List of Pre-Raphaelite paintings

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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.


PRB Members[edit]

James Collinson[edit]

James Collinson - The Sisters
Main article: James Collinson


William Holman Hunt[edit]

William Holman Hunt - The Scapegoat
Main article: William Holman Hunt

John Everett Millais[edit]

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

Dante Gabriel Rossetti[edit]

See List of paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.


Other major artists[edit]

Ford Madox Brown[edit]

See List of paintings by Ford Madox Brown.

Edward Burne-Jones[edit]

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


Arthur Hughes[edit]

Arthur Hughes - Ophelia, 1863-64

Associated artists[edit]

Sophie Gengembre Anderson[edit]

Sophie Gengembre Anderson, The Head of a Nymph

George Price Boyce[edit]

A Portrait of Annie Miller, George Price Boyce, 1854
Main article: George Price Boyce

John Brett[edit]

Main article: John Brett

James Campbell[edit]

James Campbell - The Dragon’s Den, 1854

John Collier[edit]

Main article: John Collier (artist)

Charles Allston Collins[edit]

Frank Cadogan Cowper[edit]

Main article: Frank Cadogan Cowper

William Davis[edit]

Walter Howell Deverell[edit]

Main article: Walter Deverell

Frank Bernard Dicksee[edit]

Main article: Frank Bernard Dicksee
  • 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

John William Godward[edit]

A Priestess by John William Godward, 1894
See main article John William Godward for a list of works.


Thomas Cooper Gotch[edit]

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

Arthur Hacker[edit]

Main article: Arthur Hacker

Edward Robert Hughes[edit]

Main article: Edward Robert Hughes

John William Inchbold[edit]

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

John Lee[edit]

Main article John Lee.
Edmund Leighton - God Speed!, 1900

Edmund Leighton[edit]

See main article Edmund Leighton for a list of works.

Frederic Leighton[edit]

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

Evelyn De Morgan[edit]

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

Joseph Noel Paton[edit]

Main article: Joseph Noel Paton

Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys[edit]

Queen Eleanor 'by Frederick Sandys, 1858

Thomas Seddon[edit]

Main article: Thomas Seddon

Simeon Solomon[edit]

Main article: Simeon Solomon

p 222, Princeton 2000

John Roddam Spencer Stanhope[edit]

  • 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 Stillman[edit]

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

John William Waterhouse[edit]

The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse, 1888
See List of paintings by John William Waterhouse.


Daniel Alexander Williamson[edit]

William Lindsay Windus[edit]

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