- From Hand to Mouth — He Was One of the Few Who Would Not Beg
- Words of Comfort [Cottage Piety]
- Worn Out (1867, formerly Forbes Magazine Collection)
- From Dawn Till Sunset
- His Only Pair (initial sketch)
- His Only Pair (print reproduction)
- Studio of the interior for His Only Pair
- Granny M'Laughan
- The First Sunbeam, 1858
- Forgiven, 1874
Works with no images on this site
- Auld Robin Gray
- The First Step
- Homeless (1868, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB, Canada)
- The Last of the Clan (1865, Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum)
- The Mitherless bairn (1855, Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums, Brighton)
- The Poor, the Poor Man's friend (1867, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
- The Soldier's Return
Dixon, Marion Hepworth. “Thomas Faed, R.A..” Magazine of Art. 16 (December 1892-November 1893): 269-75. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. Web. 8 September 2013.
“Selected Pictures in the Collection of W. Holdsworth, Esq., Halifa: Words of Comfort.” Art Journal (1855): 200-201. Hathi Trust Digital Library version of a copy in the University of Michigan Library. Web. 31 July 2013.
Treuherz, Julian. “Thomas Faed: The Acceptable Face of Social Realism.” Hard Times: Social Realism in Victorian Art. London: Lund Humphries in Association with Manchester City Art Galleries, 1987.
Virtue Rewarded: Victorian Paintings from the Forbes Magazine Collection. Louiseville, Kentucky: J. B. Speed Art Museum, 1988.
Last modified 30 January 2015