LIST OF WORKS

This is a list of all the works of Annie Louisa Swynnerton for which images can be found.

Sizes given are the unframed horizontal and vertical dimensions in that order. Note that sizes given in auction catalogues or on retailer web sites are often imprecise.

‘Private collection’ = in the possession of a private individual, institution or vendor; ‘location unknown’ = may be in the possession of a private individual, institutional or vendor, irretrievably lost or destroyed through neglect or deliberate destruction.


  • 1922 PHOTOGRAPH1922-photo-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: very approximately 1.5 x 1.5 m (2.3 m²).
    • History: visible in photograph in The Sphere (newspaper), 9 Dec 1922, otherwise unknown.
    • Location: unknown.
  • 1923 EXHIBITION IMAGES Thirteen otherwise unknown paintings visible in photographs of the 1923 exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery. Some images are very poor quality, but may still be matchable to extant works should they or images of them be discovered. Three ‘lost’ work has been identified by this method so far, Landscape with figures, On His Mother’s Knee and The Cup-bearer.

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  • 1931 PHOTOGRAPH and THE HEAD OF A GIRL
    • 1931 PHOTOGRAPH1931 photograph T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: approx. 1.50 x 1.64 m (2.46 m²).
      • History: only known from photo taken in 1931; possibly a work known as ‘Desire’ or ‘An Image of Desire’ (information from Alisdair Swinnerton).
      • Location: unknown.
    • THE HEAD OF A GIRLHead of a Woman T
      • Medium: “Oil on canvas laid on board.”
      • Dimensions: “11×10 inches. Framed: 17×16.25 inches.” 254 x 279 mm (0.07 m²), unframed.
      • History: could have been painted 1931 or earlier (by association with the 1931 photograph); auctioned Christie’s, 9 Feb 1934 (posthumous studio sale), “Provenance: Annie Swynnerton Studio Sale Christie’s, 9th Feb. 1934 / Head of a girl”; sold early 2010s Abbott and Holder. [There were four lots in the posthumous studio sale with this title, plus others which this could have been.]
      • Location: unknown.
  • 1932 PHOTOGRAPH – see PORTRAIT OF A LADY HOLDING A FLOWER
  • A BREATH OF SPRINGa-breath-of-spring-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1926.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A CHILD WITH RED HAIRchild-with-red-hair-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas laid on board.
    • Dimensions: 330 x 405 mm (0.13 m²), Sotheby’s; 330 x 400 mm (0.13 m²), Duggalby; average 330 x 403 mm (0.13 m²).
    • History: auctioned Sotherby’s, London, 28 Sep 1994, “Un Putto / Oil / canvas / board,” unsold; auctioned David Duggalby, 14 Sep 2018, “Annie Louisa Robinson Swynnerton NEAC (British 1844-1933): Half length Portrait of a Child with Red Hair, oil on canvas laid on board unsigned 40cm x 33cm (unframed) Provenance: by family decent from the collection of Francis Bate (1853-1950) a founder member treasurer and secretary of the New English Art Club ,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A DISTANT VIEW OF THE SABINESa-distant-view-of-the-sabines-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas laid down on board.
    • Dimensions: 712 x 601 mm (0.43 m²), unframed.
    • History: 1934 posthumous studio sale catalogue, “Lot 70 … A Distant View of the Sabines … Exhibited Huddersfield”, 692 x 578 mm (0.40 m²); auctioned Rosebery’s, 15 Nov 2018, “inscribed in pencil to the reverse of the board: ‘* * Swynnerton’ and ‘Distant View of the Sabines’, scored stamp inscribed ‘100209 – 5055’ to the reverse of the board,” sold, [As sizes within 4% of each other, assumed to be same work as in the posthumous studio sale catalogue.]
    • Location: unknown.
  • A DREAM OF ITALY and HEAD OF A BACHANNTE
    • A DREAM OF ITALY (MOUNTAINS and CLOUDS VERSIONS)a-bacchante-mountains-version-sphere-image-t
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: 1050 x 2170 mm (2.3 m², ‘clouds’ version).
      • History: ‘mountains’ version 1899 or earlier; exhibited Eartl’s Court, 1900; 1920, on loan or gift to Brooklyn Museum by A. Augustus Healy* (The Guardian, 19 Oct 1920 has “acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of New York. the price paid was a thousand guineas. It was one of the pictures in Mrs. Charles Hunters collection, and the original price paid to the artist was … 100”); known only from image in The Sphere (newspaper), 9 Dec 1922; exhibited 33rd Annual exhibition of the Natlonal Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, Fine Arts Galleries, 215 West Fifty-seventh street … The Brooklyn Art Museum has loaned the Association the painting entitled “A Dream of Italy” (Pittsburgh Daily Post, 14 Oct 1923); 1933, ‘New York’ (The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 Oct 1933); a-bacchante-clouds-version-rectified-tthe ‘clouds’ versions is assumed to be the ‘mountains’ canvas reworked, auctioned by iGallery, Salem, MA, July 27, 2017 and 24 May 2018, both times unsold.
      • Location: unknown.
    • HEAD OF A BACCHANTESwynnerton, Annie Louisa, 1844-1933; Head of a Bacchante
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 410 x 460 mm (0.19 m²).
      • History: signed, but signature (and date?) hidden behind frame; 1903 according to artuk.org; presented by Mrs. Richard Shute, 1937.
      • Location: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
  • A DRYADCopyright Glasgow Museums / Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation
  • A GIRL WITH A LAMB
  • AN INTERIOR OF SAN MINIATOSwynnerton, Annie Louisa, 1844-1933; Interior of San Miniato, Florence
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 304 x 260 mm (0.08 m²).
    • History: signed and dated “Annie L. Robinson / Florence 1881”; bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • APRIL’S LADYaprils-lady-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A SKETCH FOR A PORTRAIT – see PORTRAIT OF A BOY WITH A SHETLAND PONY
  • A ROSE FROM MY GARDENyoung-girl-in-a-pink-dress-T
  • ASSISIassisi-t
  • A STUDY OF HANDShands-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 305 x 380 mm (0.12 m²), unframed.
    • History: date unknown, but possibly c. 1908-9 by similarity to Count Zouboff; auctioned Criterion, Islington, 26 Aug 2019, sold.
    • Location: private collection.
  • A THIRSTY CHILDa-thirsty-child-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 740 x 1090 mm (0.81 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1876; auctioned Sotheby’s, Billinghurst, 14 May 1991, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A WOMAN AMONGST FOLIAGE (attributed)woman-amongst-foliage-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 540 x 514 mm (0.28 m²).
    • History: auctioned Bentley’s, Cranbrook, United Kingdom, 9 Sep 2004, “Lot 40 Annie Louise Swynnerton attrib. / (British, 1844-1933) / An Impressionist oil on canvas of a disfigured nude woman floating in a lake surrounded by foliage in shades of green and yellow.20 1/4 x 21 1/4 inches (51.5 x 54 cm).”
    • Location: unknown.
  • BLOSSOM TIMEblossom-time-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 514 x 610 mm (0.31 m²).
    • History: auctioned Sotheby’s, London, 6 Nov 1991, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • CAPRIcapri-canvas-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 285 x 600 mm (0.17 m²).
    • History: painted c. 1900-1910 (according to notice by painting when on display in Manchester Art Gallery, 2018-9); exhibited Manchester Art Gallery 1923 (visible in exhibition photos); auctioned, Cheffin’s, Cambridge, 25 Mar 2010, sold; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: private collection.
  • CROSSING THE STREAMcrossing-the-stream-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 740 x 1262 mm (0.93 m²).
    • History: dated 1886; bequeathed by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936, to Manchester Art Gallery (artuk.org).
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • CUPID AND PSYCHEcupid-and-psyche-t
  • EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON

    • EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSONSwynnerton, Annie Louisa, 1844-1933; Miss Elizabeth Williamson on a Pony
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 1312 x 1682 mm (2.32 m²).
      • History: dated 1906-7; also known as ‘Miss Elizabeth Williamson on a pony’ and (Academy Notes for 1907) ‘Elizabeth Williamson at Wemmergill.’ Elizabeth was the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Charles Hunter of Hill House; American Art News 16 Apr 1910, “The current exhibition of the Women’s International Art Club at the Grafton galleries … [includes] the vigerous portrait of “Elizabeth Williamson at Wemmergill”; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery 1923; Royal Academy of Arts 1934;  “presented [to the Tate] by F. Howard 1939.”
      • Location: Tate.
    • SKETCH FOR EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSONoil-sketch-for-eq-port-eliz-will-canvas-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 390 x 530 mm (0.21 m²).
      • History: 1906 (by association with above works); auctioned Keys, Aylsham, Norfolk, 29 Nov 2019, unsold; auctioned Keys, Aylesham, Norfolk; 26 Jun 2020, sold.
      • Location: unknown.
    • PORTRAIT ELIZABETH WILLIAMSONelizabeth-williamson-t
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 300 x 335 mm (0.10 m²), W. H. Lane & Son; 297 x 337 mm (0.10 m²) Mallham’s; 320 x 360 mm (0.12 m²), Tate; average 306 x 344 mm (1.1 m²).
      • History: signed and dated 1906; auctioned 25 Oct 2001, W. H. Lane & Son, Penzance, “Portrait of a young blonde Girl / “Signed dated,” unsold; auctioned Mallham’s, Cheltenham, 21 Aug 2008, “ANNIE LOUISE SWYNNERTON … Portrait of a young girl with blonde hair wearing a polo neck jumper, signed and dated ‘Annie L Swynnerton 1906’ bas gauche [bottom left], oil on canvas, 13¼” x 11¾ [337 x 298 mm],” sold; owned by art historian and author, Susan Thompson (The Life and Works of Annie Louisa Swynnerton); ‘Presented [to the Tate] by Chris Thomson, in memory of Susan Thomson, 2013.’ [Assumed here to be the same work although sizes differ.]
      • Location: Tate (detailed essay on the web page).
  • EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY GREVILLE
    • EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY GREVILLElady-mercy-marter-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 1.575 x 2.363 m (3.72 m²).
      • History: “signed and dated ‘Annie L. Swynnerton 1920’ (lower right)”; exhibited Manchester 1923, “Paintings by Mrs Swynnerton / no. 40.”; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Sixtieth Autumn Exhibition, 1934; auctioned Christie’s, 8 Nov 1968, “Anonymous sale”; auctioned Christie’s, London, 18 Dec 2012, “PETER LANGAN [restauranteur and patron of the arts]: A LIFE WITH ART”, “Lady Mercy Marter (née Greville) (1904-1968) was the daughter of society beauty and socialist Frances Evelyn Greville, 5th Countess of Warwick. She was formerly wife of Basil Dean and Patrick Gamble and wife of Richard Marter,” sold.
      • Location: unknown.
    • SKETCH FOR EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY GREVILLETate Britain sketch T
  • FAITH – see JOAN OF ARC
  • FLOWERS IN A MEADOWflowers-in-a-meadow-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 533 x 635 mm (0.53 m²).
    • History: c. 1920 (from similarity to the background in the Equestrian Portrait of Lady Mercy Greville which is dated 1920); displayed Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, “Famous British Women Artists / Lent by Sir Gerald and Lady Kelly,” 1953; auctioned John Nicholson’s, Haslemere, Surrey, 9 Mar 2016; auctioned (same location), 23 Nov 2016, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • GREEN SUMMERgreen-summer-T
    • Media: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: 610 x 508 mm (0.31 m², Royal Academy Illustrated, 1931).
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1931.
    • Location: unknown.
  • HEAD OF A BACCHANTE – see THE DREAM OF ITALY
  • ILLUSIONSillusions-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 510 x 608 mm (0.31 m²).
    • History: painted 1902 or earlier; Louisa Mary Garrett bequest to Manchester Art Gallery, 1936; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • ITALIAN MOTHER AND CHILDan-italian-mother-and-child-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 735 x 1258 mm (0.92 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1886; bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • JEBSAjebsa-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 762 x 1020 mm (0.77 m²).
    • History: dated 1874; 1937, presented to Priest Park Gallery by B. L. Bisgood Esq.; 2018, for sale at Richard Taylor Fine Art, provenance “Midlands estate” and loaned for exhibition Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Richard Taylor Fine Art.
  • JOAN OF ARC (FAITH)faith-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 790 x 890 mm (0.70 m²), Sotheby’s 2006 and 2007.
    • History: 1900-1905; exhibited New Gallery, 1904; Whitchapel Art Gallery, 1907; this or another version, present in Annie’s studio and visible in photo in The Times, 25 Nov 1922; auctioned Sotheby’s, 23 Jun 1981; auctioned Christie’s, Rome, 4 Dec 1984; auctioned Sotheby’s, London, 14 Dec 2006, unsold; auctioned Sotheby’s, London, 3 Oct 2007, unsold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURESlandscape-with-figures-thumbnail
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 470 x 735 mm (0.35 m²).
    • History: the name “Annie Swynnerton” is written on the back of the frame (does not appear to be Annie’s own handwriting); no evidence trail for attribution, but relates to an image visible in a 1923 exhibition photo (see below); bought 1995 by current owner in Snape, Suffolk.
    • Location: private collection.
  • LITTLE VISITORSlittle-visitors-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: 1883?; known from a coloured ‘chromolithograph’ print in The Graphic Christmas Edition, 1883, as by “Miss. Annie L. Robinson.”
    • Location: unknown (original painting); print in private collection.
  • MASTER AND MANmaster-and-man-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 650 x 900 mm (0.59 m²), Bearn’s; 660 x 910 mm (0.60 m²), unframed, Bonham’s; average 655 x 905 mm (0.59 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1908; exhibited The New Gallery Summer Exhibition, 1908; auctioned 4 Jul 2006, Bearne’s, Exeter, “A man’s best friend signed and dated 1908 bottom right,” unsold; auctioned Bonhams, 10 Oct 2006, “Signed dated,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • MASTER CHARLES FENWICK – see THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
  • MATERNITÉ (attributed)maternite-T
    • Medium: oil on panel.
    • Dimensions: 270 x 270 mm (0.073 m²).
    • History: auctioned Thierry de Maigret, 3 Apr 2012, “Maternité Huile sur panneau, titrée au verso [Maternité Oil on panel, titled on verso],” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • MATER TRIUMPHALISTriumphant Mother by Annie Swynnerton, 1892
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 680 x 1670 mm (1.1 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1892; exhibited New Gallery, 1892; 1893, Chicago World’s Fair and Exposition; 1900, Woman’s Exhibition, Earl’s Court, catalogue. Room 2, no. 1444; 1905, Salon de la Société nationale des beaux-arts, Paris; ?-1915, collection of Edmund Davis; bought and gifted to the Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, 1915-1922; 1922-1946, Louvre; 1923 exhibited Manchester Art Gallery; 1946-1971, Museum of Modern Art, Paris; 1971-1981, Louvre (formally transferred back to the Louvre collection 1977); 1981 onwards, transferred to Musée d’Orsay.
    • Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
  • MONTAGNA MIAmontagna-mia-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1.83 x 1.12 m (2.1 m²).
    • History: c. 1923 (artuk.org), 1923 (notice by painting, Manchester Art Gallery); Annie Louise Swynnerton bequest to Manchester Art Gallery, 1934; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • MY LADY BARBARAmy-lady-barbara-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1925.
    • Location: unknown.
  • NEW-RISEN HOPE
    • NEW-RISEN HOPE (TATE)hope-tate-canvas-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 519 x 570 mm (0.30 m²).
      • History: signed and dated 1904; presented to the Tate by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest, 1924; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
      • Location: Tate.
    • NEW-RISEN HOPE (MELBOURNE)hope-melbourne-T
  • NUDE IN LANDSCAPEnude-in-landscape-canvas-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 615 x 225 mm (0.14 m²), unframed.
    • History: auctioned Christie’s, early 1980s, having been placed there by a descendant of Annie’s extended family, and bought by playright and art dealer George Hulme; passed on, 1990s, to an acquaintance of Mr Hulme, a London antiques dealer, who sold it by auction 24 Apr 2018. Information in italics from personal recollections of owner and uncertain.
    • Location: private collection.
  • OCEANIDoceanid-T
  • OIL SKETCH OF A PONYpony-T
  • OLEANDERoleander-T
    • Medium: oil on panel.
    • Dimensions: 190 x 270 mm (0.05 m²), Phillip’s; 200 x 275 mm (0.06 m²), Sotheby’s; average 195 x 273 (0.05 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1883; auctioned Phillip’s, Chester, 4 Mar 1999, “Signed dated,” sold; auctioned Sotheby’s, London, 2 Dec 2002, “Signed dated «Annie Caption Robinson» lower right”, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • ON A TERRACEon-a-terrace-T (attributed)
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 680 x 1550 mm (1.05 m²).
    • History: auctioned Sotheby’s, 23 Mar 1987, “Lot number 268 / Illustrated on page 31 of the catalog,” unsold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • ON HIS MOTHER’S KNEEOHMK-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: approx. 520 x 590 mm (0.31 m², estimated from 1923 exhibition photo).
    • History: exhibited Manchester, 1923; Royal Academy, 1919; Women’s International Art Club. Suffolk-street galleries, 1925 (The Times, 4 Mar 1925; Royal Academy, 1929 (pictured in The Times, 4 May 1929).
    • Location: unknown.
  • ON THE TERRACE – see THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
  • OREADSoreads-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1778 mm diameter (1.8 m²).
    • History: 1907; exhibited Royal Academy, 1907; bought by and presented to the Tate by John Singer Sargent, 1922; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Tate.
  • PORTRAIT OF A BOY (SURROUNDED BY GOLD)boy-surrounded-by-gold-t
    • Medium: Oil on panel with gold leaf.
    • Dimensions: 280 x 430 mm (0.12 m²), Christie’s 1990; 286 x 483 mm (0.14 m²), Sotheby’s 2003; 279 x 432 mm (0.12 m²), Rago Arts (unframed); average 262 x 449 mm (0.12 m²).
    • History: auctioned Christie’s, London, 15 Jun 1990, “Oil/panel, with gold leaf,” sold; auctioned Sotheby’s, New York, 11 Dec 2003, “The Collecting Eye of Seymour Stein“, unsold; auctioned David Rago (Rago Arts), Lambertville, New Jersey, 20 Jan 2018, “Property from the Collection of Seymour Stein, Founder, Sire Records / Painting is under glass with a slight warp to the board. There are several nicks with losses along edge of the board where it meets the frame. Minor inpainting scattered throughout (mostly in the body of the figure) and visible under blacklight. The gold paint has cracked in several areas and is separating. The gold area in the center above the figure’s head is flaking with losses,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A BOY WITH A SHETLAND PONY and SKETCH FOR ~a-boy-with-a-shetland-pony-t
    • PORTRAIT OF A BOY WITH A SHETLAND PONY
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: 1296 x 2273 mm (2.95 m²), Christie’s 1992.
      • History: signed and dated 1917; exhibited 1923 Manchester, visible in contemporary photograph (size estimate 1.0 x 2.4 m from photo); auctioned Christie’s, London, 12 Jun 1992, “Init. Dated lower left”; regularly appears as purchasable print on commercial web sites.
      • Location: unknown.
    • SKETCH FOR PORTRAIT OF A BOY WITH A SHETLAND PONYshetland-sketch-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?.
      • History: 1917 (by obvious similarity to painting above); exhibited Royal Academy, 1932, and shown in Royal Academy Illustrated for that year, with the title “A SKETCH FOR A PORTRAIT.”
      • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A CHILD WITH CURLY HAIRchild-with-curly-red-hair-composite-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 395 x 495 mm (0.20 m², Bonham’s); 400 x 510 mm (0.20 m², Lacy Scott & Knight); average of sizes is 398 x 503 mm (0.20 m²).
    • History: “Signed “Annie S” lower right (Lacy Scott and Knight); auctioned Bonham’s, Chester, 23 Aug 2011, “Portrait of a young girl with curly hair, bust length / signed,” sold; auctioned Lacy Scott and Knight, Bury Saint Edmunds, 11 Sep 2015, “Bust profile portrait of a young girl,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A LADY HOLDING A FLOWER (and 1932 PHOTOGRAPH)PLHF-1932
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: original canvas approx. 1370 x 860 (1.18 m²) mm; cut down canvas 457 x 571 mm (0.26 m²).
    • History: “Signed «A Swynnerton» lower left”; visible in photograph taken c. 1932; Christie’s, 7 Sep 2005, unsold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF AGATHONIKE SABINA CRAIESagathonike-sabina-craies-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: known from image in the The Illustrated London News, 21 May 1892, as on display in the New Gallery exhibition that year.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A LADY STANDING BY FLOWERING IVYlady-by-flowering-ivy-adjusted-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas, relined.
    • Dimensions: 730 x 1270 (0.93 m²), unframed, Key’s Auctions.
    • History: “signed lower right”, Lacy Scott and Knight; visible in photo of Manchester 1923 exhibition; auctioned Christie’s, 7 Sep 2005, unsold; auctioned Lacy Scott and Knight, 15 Jun 2014, “Portrait of a young lady wearing a cream dress and silk neckscarf,” sold; auctioned Key’s, Aylsham, Norfolk, 8 Aug 2014, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A LADY WEARING A FEATHER BOAportrait-of-a-lady-wearing-a-feather-boa-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: known from an image in the Illustrated London News, 5 Aug 1893.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF A LADY WEARING A FUR-TRIMMED GARMENT (attributed)398-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 484 x 592 mm (0.29 m²), unframed.
    • History: auctioned Mallham’s, Oxford, 23 Oct 2019, “ATTRIBUTED TO ANNIE SWYNNERTON (1844-1933) Portrait of a lady wearing a fur trimmed maroon dress and with distant hills beyond, oil on canvas / ANNIE LOUISA SWIN…” written on the back of the frame, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF ALICE WOODSalice-woods-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: “completed 1911“; believed destroyed when Maria Grey Training College was badly damaged in air raid, 1941.
    • Location: believed destroyed.
  • PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG ITALIAN MANa-young-italian-man-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 305 x 360 mm (0.11 m²), David Lay; 305 x 361 mm (0.11 m²), Christie’s; average 305 x 361 mm (0.11 m²).
    • History: “Signed “Annie L. Robinson” lower right”, Christie’s; auctioned Christie’s, London, 14 Jan 2014, unsold; auctioned David Lay, Penzance (www.archive.org), 28 Jan 2016, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF BESSIE, WIFE OF COLONEL MASSYBessie-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (presumed).
    • Dimensions: unknown.
    • History: illustrated in Royal Academy Illustrated, 1927, “Known … from a review of the exhibition at the Royal Acadamy by Arthur T. Froggatt in the Musical Times, June 1st 1927,“* and referred to as “a very fine portrait of a woman at a piano” in The Illustrated London News, 7 May 1927, p832.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF CHARLES FENWICK – see THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
  • PORTRAIT OF COLWYN E. A. PHILIPPScolwyn-philipps-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 820 x 845 mm (0.69 m²).
    • History: exhibited New Gallery, 1897, “Mrs. Swynnerton’s robust style, her vigorous colour, her admirable modelling are all seen in her Colwyn Philipps, an excellent child’s portrait … unsatisfactory background” (Daily News, London, 10 Jun 1897); Royal Academy, 1931; auctioned Sotheby’s, Melbourne, 19 Aug 1991; auctioned Deutscher & Menzies, Melbourne, 26 Nov 2003, “Signed indistinctly lower right,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF COUNT ZOUBOFFcount-zouboff-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1538 x 1934 mm (2.97 m²), unframed.
    • History: painted 1908-9; exhibited 1923, Manchester (visible in exhibition photographs) and also visible hanging on a wall in a photograph of Annie’s studio; on display at The French Gallery, New Bond Street (The Graphic, 5 December 1931); presented to the Tate “by Messrs Wallis and Son 1932” (www.tate.org.uk) – Henry Wallis had been the proprietor of ‘The French Gallery,’ a commercial art dealership in London which closed in 1929; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Tate.
  • PORTRAIT OF DAME MILLICENT GARRETT FAWCETTdame-millicent-garrett-fawcett-canvas-t
  • PORTRAIT OF DAVID AND JONATHAN FENWICK – see THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
  • PORTRAIT OF EDWARD MICHAEL HOPTON – see THE HOPTON PORTRAITS
  • PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON – see EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON
  • PORTRAIT OF EVELYN, DAUGHTER OF VERNON BELLHOUSEevelyn-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: dated 1911; exhibited 1912, thereafter at family home at Alderley Edge, until auctioned at Sotheby’s (early 1980s?).
    • Location: Unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF FLORENCE H. MUSGRAVEflorence-h-musgrave-canvas-t
  • PORTRAIT OF GEOFFREY AND CHRISTOPHER HERRINGHAM (THE YOUNG GARDENERS)the-young-gardeners-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 915 x 915 mm (0.84 m²).
    • History: signed and dated, 1889; AKA ‘Portrait of Geoffrey and Christopher Herringham’; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Royal Holloway, London.
  • PORTRAIT OF GEORGE LEWISgeorge-lewis-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 792 x 1030 (0.82 m²).
    • History: dated 1917; auctioned by Sotheby’s, London, 7 Jun 1995, “Initial. Dated lower right,” sold; auctioned Christie’s, London, 12 Jun 2001, “Initial. Dated «A L S» lower right,” unsold; auctioned Christie’s, London, 23 May 2002, “Initial. Dated lower right,” unsold; auctioned Christie’s, London, 14 Nov 2002, “Portrait of George Lewis, seated full-length, in a garden / signed with initials and dated ‘A.L.S. 1917’ (lower right) / Provenance / The Lewis Family,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF HENRY JAMEShenry-james-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 495 x 559 (0.28 m²), posthumous studio sale catalogue, 1923; 512 x 575 mm (0.29 m²), Christie’s, 2008; average 504 x 567 mm (0.29 m²).
    • History: sometimes dated 1910, but Annie still working on it in Aug 1911 (letters of Henry James); “a Washington Post correspondent saw it [in Annie’s studio] in the late 1920s” (4); posthumous studio sale catalogue states “Exhibited at Manchester, 1932” (typographical error for 1923 exhibition?); auctioned Christie’s, 9 Feb 1934 (posthumous studio sale, assumed to be the 1911 portrait as it is unlikely there would be two), “PORTRAIT OF HENRY JAMES, ESQ., in dark coat; red curtain background; auctioned Christie’s, 1939; auctioned Christie’s, 3 Sep 2008, “the words ‘Inscribed ‘Portrait of Henry James by Mrs Annie L. Swynnerton 1A The Avenue 76 Fulham Road London. S.W.’ on an old label attached to the reverse / Signed Inscr. Title / verso,” sold.
    • Location: The Stranger’s Room, The Reform Club, London.
  • PORTRAIT OF GUY WILLIAM HOPTON – see THE HOPTON PORTRAITS
  • PORTRAIT OF LILIE, DAUGHTER OF W. MCGRATH, ESQlilie-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 620 x 750 mm (0.47 m²), Sotheby’s and Lawrences.
    • History: Dated 1901; auctioned Sotheby’s, Billinghurst, 25 May 1994, “Signed “Annie Robinson”,” sold; auctioned Lawrences, Crewkerne (archive.org), 8 Jul 2011, “Some craquelure; needs a clean,” unsold; auctioned Lawrences, Crewkerne, 5 Jul 2019, “Lot 1548 ANNIE LOUISA ROBINSON, ARA (1844-1933) PORTRAIT OF LILIE, DAUGHTER OF W. McGRATH Seated three quarter length, wearing a blue dress and holding a rosebud, inscribed label on the frame, oil on canvas 75 x 62cm. * The artist is better known by her married name, Swynnerton,” sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF LORNA, DAUGHTER OF HENRY MARTIN, ESQlorna-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: signed and dated 1893; illustrated (black and white hand-drawn copy by ‘Sedgwick”) in the Illustrated London News, 23 June 1894, p. 793.
    • Location: unknown (original).
  • PORTRAIT OF MARGARET AND CHRYSTIAN GUTHRIEmargaret-and-chrystian-guthrie-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1.31 m diameter (painted area 1.35 m²).
    • History: dated 1907; exhibited 1907 Royal Academy; 1908 Franco-British Exhibition, London, “399 / Portrait of the Daughters of D. C. Guthrie, Esq. / Mrs. D. C. Guthrie … Swynnerton, A. L. (Mrs.), 1A, The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, S.W.”; Jul 1923 Manchester Art Gallery; auctioned Mellors & Kirk, 27 Nov 2013, “provenance: D. C. Guthrie, the sitters’ father, thence by descent to the vendor … The children were the daughters of David Guthrie, MP (1858-1932), of Craigie, Dundee and East Haddon Hall (1861-1918) and his wife Mary daughter of Andrew Low of Savannah … In fine original condition, unlined, never varnished. Not hitherto offered for sale“; private collection (‘The Wrathall Family,’ notice by picture in ‘Painting Light and Hope‘ exhibition, Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019).
    • Location: private collection.
  • PORTRAIT OF MRS A. SCOTT-ELLIOT AND CHILDRENmrs-a-scott-elliot-and-children-canvas-only-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: ± circular, 1693 x 1684 mm (2.24 m²).
    • History: 1912; purchased from Mrs Marjorie A. Scott-Elliot, 1923; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • PORTRAIT OF MRS. SCOTT ELLIOMSE-TT
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: signed “ALS,” bottom right; exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
    • Location: unknown.
  • PORTRAIT OF SUSAN ISABEL DACREsusan-isabel-dacre-frame-canvas-processed-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 519 x 703 mm (0.36 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1880; in possession of the sitter until given to Manchester Art Gallery 1932; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery ‘Painting Light and Hope’ exhibition, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • PORTRAIT OF THE REVEREND WILLIAM GASKELLreverend-william-gaskill-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 711 x 866 mm (0.62 m²).
    • History: has ALR monogram and is dated 1879; bequeathed [to Manchester Art Gallery] by Mrs M. E. Gaskell, 1914; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • PORTRAIT OF VIOLET EDITH FENWICK – see THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
  • RAIN CLOUDS, MONTE GENNAROrain-clouds-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 630 x 306 mm (0.19 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1904;
    • Louisa Mary Garrett bequest to Manchester Art Gallery, 1924.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • ROMA LADY – see JEBSA
  • ST. MARTIN’S SUMMERSMS-T
  • ST. THOMAS’S CHURCH TRIPTYCHcherubs-above-the-sea-t
    • Medium: oil on panel.
    • Dimensions: central panel 419 x 533 mm, side panels 330 x 533 mm each (total painted area 0.58 m²).
    • History: auctioned Mallam’s, Oxford, 8 Jun 2007, “Cherubs above the Sea, a triptych, oils on panel, 21″ x 16 1/2″ (x1) and 21″ x 13″ (x2). Provenance: removed from St. Thomas Church, Ardwick Green, Manchester, when the church closed in 1978,” sold. [St. Thomas Church was consecrated 10 Nov 1741 and decommissioned in 1978, and has since been used for various secular community functions and office space.]
    • Location: unknown.
  • SUMMER IDYLLsummer-idyll-T
  • SUVIACO FROM SCHOLASTICAitalian-landscape-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1191 x 843 mm (1.00 m²).
    • History: shown in Royal Academy Illustrated, 1932, “SUVIACO FROM SCHOLASTICA. – MRS. A. L. SWYNNERTON A.R.A.“; bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Dr Jane Walker, CH, LLD, 1939; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • THE ADORATION OF THE INFANT CHRIST (AFTER PERUGINO)Swynnerton, Annie Louisa, 1844-1933; Adoration of the Infant Christ
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 906 x 597 mm (0.54 m²); the painted area, excluding the dark surround, is 0.43 m². (Perugino’s original is 3560 x 2460 mm, four times Annie’s dimensions, the painted area within the semicircle covering 7.1 m²].)
    • History: Also known as “The Adoration of the Shepherds“; bequeathed by Annie to Manchester Art Gallery, 1934.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • THE ANGEL OF THE ANNUNCIATION – see THE SENSE OF SIGHT (SUMMERFIELD)
  • THE BARREN FIGthe-barren-fig-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 500 x 290 mm (0.15 m²).
    • History: painted c.1900-c.1910 (notice by picture when on display at in Manchester Art Gallery); auctioned Christie’s, London, 29 Jul 1920, “The Property of Mrs Charles Hunter, 31 Portland Place, London, W1“; auctioned Cheffin’s, Cambridge, 24 Mar 2010, sold, “Canvas slightly bowing in frame. Original tortoiseshell frame has one corner missing and cracks“; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019, “Lent by the Executors of Christine Brownlie Allen (1954-2014).”
    • Location: private collection.
  • THE BLUEBELL WOOD (attributed)the-bluebell-wood-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 584 x 381 mm (0.22 m²).
    • History: auctioned Michael J. Bowman, Newton Abbot, 18 Aug 2007.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE CONVALESCENTthe-convalescent-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 635 x 571 mm (0.36 m²).
    • History: c. 1887; exhibited Royal Academy, 1929, and in Royal Academy Illustrated for that year; presented to the Tate Collection 1929 by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Tate.
  • THE CUP-BEARERon-his-mothers-knee-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: approx. 630 x 550 mm (0.43 m²), estimated from 1923 exhibition photograph.
    • History: signed and dated 18?? (possibly 1865); exhibited Royal Academy, 1929.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE DEBUTANTEthe-debutante-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 720 x 1220 mm (0.88 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1891; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019, on loan from Richard Taylor Fine Art, “Portrait of Miss Elsie Elizabeth Ebsworth commissioned on her engagement to her future husband, Mr George Swinton … Never exhibited,” text later changed to “It has been suggested that the sitter is Elsie Elizabeth Ebsworth later Mrs George Swinton,” as the identity of the subject is not known for certain. “Provenance: Coursham Court, Wiltshire.”
    • Location: Richard Taylor Fine Art.
  • THE DREAMERthe-dreamer-T
  • THE FENWICK PORTRAITS
    • PORTRAIT OF VIOLET EDITH FENWICK (ON THE TERRACE)on-the-terrace-processed-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: exhibited Royal Academy 1909; Whitchapel Art Gallery 1910; presented by Mrs. Lionel Philipps to form part of the founding collection of Johannesburg Art Gallery, 1910. The works is now in a private collection.
      • Location: private collection.
    • PORTRAIT OF CHARLES FENWICKcharles-fenwick-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1908 (The Standard, 4 May 1908); image known only from commercial artwork reproduction web sites.
      • Location: unknown.
    • PORTRAIT OF DAVID AND JONATHAN FENWICKdavid-and-jonathan-fenwick-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: “in the garden at Temple Dinsley“; signed and dated 1914; exhibited Manchester, 1923 (visible in exhibition photographs); otherwise known only from images on commercial artwork reproduction web sites.
      • Location: unknown.
  • THE GULF OF SPEZIA, SEEN FROM CARRARAspezia-T
  • THE HEAD OF A GIRL – see 1931 PHOTOGRAPH
  • THE HEAD OF A YOUNG MANhead-of-a-young-man-processed-rectified-t
    • Medium: pencil on paper.
    • Dimensions: approx. A4 size.
    • History: 1870s, according to notice by picture while exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: private collection.
  • THE HOPTON PORTRAITS (EDWARD MICHAEL AND GUY WILLIAM HOPTON)hopton-portraits-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: each painting 610 x 915 mm (0.56 m²), Christie’s; 600 x 900 mm (0.54 m²), Toovey; 608 x 914 (0.56 m²), Sotheby’s; 597 x 900 (0.54 m²), Roseby’s; average 604 x 907 mm (0.55 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1890; auctioned Christie’s, London, 12 Nov 1998, sold; auctioned Rupert Toovey & Co., West Sussex, 10 Mar 2000, sold; auctioned Sotheby’s, Olympia, 21 Mar 2007, unsold; auctioned Rosebery’s, London, 11 Dec 2007, “Girl standing full length / Boy standing three-quarter length”, sold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE LADY IN WHITEthe-lady-in-white-T
  • THE LETTERthe-letter-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 482 x 1016 mm (0.49 m²).
    • History: possibly c. 1881 (period when Annie was using her ALR monogram), but dating otherwise very uncertain, presumed to be early- or mid-1880s; in original frame with original gilding; purchased from A. E. Anderson by the Royal Academy with the Edward Stott Fund, 1934; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Royal Academy of Arts, London.
  • THE LITTLE SENTINELthe-little-sentinel-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 710 x 1000 mm (0.71 m²).
    • History: signed and dated, 1875, “Roma”; auctioned Christie’s, London, 24 Feb 1989, unsold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE OLIVE GATHERERSthe-olive-gatherers-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 710 x 385 mm (0.27 m²), unframed.
    • History: 1889; exhibited in the Woman’s Exhibition, Earl’s Court, in 1900; given to Manchester Art Gallery, 1936, by Miss. F. R. Wilkinson; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • THE PASSING OF RAINthe-passing-of-rain-coloured-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE PINK FROCK – see PORTRAIT OF AGATHONIKE SABINA CRAIES
  • THE REVERIEthe-reverie-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE SABINES FROM TUSCULUMthe-sabines-from-tusculum-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE SENSE OF SIGHT (LIVERPOOL and SUMMERFIELD versions)
    • THE SENSE OF SIGHT (LIVERPOOL)sight-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 1010 x 873 mm (0.88 m²).
      • History: signed and dated, 1895; Presented [to the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool] by Charles J. Procter in 1896; exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, 1911; Glasgow Institute, 1915; Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
      • Location: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
    • THE SENSE OF SIGHT (SUMMERFIELD)summerfield-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 1030 x 890 mm (0.92 m²), Christie’s 1989 and 1992.
      • History: signed and dated, 1898; auctioned Christie’s, London, 2 Nov 1989, “The angel of the Annunciation / provenance R.E Summerfield,” sold; auctioned Christie’s, London, 12 Jun 1992, “The Sense of Sight / Signed dated lower right / Notes: Inscr. S/label/verso,” sold.
      • Location: private collection.
  • THE SOUL’S JOURNEY – see WHERE SHATTERED MOUNTAINS LIE
  • THE SOUTHING OF THE SUNthe-southing-of-the-sun-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 889 x 1119 mm (0.99 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1911; “purchased from the artist [by Manchester Art Gallery], 1923“; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • THE STORM-TOSSED WILLOW FEELS THE SPRINGwillow-T
  • THE TOWN OF SIENAthe-town-of-siena-T.jpg
  • THE TRYSTthe-tryst-T
  • THE UNRELENTING PASTno-image-available-T
  • THE VAGRANTthe-vagrant-T.jpg
  • THOUGHTS (image identification uncertain)thoughts-T
  • THRO’ THE ORCHARDthrough-the-orchard-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 337 x 530 mm (1.8 m²).
    • History: Signed and dated 1883; exhibited Grosvenor Gallery Intercolonial Exhibition, Melbourne Public Library, 27 October 1887 (exhibition lasting approx. two months); exhibited Women’s Exhibition, Earl’s Court, London, 1900, sold to Hugh Lane, the delivery being discussed Nov 1907 and in his possession 1908; Lane Gift to Dublin City Gallery, 1912; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Dublin City Gallery.
  • TRYING ON HER MOTHER’S HATyoung-girl-in-a-white-dress-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: approx. 208 x 368 mm (0.07 m²), unframed.
    • History: signed “A.L.S.”; exhibited Alpine Club, 1956, “33. TRYING ON HER MOTHER’S HAT; 14½ ins. by 8 ins. Lent by Mrs. Hugh Thomas“; passed down through family connections to current owner.
    • Location: private collection.
  • UNWINDING THE SKEINunwinding-the-skein-T
    • Medium: ‘painted on a thick wood board’ (from description on retailer web site).
    • Dimensions: 380 x 330 mm (0.13 m²), unframed, frame 510 x 460 mm.
    • History: signed bottom right ‘AS’ (from description on retailer’s web site); sold (provenance unstated) Bernardi’s Antiques, Toronto, 2018.
    • Location: unknown.
  • WHERE SHATTERED MOUNTAINS LIE and THE SOUL’S JOURNEY
  • WHERE SHELTERED MOUNTAINS LIE – see WHERE SHATTERED MOUNTAINS LIE