LIST OF WORKS

This is a list of all the works of Annie Louisa Swynnerton for which images can be found. Sizes are given as the X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) dimensions in that order, and refer to the unframed canvas size unless otherwise stated.


  • 1922 PHOTOGRAPH.1922-photo-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: approx 1.5? x 1.5 m (2.3? m²).
    • History: visible in photograph in The Sphere (newspaper), 9 Dec 1922.
    • Location: unknown.
  • 1923 PHOTOGRAPHS.1923-allFourteen otherwise unknown pictures visible in photographs of the 1923 exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery. Some images very poor quality, but may be matchable to extant paintings should they be discovered.
  • 1931-photograph-t1931 PHOTOGRAPH.
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: 1.0 x 1.5 m (1.5 m²).
    • History: only known from photo taken in 1931; possibly a work known as ‘DESIRE’ or ‘AN IMAGE OF DESIRE.’ (Information c/o Alisdair Swinnerton.)
    • Location: unknown.
  • A BOY WITH A SHETLAND PONY.a-boy-with-a-shetland-pony-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: approx. 1100 x 2500 mm (2.8 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1917; exhibited 1923 Manchester; regularly appears as purchasable print on commercial web sites, but otherwise unknown.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A CHILD WITH CURLY RED HAIR.child-with-curly-red-hair-composite-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 395 x 495 mm (0.20 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: Sold by auction for £1,080 (inc. premium) at Bonham’s, Chester, 23 Aug 2011.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A DISTANT VIEW OF THE SABINES (attributed).a-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.”; sold by auction at Rosebery’s, £280 (£357 with fees), 15 Nov 2018.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A DRYAD.Copyright Glasgow Museums / Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 292 x 330 mm (0.10 m²).
    • History: 1928, exhibited Royal Academy; 1940, bequeathed to Glasgow Museums by Mrs A. J. MacLaren.
    • Location: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre.
  • A LADY HOLDING A FLOWER.lady-holding-a-flower-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: approx. 500 x 750 mm (0.34 m²).
    • History: painted c. 1930; auctioned Christie’s, 7 Sep 2005.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A LADY STANDING BY FLOWERING IVY.lady-by-flowering-ivy-adjusted-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 737 x 1270 mm (0.94 m²).
    • History: 1923, visible in photo of Manchester exhibition; Sold for £1,150 (c. £1,660 with fees) at Key’s Auctions, 8 Aug 2014.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A LADY WEARING A FEATHER BOA (attributed).portrait-of-a-lady-wearing-a-feather-boa-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: only known from an image in the Illustrated London News, 5 Apr 1893. As newspapers could occasionally make errors in their image captions and the style is not immediately recognisable as Annie’s work, this is ‘attributed’ only.
    • Location: unknown.
  • A YOUNG ITALIAN MAN.a-young-italian-man-t
  • ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS (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 dimentions, the painted area within the semicircle covering 7.1 m².]
    • History: bequeathed by Annie to Manchester Art Gallery, who received it in 1934.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • AGATHONIKE SABINA CRAIES.agathonike-sabina-craies-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: known from image in the The Illustrated London News, 21 May 1892 and the New Gallery exhibition for that year.
    • Location: unknown.
  • AN ITALIAN MOTHER AND CHILD.an-italian-mother-and-child-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 735 x 1258 mm (0.92 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: signed and dated 1886; bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • ASSISI.assisi-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas stretched over cork.
    • Dimensions: 327 x 426 mm (0.14 m²).
    • History: presented to Birmingham Art Gallery by the Friends of Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1934, possibly acquired from the posthumous studio sale of the same year, lot 151 ‘Assisi’ or lot 157 ‘Near Assisi.’
    • Location: Birmingham Art Gallery.
  • BOY (SURROUNDED BY GOLD).boy-surrounded-by-gold-t
    • Medium: oil and gold leaf on panel.
    • Dimensions: Sotheby’s: 235 x 480 mm (0.11 m²); Rago: 279 x 431 (0.12 m²), unframed.
    • History: auctioned Sotheby’s, 11 Dec 2003, ‘The Collecting Eye of Seymour Stein,’  est. £8,000-£12,000; sold by auction 20 Jan 2018, Rago Arts, Lambertville, New Jersey, ‘Property from the Collection of Seymour Stein, Founder, Sire Records,’ $6,875 (est. $3,500-$4,500), condition report: “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.
    • Location: unknown.
  • CAPRI.capri-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); sold by auction, Cheffin’s, Cambridge, 25 Mar 2010, £1,000 (est. £300-£500); exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019, Painting Light and Hope Annie Swynnerton retrospective.
    • Location: private collection.
  • CHERUBS ABOVE THE SEA.cherubs-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 at Mallam’s, Oxford, 8 Jun 2007, est. £3,000-£4,000, sold for £2,800, “Provenance: removed from St. Thomas Church Ardwick Green, Manchester, when the church closed in 1978.” St. Thomas Church was consecrated 10 Nov 1741 and decomissioned in 1978, and has since been used for various secular community functions and office space.
    • Location: unknown.
  • COLWYN E. A. PHILIPPS.colwyn-philipps-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 820 x 845 mm (0.69 m²).
    • History: painted 1896?; 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; sold at auction Deutscher & Menzies, 26 Nov 2003, for $7,751 (£3,290) est. $7,000-$10,000 (£4,120-£5,890).
    • Location: unknown.
  • COUNT ZOUBOFF.count-zouboff-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1538 x 1934 mm (2.97 m²), unframed.
    • History: dated 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.
    • Location: Tate.
  • CROSSING THE STREAM.crossing-the-stream-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 740 x 1262 mm (0.93 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: dated 1886; bequeathed by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936, to Manchester Art Gallery (artuk.org).
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • CUPID AND PSYCHE.cupid-and-psyche-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 910 x 1470 mm (1.34 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: dated 1890; exhibited New Gallery 1891; bought by Charles Edward Lees and gifted to Oldham Gallery in 1892.
    • Location: Oldham Art Gallery.
  • DAME MILLICENT GARRETT FAWCETT.dame-millicent-garrett-fawcett-canvas-t
  • ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON PORTRAITS.
  • EVELYN, DAUGHTER OF VERNON BELLHOUSE.evelyn-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.
  • FAITH (JOAN OF ARC).faith-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 790 x 890 mm (0.70 m²).
    • History: 1904 or earlier; exhibited New Gallery, 1904; Whitchapel Art Gallery, 1907; auctioned Sotheby’s, 23 Jun 1981; Christie’s, Rome, 4 Dec 1984; Sotheby’s, 14 Dec 2006, est. £15,000-£20,000, unsold; Sotheby’s, 3 Oct 2007, est. £15,000-£20,000, unsold.
    • Location: unknown.
  • FLORENCE H. MUSGRAVE.florence-h-musgrave-canvas-t
  • GEORGE LEWIS.george-lewis-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 790 x 1030 (0.81 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: dated 1917; auctioned by Sotheby’s, 7 Jun 1995; 12 Jun 2001; 23 May 2002; Christie’s, 14 Nov 2002.
    • Location: unknown.
  • GIRL WITH A LAMB.girl-with-a-lamb-T.jpg
  • CHILD WITH RED HAIR.child-with-red-hair-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas laid on board.
    • Dimentions: 330 x 400 mm ( m²).
    • History: auctioned 28 Sep 1994 as “Un Putto“; 14 Sep 2018, David Duggalby, sold for £1,700, “Annie Louisa Robinson Swynnerton NEAC … Half length Portrait of a Child with Red Hair … unsigned … Provenance: by family decent from the collection of Francis Bate (1853-1950) a founder member treasurer and secretary of the New English Art Club.
    • Location: unknown.
  • HEAD OF A WOMAN.head-of-a-woman-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas on board.
    • Dimentions: 254 x 279 mm (0.07 m²).
    • History: auctioned Christie’s, 9 Feb 1934 (posthumous studio sale); actioned by Abbott and Holder (within past few years).
    • Location: unknown.
  • HEAD OF A YOUNG MAN.head-of-a-young-man-processed-rectified-t
    • Medium: pencil on paper.
    • Dimentions: ?
    • History: 1870s, according to notice by picture while on display during the 2018-2019 “Painting Light and Hope” retrospective of Annie’s works, Manchester Art Gallery.
    • Location: private collection.
  • HENRY JAMES.henry-james-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimentions: 511 x 574 mm (0.29 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: often dated 1910, but Annie still working on it in 1911; Exhibited 1932, Manchester; included in the artist’s studio sale, 9 Feb 1934; 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, sold for £9,059 inc. fees. (£11,000 now at 2018 £ value). www.artvalue.com.
    • Location: unknown.
  • ILLUSIONS.illusions-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.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • INTERIOR OF SAN MINIATO.Swynnerton, 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 1881; bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Mrs Louisa Mary Garrett, 1936.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • ITALIAN LANDSCAPE.italian-landscape-t
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1191 x 843 mm (1.00 m²).
    • History: painted c. first decade of 1900s (notice by painting in Manchester Art Gallery); bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Dr Jane Walker, CH, LLD, 1939.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • JEBSA or ROMA LADY.jebsa-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 £8,250, provenance “Midlands estate” and exhibited on loan at the Manchester Art Gallery retrospective of Annie’s works, ‘Painting Light and Hope,’ 23 February 2018 to 6 January 2019.
    • Location: Richard Taylor Fine Art.
  • FLOWERS IN A MEADOW and PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY MARTER.
    • FLOWERS IN A MEADOW.flowers-in-a-meadow-t
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 533 x 635 mm (0.53 m²).
      • History: c. 1920, as the study appears related to the background in the portrait of Lady Mercy Marter; displayed Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, ‘Famous British Women Artists,’ “Lent by Sir Gerald and Lady Kelly,” 1953, est. £200-£400; auctioned John Nicholson’s, Haslemere, Surrey, 9 Mar 2016; John Nicholson’s (again), 23 Nov 2016, est. £80-£120, sold for £700.
      • Location: unknown.
    • PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY MARTER.lady-mercy-marter-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas.
      • Dimensions: 1.58 x 2.36 m (3.7 m²).
      • History: dated 1920; exhibited 1923, Manchester Art Gallery; 1934, Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery; auctioned Christie’s 9 Nov 1968;  auctioned Christie’s, estate of Peter Langan (restaurateur and patron of the arts), 18 Dec 2012, est. £5,000-£7,000, sold £10,625, “Lady Mercy Marter (née Greville) (1904-1968) was the daughter of society beauty and socialist Frances Evelyn Greville, 5th Countess of Warwick. She was former wife of Basil Dean and Patrick Gamble and wife of Richard Marter.
      • Location: unknown.
  • LANDSCAPE WITH TREES.landscape-with-trees-T
  • LILIE, DAUGHTER OF W. MCGRATH ESQ.lilie-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: 620 x 750 mm (0.47 m²), assumed unframed.
    • History: Dated 1901; auctioned 23 May 1994, Sotheby’s, Billinghurst (www.invaluable.co.uk); 8 Jul 2011, Lawrences, Crewkerne, est. £2000-£3000; “Some craquelure; needs a clean.”
    • Location: unknown.
  • LITTLE VISITORS (attributed).little-visitors-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: ?
    • History: known from a coloured ‘chromolithograph’ print in The Graphic Christmas Edition, 1883, as by “Miss. Annie L. Robinson.”
    • Location: unknown.
  • MARGARET AND CHRYSTIAN GUTHRIE.margaret-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; Jul 1923 Manchester Art Gallery; auctioned Mellors & Kirk, 27 Nov 2013, “provenance: D. C. Guthrie, the sitters’ father, thence by descent to the vendor,” est. £20,000-£30,000, sale price undisclosed; now in private collection (‘The Wrathall Family’ according to notice by picture in ‘Painting Light and Hope‘ exhibition); exhibited at the Manchester Art Gallery retrospective of Annie’s works, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: private collection.
  • master-and-man-TMASTER AND MAN (MAN’S BEST FRIEND).
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 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, unsold; 10 Oct 2006, Bonhams, unframed, est. £400-£600, sold for £720 inc. premium.
    • Location: unknown.
  • MATERNITÉ (attributed).maternite-T
    • Medium: oil on panel.
    • Dimensions: 270 x 270 mm (0.073 m²)
    • History: exhibited 1946 Musée National d’Art Moderne, 1971 Louvre, 1981 Musée d’Orsay; auctioned 4 Apr 2010, Drouot, Paris, est. €600-€1,000; 3 Apr 2012, Thierry de Maigret, est. €600-€1,000, sold €450.
    • Location: unknown.
  • MATER TRIUMPHALIS.Triumphant Mother by Annie Swynnerton, 1892
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 680 x 1670 mm (1.1 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1892; exhibited 1992, New Gallery; 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; 1915-1922, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris; 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 (institution housing works intermediate between ‘old’ and ‘modern’ art).
    • Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
  • MONTAGNA MIA.montagna-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 retrospective of Annie’s works, 23 February 2018 to 6 January 2019.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • MRS A. SCOTT-ELLIOT AND CHILDREN.mrs-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.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • NEW-RISEN HOPE (Tate and Melbourne versions).
    • 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 retrospective of Annie’s works, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
      • Location: Tate.
    • NEW-RISEN HOPE (Melbourne).hope-melbourne-T
  • NUDE IN LANDSCAPE (attributed).nude-in-landscape-canvas-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 615 x 225 mm (0.14 m²).
    • History: believed to have been bought at a Christie’s auction, possibly early 1980s, the lot having been placed by a descendant of Annie’s extended family, by George Hulme, playright, art collector and dealer; on Mr. Hulme’s death (1990s?), purchased by a a London antiques dealer, who sold it by auction in 2018 for £438 (including fees); the title, ‘Nude in landscape,’ is written in modern marker pen on the back of frame, canvas has been professionally relined; ‘word of mouth’ provenance only, so has to be ‘attributed,’ but case strong – see image page. (Information from personal communications.)
    • Location: private collection.
  • OCEANID.oceanid-T
  • OIL SKETCH OF A PONY.pony-T
  • OLEANDER.oleander-T
    • Medium: oil on panel.
    • Dimensions: 200 x 275 mm (0.06 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1883; auctioned Sotheby’s, London, 2 Dec 2002, est. £6,000-£8,000, sold £7,170 (£9,220 with fees).
    • Location: unknown.
  • OREADS.oreads-T
  • RAIN CLOUDS, MONTE GENNARO.rain-clouds-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 630 x 306 mm (0.19 m²).
    • History: signed and dates 1904;

      Louisa Mary Garrett bequest to Manchester Art Gallery, 1924.

    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.

  • ST. MARTIN’S SUMMER.no-image-available-T
  • SUMMER IDYLL.summer-idyll-T
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 2184 x 2337 (5.10 m²).
    • History: signed and dayed 1912; auctioned Christie’s 17 Nov 1988.
    • Location: unknown.
  • SUSAN ISABEL DACRE.susan-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 gifted to Manchester Art Gallery in 1932.
    • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.
  • THE BARREN FIG.the-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“; Cheffin’s, Cambridge, 24 Mar 2010, sold for £1,098 (£1,349 at 2018 £ value); exhibited Manchester Art Gallery retrospective of Annie’s works, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019, “Lent by the Executors of Christine Brownlie Allen (1954-2014).”
    • Location: private collection.
  • THE BLUEBELL WOOD.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, est. £400-£600.
    • Location: unknown.
  • THE CONVALESCENT.the-convalescent-T
    • Medium: c. 1887.
    • Dimensions: 635 x 571 mm (0.36 m²).
    • History: presented to the Tate Collection 1929 by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest; exhibited at the Manchester Art Gallery retrospective of Annie’s works, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
    • Location: Tate.
  • THE DEBUTANTE.the-debutante-T.jpg
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 720 x 1220 mm (0.88 m²).
    • History: signed and dated 1891; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery retrospective of Annie’s works, 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 DREAMER.the-dreamer-T
  • THE DREAM OF ITALY and HEAD OF A BACHANNTE.
  • THE FENWICK PORTRAITS.
    • ON THE TERRACE (VIOLET EDITH FENWICK).on-the-terrace-processed-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: 1908? (in period 1901-1909); exhibited Royal Academy 1909; Whitchapel Art Gallery 1910; presented by Mrs. Lionel Phillips to form part of the founding collection of Johannesburg Art Gallery, 1910 (unknown whether actually shipped, but if so may have returned to the UK when some works sold in 1950s and 60s); now in private collection.
      • Location: private collection.
    • CHARLES FENWICK.charles-fenwick-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: c. 1906 (from estimated age of child in painting). Known only from images on commercial artwork reproduction web sites.
      • Location: unknown.
    • DAVID AND JONATHAN FENWICK.david-and-jonathan-fenwick-T
      • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
      • Dimensions: ?
      • History: “in the garden at Temple Dinsley“; c. 1914 (from estimated ages of children in painting). Known only from images on commercial artwork reproduction web sites.
      • Location: unknown.
  • THE HOPTON PORTRAITS.
    • Edward Michael Hopton. 1890. Untraced.
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  • THE LADY IN WHITE Lady wearing a white dress and holding a bouquet of roses). 1878. Untraced.
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  • THE LETTER. Before 1889. Royal Academy.
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  • THE OLIVE GATHERERS. 1889. Manchester Art Gallery.
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  • THE REVERAND WILLIAM GASKILL. 1879. Manchester Art Gallery.
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  • THE SENSE OF SIGHT. 1895. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
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  • THE SOUL’S JOURNEY or THE SOUL’S AWAKENING.
    • Medium: oil on canvas.
    • Dimensions: 1613 x 1003 mm (1.62 m²).
    • History: 1952, given to Glasgow Museums by Francis Howard.
    • Location: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre.
  • THE SOUTHING OF THE SUN. 1911. Manchester Art Gallery.
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  • THE TOWN OF SIENA. c.1880s. Manchester Art Gallery.
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  • THE TRYST. 1880. Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
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  • THE UNRELENTING PAST. Before 1901. National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa.
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  • THE VAGRANT. 1900s. Manchester Art Gallery.
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  • THE YOUNG GARDENERS (GEOFFREY AND CHRISTOPHER HERRINGHAM).
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    • Location: Royal Holloway.
  • THROUGH THE ORCHARD. 1883. Dublin City Gallery.
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  • UNWINDING THE SKEIN. Untraced.
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  • WHERE SHATTERED MOUNTAINS LIE. 1930. Untraced.
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  • WOMAN AMONGST FOLIAGE (attributed). Untraced.
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  • YOUNG GIRL WEARING PINK. 1930. Untraced.
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  • YOUNG GIRL IN A WHITE DRESS AND WEARING A HAT WITH A PINK RIBBON.
    • Medium: oil on canvas (assumed).
    • Dimensions: 750 x 380 mm ( m²).
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    • Location: private collection.