Belgian Romantic painter and sculptor. His output, featuring such macabre scenes as violent suicide and premature burial has persuaded some critics to consider it the work of a madman.
Emily Susan Ford (1850–1930), artist and campaigner for women’s rights, was born into a Quaker family in Leeds. She trained as an artist at the Slade School of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy.
English artist, specialist in flower painting; her husband was fellow artist John William Waterhouse
English painter, knighted in 1878.
Artist and entrepreneur who started a business at the age of 20, manufacturing banners and regalia.
Swiss-born British Romantic artist (1741–1825), who established a reputation for his paintings depicting the horrifying and fantastic.
English portrait painter; mother of John William Waterhouse
Blacksmith and self-taught artist whose major work, The Forge, was completed in 1847.
English artist (1814–1886) who became a professional miniature painter in 1835, later focusing on landscapes and portraits of children.
English painter recognised as a specialist in painting female fairies, frequently nude.