), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13102&searchid=11589]
*"King Pelles' Daughter bearing the Sancgraal" (1861), private collection. [http://www.leicestergalleries.com/provenart/dealer_stock_details.cgi?d_id=253&a_id=12731]
*"Mary Magdalene" (1862), Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. [http://www.sandys.norfolk.gov.uk/sand034.htm]
*"La Belle Isolde" (1862), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Mrs. Susanna Rose" (1862), Cleveland Museum of Art. [http://www.clevelandart.org/explore/artistwork.asp?searchText=Frederick+Sandys&tab=1&recNo=0&woRecNo=0]
*"Viven" (1863), Manchester Art Gallery. [http://www.manchestergalleries.org/the-collections/search-the-collection/display.php?EMUSESSID=3124de8c67d51114be46779b054ffc91&irn=3406]
*"Morgan le Fay" (1864), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. [http://www.bmagic.org.uk/objects/1925P104]
*"Portrait of Jane Lewis, born 19 January 1793" (1864), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Gentle Spring" (1865), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. [http://www.ashmolean.org/php/makepage.php?&db=wapaintings&view=llisti&all=&arti=Sandys,+Frederick&titl=&mat=&prov=&sour=&acno=&park=&strt=1&what=Search&cpos=1&s1=artist&s2=mainid&s3=&dno=25]
*"Perdita" (1866), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Grace Rose" (1866), Yale Center for British Art. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Helen of Troy" (1867)
*"Love's Shadow" (1867), private collection. [http://www.leicestergalleries.com/provenart/dealer_stock_details.cgi?d_id=253&a_id=12731]
*"Medea" (1868), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. [http://www.bmagic.org.uk/objects/1925P105]
*"Miranda" (1868), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Valkyrie" (1868-1873)
*"The Coral Necklace" (1871), Cleveland Museum of Art. [http://www.clevelandart.org/explore/artistwork.asp?searchText=Frederick+Sandys&tab=1&recNo=0&woRecNo=1]
*"Cassandra" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Portrait of a woman with red hair" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Darby, a Yorkshire Terrier" (unknown), private collection. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Berenice, Queen of Egypt" (unknown), Leighton House Museum, London. Listed at [http://www.bridgeman.co.uk Bridgeman Art Library] .
*"Portrait of Philip Bedingfeld LL.D, JP" (undated), Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. [http://www.sandys.norfolk.gov.uk/sand017.htm]

Thomas Seddon

*"In the Desert" (1854), private collection. [http://www.leicestergalleries.com/provenart/dealer_stock_details.cgi?d_id=253&a_id=11996]
*"The Mountains of Moab" (1854), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13272&searchid=15819]
*"Jerusalem and the Valley of Jehoshaphat from the Hill of Evil Counsel" (1854-55), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13271&searchid=15819]
*"View on the Nile" (1855), Tate Britain, London. [http://www.ashmolean.org/php/makepage.php?&db=wapaintings&view=llisti&all=&arti=Seddon,+Thomas&titl=&mat=&prov=&sour=&acno=&park=&strt=1&what=Search&cpos=1&s1=artist&s2=mainid&s3=&dno=25]
*"Pyramids at Gizeh" (1855), private collection. [http://www.leicestergalleries.com/provenart/dealer_stock_details.cgi?d_id=253&a_id=13745]
*"Mount Zion", private collection.
*"The Citadel of Cairo", private collection.

imeon Solomon

*"A Rabbi Holding the Torah"
*"Angel Boy" (1895)
*"Bacchus" (1867)
*"Bacchus" (1868)
*"Carrying the Scrolls of the Law" (1867)
*"Damon and Aglae" (1866)
*"Erinna of Lesbos" (1886)
*"Hypnos, the god of sleep"
*"In the Temple of Venus" (1863)
*"King Solomon" (c.1854)
*"Love in Autumn" (1866)
*"Love in Autumn" (1860)
*"Mercury"
*"Night"
*"Night and Her Child Asleep" (1892)
*"One Watching in the Night"
*"Potens"
*"Priestess Offering Poppies" (1864)
*"Rabbi Carrying the Torah"
*"Sappho and Erinna at Mytelene" (1864)
*"Self-portrait" (1859)
*"Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego preserved from the Burning Fiery Furnace" (1863)
*"Sleep"
*"The Angel of Death" (1895)
*"The Head of Medusa" (1884)
*"The Sleepers, and the One that Watcheth" (1870)
*"The Toilet of a Roman Lady" (1869)
*"The Virgin Knight" (1887)
*"Young Man Holding Lord's Prayer"

Marie Spartali Stillman

:"See main article Marie Spartali Stillman for a list of works."

John William Waterhouse

:"See List of paintings by John William Waterhouse."

Daniel Alexander Williamson

*"Cows Going Home" (1859)
*"Spring" (1859)
*"Morecambe Bay from Warton Crag" (1862), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Coniston Old Man from Warton Crag" (1863), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"The Coot's Haunt, Broughton in Furness" (1863-64)
*"A Grey Day" (1865), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

William Lindsay Windus

*"The Black Boy" (c.1844), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
*"Too Late" (1858), Tate Britain, London.
*"Study of a Dead Child, the Artist's Son" (1860), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Flight of Henry VI from Towton" (c. 1860-70), Tate Britain, London.
*"The Outlaw" (1861), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"The Second Duchess" (before 1866), Tate Britain, London.
*"Mrs Teed, the Artist's Daughter" (c.1880), Tate Britain, London.
*"Samuel Teed" (date unknown), Manchester Art Gallery.
*"Burd Helen"
*"The Stray Lamb"

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