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.
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.
English artist known primarily for his depictions of women set in scenes from myth, legend or poetry. He is the best known of that group of artists who from the 1880s revived the literary themes favoured by the Pre-Raphaelites.