Scottish artist, antiquary, poet and sculptor.
French Impressionist painter who taught at the Manchester School of Art from 1906 until 1920.
Group of English artists formed in 1848 to counter what they saw as the corrupting influence of the late-Renaissance painter Raphael.
British portrait painter particularly recognised for his fairy paintings.
Painter, printmaker, teacher and a member of the group of post-war northern artists who developed the realist tradition established by L S Lowry and Harry Rutherford.
Portrait and landscape painter, founding member of the Royal Academy of Arts.
Victorian painting refers to the distinctive styles of painting in the United Kingdom during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901).
English artist; father of John William Waterhouse