Royal Academy of Arts

1842 Chaucer, with his friend and patron, John of Gaunt, and the two sisters, Catherine and Philippa, their wives. No. 12

1847 King Arthur carried to the land of enchantment. No. 1184


1851 The Trial of Sir William Wallace in Westminster Hall, on the morning of his execution, St. Bartholomew’s Eve, 1305. No. 681.

1852 The haunted house on All-hallows-eve. No. 477.

1860 Una and the Lion. No. 474

1861 The Border Widow. No. 446

1869 The Rending of the Veil. No. 525

The British Institution

1841 Bellringers and Cavaliers celebrating the entrance of Charles II into London, on his Restoration. No. 260

1842 The old English Ballad Singer. No. 115

1843 “Hallowed be thy name.” No. 15

1845 Comfort the afflicted. No. 241

1846 The School: In the Ancient Corporation School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. No. 354

1848 Saxon alms giving. No. 335

1851 The Fatal Sisters selecting the doomed in Battle. No. 104.

1852 Boccaccio’s visit to Dante’s Daughter. No. 435

1865 Sea King’s Funeral Boat. No. 529 The Society of British Artists

1840 The Jester. “Let’s have some talk with this Philosopher.” – King Lear. No. 146 The Wild Huntsman. No. 283. Alfred Disguised as a Saxon Harper, entering the Tent of the Danish Chief. No. 356.

1842 The Song. No. 75

The First Pre-Raphaelite Group Exhibition

1857 Burgher’s Watch on the City Wall.

The Exhibition of British Art in America

1857-58 Burgher’s Watch on the City Wall.

1857-58 The Old English Market Town [Hexam, Northumberland]

The Dudley Gallery. Watercolour Exhibitions

1865 Returned from the Long Crusade. No. 69

1866 Proserpine. No. 110

1872 "Thou hast left me ever, Jamie (52 10) Thou hast left me ever." – Burns’ Song. No. 425

1873 At Stobhall, Perthshire. No. 114.

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