"Mr. Forbes is essentially of the nineteenth century: he is penetrated with the actuality of life, he sees no visions, and he dreams no dreams; but, on the other hand, he sees with extraordinary clearness and simplicity, and renders with extraordinary clearness what he sees." — Garstin 82
- The Slip
- The Convent
- The Hay Cart
- Elizabeth Adela Forbes (portrait)
- The Health of the Bride
- A Street in Brittany
- Chadding on Mount's Bay
- The Lighthouse (Newlyn, Cornwall)
- The Drinking Place
- The 22 January 1901 (Reading the News of the Queen’s Death in a Cornish Cottage)
- Second Lieutenant Alec Forbes (d.1916), Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
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.
Garstin, Norman. "The work of Stanhope A. Forbes, ARA." The International Studio. 14 (1901): 81-88. Hathi Trust. Contributed by the University of Michigan. Web. 28 February 2021.
McConkey, Kenneth. "Forbes, Stanhope Alexander (1857–1947), genre painter." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Online ed. Web. 28 February 2021.
Created 28 February 2021