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List of Pre-Raphaelite paintings

Edward Burne-Jones - The Beguiling of Merlin, 1874

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.


Contents

PRB MembersEdit

James CollinsonEdit

 
James Collinson - The Sisters

William Holman HuntEdit

 
William Holman Hunt - The Scapegoat

John Everett MillaisEdit

 
John Everett Millais, Leisure Hours, 1864
 
Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Paolo and Francesca da Rimini, 1867

Dante Gabriel RossettiEdit

See List of paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

Other major artistsEdit

Lawrence Alma-TademaEdit

See main article Lawrence Alma-Tadema for a list of works.

Ford Madox BrownEdit

See List of paintings by Ford Madox Brown.

Edward Burne-JonesEdit

 
Edward Burne-Jones, The Princess Tied to the Tree 1866
See List of paintings by Edward Burne-Jones.

Arthur HughesEdit

 
Arthur Hughes - Ophelia, 1863-64
  • Ophelia (1851–53)
  • April Love (1855-56), Tate Britain, London
  • Home From the Sea (1856–57)
  • The Long Engagement (1859), Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
  • Mariana at the window (c.1860s)
  • Knight of the Sun (circa 1861)
  • Home from Sea (1862), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  • 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 (c.1864-65), Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust
  • Good Night (1865–66)
  • Sir Galahad, (1870) Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  • 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

Associated artistsEdit

George Price BoyceEdit

 
George Price BoyceA Portrait of Annie Miller, 1854

John BrettEdit

James CampbellEdit

 
James CampbellThe Dragon’s Den, 1854

John CollierEdit

Charles Allston CollinsEdit

Frank Cadogan CowperEdit

William DavisEdit

Walter Howell DeverellEdit

  • 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 DickseeEdit

 
Frank Bernard DickseeChivalry, 1885
  • Elopement (1872)
  • Harmony (1877)
  • Miranda (1878)
  • The Symbol (1881)
  • The Foolish Virgins (1883)
  • Spring Maiden (1884)
  • Romeo and Juliet (1884)
  • Chivalry (1885)
  • Hesperia (1887)
  • Portrait of a Woman (1887)
  • Beatrice (1888)
  • The Crisis (1891)
  • Startled (1892)
  • Leila (1892)
  • Passion (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)
  • The End of the Quest (1921)
  • Mrs. Norman Holbrook (1924)
  • Portrait of Elsa (1927)
  • Sylvia
  • Portrait of Dora
  • Resurgam
  • Reverie
  • The Duet
  • The Emblem
  • The Reverie
  • Cleopatra

William GaleEdit

  • Entry of Christ into Jerusalem

Thomas Cooper GotchEdit

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

Edward Robert HughesEdit

See main article Edward Robert Hughes for a list of works.
 
Edward Robert HughesMidsummer Eve, 1908

John William InchboldEdit

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

John LeeEdit

Main article John Lee.

Edmund LeightonEdit

See main article Edmund Leighton for a list of works.
 
Edmund LeightonGod Speed!, 1900

Frederic LeightonEdit

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

Evelyn De MorganEdit

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

Joseph Noel PatonEdit

 
Sir Joseph Noel PatonThe Quarrel of Oberon and Titania, 1849

Frederick SandysEdit

(Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys)

 
Frederick SandysQueen Eleanor, 1858

Thomas SeddonEdit

Simeon SolomonEdit

 
Simeon SolomonAutumn
  • I am starving (1857), National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA
  • Self Portrait (1859)
  • Love in Autumn (1860)
  • Moses (1860)
  • The Painter's Pleasaunce (1861)
  • Meschach and Abednego preserved from the Burning Fiery Furnace (1863)
  • Priestess offering Poppies (1864)
  • Bacchus (1867)
  • In the Temple of Venus (1863)
  • Damon and Aglae (1866)
  • Love in Autumn (1866)
  • Bacchus (1867)
  • Carrying the Scrolls of the Law (1867)
  • Bacchus (1868)
  • Pastoral Lovers (1869)
  • The Toilet of a Roman Lady (1869), Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, USA
  • The Sleepers, and the One that Watcheth (1870)
  • Love Dreaming by the Sea (1871)
  • King Solomon (c.1873), National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA
  • The Head of Medusa (1884)
  • Erinna of Lesbos (1886)
  • The Virgin Knight (1887)
  • Night (1890)
  • Night and Her Child Asleep (1892)
  • Angel Boy (1895)
  • The Angel of Death (1895)
  • Hypnos, the god of sleep
  • The meeting of Dante and Beatrice
  • Mercury
  • One Watching in the Night
  • Potens
  • A Prelude by Bach
  • Rabbi Carrying the Torah
  • Sleep
  • Twilight, Pity and Death
  • Young Man holding Lord's Prayer
  • Youth Reciting Tales to Ladies

John Roddam Spencer StanhopeEdit

  • Penelope (1849)
  • Sir Gawaine and the Damsels at the Fountain (1857)
  • Thoughts of the Past (1859)
  • Robin of Modern Times (1860)
  • Juliet and Her Nurse (1863)
  • The Wine Press (1864)
  • Our Lady of the Water Gate (1870)
  • Procris and Cephalus
  • Love and the Maiden (1877)
  • Night (1878)
  • The Waters of Lethe by the Plains of Elysium (1879–80)
  • The Shulamite (c.1882)
  • Charon and Psyche (c. 1883)
  • Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead? (c. 1886; also known as Resurrection)
  • Eve Tempted (1887)
  • The Pine Woods of Viareggio (1888)
  • Flora (1889)
  • Holy Trinity Main Altar Polyptych (1892–94)
  • Holy Trinity Memorial Chapel Polyptych (1892–94)
  • The Escape (c. 1900)

Other works (dates unavailable):

  • Andromeda
  • Autumn
  • Charcoal Thieves
  • Cupid and Psyche
  • In Memoriam
  • Love Betrayed (The Russell Cotes Gallery, Bournemouth)
  • The Millpond (watercolor with bodycolor)
  • Patience On A Monument Smiling At Grief
  • The Vision Of Ezekiel: The Valley Of Dry Bones
  • The Washing Place
  • The White Rabbit

Marie Spartali StillmanEdit

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

John William WaterhouseEdit

See List of paintings by John William Waterhouse.

Daniel Alexander WilliamsonEdit

William Lindsay WindusEdit

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