List of paintings by Edward Burne-Jones

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This is a list of the paintings of the British Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones.

1850s[edit]

1860s[edit]

1870s[edit]

1880s[edit]

1890s[edit]

Series[edit]

The Legend of St George and the Dragon (1865–67)[edit]

A series of seven works:[21][22]

  1. The King's Daughter, Musée d'Orsay, Paris.
  2. The Petition to the King, Hanover College, Indiana.
  3. The Princess Drawing the Lot, Hanover College, Indiana.
  4. The Princess Sabra Led to the Dragon, private collection.
  5. The Princess Tied to the Tree, private collection.
  6. St George Slaying the Dragon, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. Second version, 1868, in the William Morris Gallery.
  7. The Return of the Princess, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol.

The Legend of Briar Rose (1885–90)[edit]

Farringdon Collection Trust, Buscot Park, Oxfordshire. Four major paintings with 10 "joining panels":

  1. Briars
  2. The Briar Wood (1st major painting)
  3. Briars
  4. Briars, with Helmet and Greave
  5. A Terrace, with a Curtain hanging before a flowering Briar
  6. The Council Chamber (2nd major painting)
  7. A Terrace, with a Curtain hanging before a flowering Briar
  8. A Stone Hall with flowering Briars
  9. The Garden Court (3rd major painting)
  10. A Stone Hall with flowering Briars
  11. A Stone Kitchen overgrown with Briars
  12. A Kitchen with a Cupboard overgrown with Briars
  13. The Rose Bower (4th major painting)
  14. A Kitchen, with a Basin, Towel and Briars

Small Briar Rose series (1871–73)[edit]

Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico.

  • The Briar Wood
  • The Council Chamber
  • The Rose Bower

Third Briar Rose series[edit]

The Days of Creation (1870–76)[edit]

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University:

  • The First Day
  • The Second Day
  • The Third Day
  • The Fourth Day
  • The Fifth Day
  • The Sixth Day

Pygmalion Series (1868–70)[edit]

Joseph Setton Collection (private), Paris – now owned by Lord Lloyd Webber:

  1. The Heart Desires
  2. The Hand Refrains
  3. The Godhead Fires
  4. The Soul Attains

Pygmalion and the Image Series or "Pygmalion and Galatea Series" (1875–78)[edit]

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham:

  1. The Heart Desires
  2. The Hand Refrains
  3. The Godhead Fires
  4. The Soul Attains

The Perseus Cycle (1875-90s)[edit]

Only four of the paintings were completed in oil, although full size gouache studies were rendered of all the images.[23]

  1. The Call of Perseus, full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.[24]
  2. Perseus and the Graiae completed work in oil at Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart.[25] Study in private collection, sketches at the Cecil Higgins Gallery and a full size study Southampton Art Gallery.
  3. The Arming of Perseus or Perseus and the Nereids (Sea Nymphs), study in Southampton Art Gallery.[26]
  4. The Finding of Medusa, full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.[27]
  5. The Death of Medusa, full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.[28]
  6. The Birth of Pegasus and Chrysaor, full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.
  7. The Rock of Doom, completed work in oil at Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart;[29] full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.
  8. The Doom Fulfilled, completed work in oil at Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart;[30] full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.
  9. The Baleful Head, completed work in oil at Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart;[31] full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.
  10. Atlas turned to Stone, full size study in Southampton Art Gallery.

Portraits[edit]

Undated[edit]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "'Sidonia von Bork 1560', Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt". Tate. Retrieved 2013-11-15. 
  5. ^ "'Clara von Bork 1560', Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt". Tate. Retrieved 2013-11-15. 
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  9. ^ "'The Annunciation and the Adoration of the Magi', Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt". Tate. Retrieved 2013-11-15. 
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