Note that most galleries only have a small portion of their stock on show at any one time. Galleries can be contacted for permission to view works in storage, but be aware that this may not be allowed because of risk of damage to the works or to yourself in areas not normally accessed by the public. An alternative is to wait until the work is on display through normal rotation, or request that a particular work be put on display.

Only works held in public collections are listed below.


Manchester Art Gallery (16)

Bradford Museum and Galleries (1).

  • Oceanid. Gift of Mrs C. J. Herringham, 1908.

Gallery Oldham, Oldham, Greater Manchester (1).

Salford Museum and Art Gallery (1).

  • The Tryst. Gift of H. Boddington, Jnr, 1880.


Ashmolean Museum (1).

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (1).

  • Assisi. Gift of Friends of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 1934, possibly acquired from the posthumous studio sale of the same year, lot 151 ‘Assisi’ or lot 157 ‘Near Assisi.’

Brighton & Hove Museums and Art Galleries (1).

Nottingham City Museum and Galleries (1).

Royal Academy (1).

  • The Letter. Purchased from A. E. Anderson by the Royal Academy with the Edward Stott Fund.

Royal Holloway, University of London (1).

Tate (7).

The Wilson, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (1).

 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (1).


Aberdeen Art Gallery (1).

Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (2).


Dublin City Gallery (1).

Musée d’Orsay, Paris (1).

  • Mater Triumphalis. In Parisian collections from the 1910s onwards, including the Musée du Luxembourg and the Louvre.

National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa (2).

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (2).