- Fildes and Dickens
- Fildes painting The Doctor
- The House and Studio of Luke Fildes
- Appears in Group portrait of the artists who worked for Graphic
- The gravestone of Luke and Fanny Fildes
- Obituary in The Times
- His monument in Brookwood Cemetery
Cohen, Jane R. Chapter 18. Charles Dickens and His Original Illustrators. Columbus: Ohio State U. P., 1980.
"Fildes, Luke." Schoolnet (UK)
"Luke Fildes (1844-1927)." www.fidnet.com
Fildes, L. V. Luke Fildes: A Victorian Painter. London, 1968.
Mitchell, Sally, ed. Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia. London and New York: Garland, 1988.
Thomson, David Croal. The Art Annual, 1895: The Life and Work of Luke Fildes, R. A. With numerous illustrations. London: The Art Journal Office (294, City Road, and 26, Ivy Lane), Christmas 1895.
Treuherz, Julian. "Luke Fildes: 'Dumb, Wet, Silent Horrors" in Hard Times: Social Realism in Victorian Art. ed. Julian Treuherz. London: Lund Humphries, 1987. Pp. 83-89.
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