Works in oil illustrated on this site
- The Lost Path
- The Love Token
- The Vagrants
- The Housewife
- The Old Gate
- The Harbour of Refuge.
- The Wayfarers
- The Bathers
Works in watercolor illustrated on this site
Walker's Other Exhibited Works not illustrated on this site (from J. G. Marks)
- 1864 Spring, Garden Scene, Sketch (My Front Garden)," "Sketch for Denis Duval, Dennis's Valet (Summer Exhibition of the Old Water Colour Society)
- 1865 Autumn (Summer Exhibition) and Moss Bank Near Torquay, (Winter Exhibition)
- 1866 The Bouquet, (Summer Exhibition), "No. 352, The Street, Cookham, No. 385. (The Seamstress), "No. 413 (The Spring of Life) (all in the Winter Exhibition)
- 1867 Fisherman and Boy (Summer Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society), A Vacarme ('Village on a Cliff) (Summer Exhibition), "No. 336 (The Violet Field) (Winter Exhibition)
- 1868: Well-Sinkers, No. 228 (The First Swallow), The Bedroom Window, "The Fates and Stream in Inverness-shire (all in the Summer Exhibition of the Old Water Colour Society), Lilies, The Gondola, Mushrooms and Fungi (Winter Exhibition)
- 1869: A Lady in the Garden, Perthshire (Winter Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society)
- 1870: large oil painting The Plough (Royal Academy), the water colour Wayfarers (Summer Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society), "No. 334 (The Ferry), An Amateur, A Sketch (pen-and-ink, Vagrants), Let Us Drink to the Health of the Village (Village on the Cliff) (all in the Winter Exhibition of the Old Water Colour Society)
- 1871 At The Bar (Royal Academy), "A Girl at a Stile
- 1872: The Escape (Summer Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society), A Fishmonger's Shop (Winter Exhibition), the small oil painting At the Bar, (Dudley Gallery),
- 1873 The Village (Summer Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society)
- 1874 The Rainbow (Winter Exhibition, Old Water Colour Society)
- 1875 The Right of Way (Royal Academy) an
Black, Clementina. Frederick Walker. New York: Dutton; London: Duckworth, 1902.
Dickens, Charles. Hard Times and Pictures from Italy. One vol. London: Chapman and Hall,1868.
Hammerton, J. A. The Dickens Picture-Book. London: Educational Book .
Marks, John George. Life and Letters of Frederick Walker, A. R. A. London and New York: Macmillan, 1896.
Milton, Steve. "Frederick Walker." [This site apparently no longer extant;]
Sources used in 2001 that are apparently no longer extant: 3 articles entitled “Frederick Walker” at www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk; www.speel.demon.co.uk; and Geocities.com
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