Landscapes in Wales
- The Old Bridge, Bettws-y-Coed, 1876
- A Welsh Hillside, 1875
- Moel Siabod - in the Valley of the Lledr
- On the Llugwy near Bettwys-y-Coed, Summer
- On the Carnarvonshire Coast
- Llugwy in Flood
- Rocky Landscape
English Landscapes and Other Works
- Evening After Rain, Worcestershire, 1886
- On a Surrey Common, 1896
- A November Evening, Worcestershire
- Study of a Cottage Interior
- A View of Frog Lane
- Near Line Park, Kent
- A Golden Eve
- February, Fill Dyke
- Manchester Ship Canal: The Making of Eastham Dock
- Green Pastures and Still Waters
- Shere Church, Surrey
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