Selected Works

  • Simeon Solomon, Bacchus, 1867, oil on paper laid down on canvas, Bequeathed by Katherine Elizabeth Lewis, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, Bridgeman Images

    Simeon Solomon, Bacchus, 1867, oil on paper laid down on canvas, Bequeathed by Katherine Elizabeth Lewis, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, Bridgeman Images
  • Kate Elizabeth Bunce, Musica, ca. 1895–97, oil on canvas in original frame, Presented by Sir John Holder, Bart., 1897, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust

    Kate Elizabeth Bunce, Musica, ca. 1895–97, oil on canvas in original frame, Presented by Sir John Holder, Bart., 1897, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust
  • John Everett Millais, The Blind Girl, 1856, oil on canvas, Presented by the Rt. Hon. William Kendrick, 1892, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust

    John Everett Millais, The Blind Girl, 1856, oil on canvas, Presented by the Rt. Hon. William Kendrick, 1892, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust
  • Mary Jane Newill (designer, maker, embroiderer), Bedcover, ca. 1908, linen embroidered with colored wools, Purchased with the assistance of the V&A Purchase Grant Fund, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust

    Mary Jane Newill (designer, maker, embroiderer), Bedcover, ca. 1908, linen embroidered with colored wools, Purchased with the assistance of the V&A Purchase Grant Fund, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust
  • Designed by Edward Burne-Jones, built by Charles Lumley, molded and gilded by Osmund Weeks, “Garden of the Hesperides” chest, 1887–88, wood with gold leaf and paint over gesso, Bequeathed by Helen Mary Gaskell, 1940, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust

    Designed by Edward Burne-Jones, built by Charles Lumley, molded and gilded by Osmund Weeks, “Garden of the Hesperides” chest, 1887–88, wood with gold leaf and paint over gesso, Bequeathed by Helen Mary Gaskell, 1940, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust
  • Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris, with coworkers at the Kelmscott Press (London), The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Now Newly Imprinted (the so-called “Kelmscott Chaucer”), 1896, bound book with 87 woodcut illustrations on handmade Perch paper, Presented by Colonel Harold Wilkinson, 1934, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust

    Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris, with coworkers at the Kelmscott Press (London), The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Now Newly Imprinted (the so-called “Kelmscott Chaucer”), 1896, bound book with 87 woodcut illustrations on handmade Perch paper, Presented by Colonel Harold Wilkinson, 1934, courtesy American Federation of Arts, © Birmingham Museums Trust