A glimpse of Elizabeth Adela Forbes,
at the door of in her outdoor studion.
Source: E.B.S. 187.
"In Mrs Stanhope Forbes' work there are, most certainly, not a few qualities which wil age honourably after the fashion that influenced their style has passed away. Domesticity devoid of sentimentality, accomplished draughtsmanship, pleasant colour, and a poetic vision, which selects the commonplaces of life with due relation of their importance, may be attributed to them. Absence of any straining for originality, a certain optimistic expression of the beauty of the common day, and no special anxiety to solve intricate problems of colour or light, may also be lawfully placed to their credit." — E.B.S., pp. 188-91.
- On a Fine Day
- School is Out
- Stanhope A. Forbes (portrait)
- A Dream Princess
- Zandvoort Fishergirl
- Jean, Jeanne and Jeannette
- The Bride (Lady Forbes)
- Drawings, watercolours etc. by Elizabeth Adela Forbes
- Stanhope A. Forbes (Elizabeth's husband)
- The Newlyn School
Birch, Mrs Lionel. Stanhope A. Forbes, ARA, and Elizabeth Stanhope Forbes, ARWS. London: Cassell, 1906. Internet Archive. Contributed by the Kahl/Austin Foundation. Web. 28 February 2021.
E. B. S. "The Paintings and Etchings of Mrs. Stanhope Forbes." The Studio 4 (1894-95). No. 24 (15 March 1895): 186-192. Hathi Trust. From a copy in the University of California Libraries. Web. 28 February 2021.
Heller, Jules, and Nancy G. Heller. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: A Biographical Dictionary. New York and Abingdon, Oxon.: Routledge, 2013.
Created 28 February 2021