Victorian art; famous Victorian artists, Victorian art websites, Pre-Raphaelites, the Arts and Crafts movement; a guide to websites
The Aesthetic Movement
The Arts and Crafts Movement *
The Arts & Crafts Movement
Victoria and Albert Museum
MacKinosh, Charles Rennie
Decorative art and design *
Decorative Arts and Design in the Victorian Era
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s greatest museum of art and design.
Victorian and Edwardian Paintings
Over 70,000 painters of this period, many very obscure, have been identified and this blog concentrates on those that have come up for auction in the last ten years or so. It is mainly compiled using old auction catalogues with help from the many reference books the writer owns.
Victorian Society (UK)
Campaigning for Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
Victorian Society (US)
The Victorian Society in America publishes an award-winning scholarly magazine (19th Century) twice per year, and the seasonal Victorian Quarterly newsletter.
A website for all things Victorian.
Victorian Research Web
Scholarly Resources for Victorian Research
Pre-Raphaelite art *
Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery
The Pre-Raphaelite Critic
Critical literature surrounding the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood.
Pre-Raphaelite Society (PRS)
International society for the study of the lives and art of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
A page dedicated to the Pre-Raphaelites.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Pre-Rhaphaelite and Victorian Artists *
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Wikipedia
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. ArtMagick
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Museum Syndicate
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Athenaeum
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Tate
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Royal Academy
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. BBC Paintings
Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones
Edward Burne-Jones. Wikipedia
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones. Olga’s Gallery
Edward Burne-Jones Online
Burne-Jones. The WebMuseum
Edward Burne-Jones. Birmingham City Council
Holman Hunt, William
Hughes, Edward Robert
Landseer, Sir Edwin Henry
Leighton, Frederic (Ist Baron Leighton)
Frederic Lord Leighton. Artmagick
Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton. Wikipedia entry.
Leighton House Museum
Frederic Leighton, an image gallery at Wikimedia Commons.
Frederic Leighton.org. 114 works by Frederic Leighton.
Millias, John Everett
John Everett Millais. Works by Millias in art museums.
John Millais. Liverpool National Museums
John Millias. The Royal Academy of Art
John Millais paintings in art museums, Google Art Project.
John Millias. Birmingham Museums and Gallery
John Millias. Olga’s Gallery, with biography and background.
Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery’s Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource
Millais’s Ophelia in focus on Tate Online.
Samuel Palmer, Tate Gallery, London
Samuel Palmer. Art museums displaying works by Samuel Palmer.
Samuel Palmer. Wikipedia entry.
Samuel Palmer. The British Museum
Samuel Palmer. The National Gallery of Art
Samuel Palmer. The Fitzwilliam Museum
Samuel Palmer. The Victoria and Albert Museum
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Olga’s Gallery, with biography.
Dante Gabriel Rosetti. WebMuseum
Dante Gabriel Rossetti paintings in museums, from The Google Art Project.
The Rossetti Archive. Online scholarly archive of Rossetti’s works, including text, manuscripts, paintings, etc.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery’s Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource
Rossetti exhibitions at Liverpool Museums.
Website about Rossetti’s wife, Elizabeth Siddal
Wikipedia entry on Dante Rossetti.
The Day Dream
Strudwick, John Melhuish
Waterhouse, John William
John William Waterhouse
John William Waterhouse (The Art and Life of J W Waterhouse)
John William Waterhouse, a comprehensive painting gallery.
“J.W. Waterhouse: The Modern Pre-Raphaelite”: information about the 2008-2010 exhibition.
Galleries Guide to Waterhouse Works Worldwide
Waterhouse at Tate Britain
Watts, George Frederic
George Frederic Watts. Art museums displaying works by J F Watts
George Frederic Watts. Tate Gallery, London
George Frederick Watts. Courtauld Institute, London
George Frederick Watts. National Portrait Gallery, London
George Frederick Watts. The Watts Gallery, Artists Village