Click on pictures outlined in blue to obtain larger images, which take longer to download; not all images have links to larger versions. Many images in this web document come from the painted reproductions of the Victorian and early-modern works by Tuscany Fine Arts (UK) and not from the original canvases. I would like to thank Damian Qualter of Tuscany Fine Arts for generously sharing his firm's work with readers of the Victorian Web, and I invite them to look at Tuscany's beautifully designed site. I rarely include links to for-profit sites in the Victorian Web, but Qualter's firm, like those that sell reproductions of Morris & Co. fabrics, deserve inclusion. [GPL]

Classic Subjects: Subjects from Classic Myth or Set in Classical Times

(Left) Ariadne. 1898. (Middle) Destiny. (Right) Echo and Narcissus.

Hylas and the Nymphs

(Left) Nymphs Finding the Head of Orpheus. 1900. (Middle left) Psyche (Middle right) Hylas and the Nymphs. 1896. (Right) Diogenes. 1882.

Homeric Subjects

(Left) Ulysses and the Sirens. 1891. (Middle) Circes Offering the Cup to Ulysses. 1892. (Right) Penelope and the Suitors 1912.

Subjects Set in Roman Times

(Left) . 1900. (Left middle) Mariamne Leaving the Judgement Seat of Herod. 1887. (Middle right) After the Dance. 1876. (Right) St. Eulalia. 1885.

Medieval Subjects

(Left) A Mermaid. 1901. (Middle left) St. Ceilia. 1895. (Middle right) Fair Rosamund. (Right) The Shrine. 1895.

(Left) A "I am Half Sick of Shadows," said the Lady of Shalott 1911. (Middle) Lady of Shalott 1888. (Right) Ophelia. 1894.

Allegorical Subjects

(Left) Destiny. 1900. (Middle) Sleep and His Half-Brother. 1874. (Right) Windflowers. 1903.

Last modified 1 August 2001