Religious Subjects

Subject Pictures (non-religious) Fancy Pictures
  • The Afterglow. [discussionillustration]
  • Il Dolce Far Niente [discussion — illustration]
  • Amaryllis [discussion — illustration]
  • Bianca [discussion — illustration]
  • The Bride of Bethlehem [discussion — illustration]
  • Master Hilary — The Tracer [discussion — illustration]
  • The King of Hearts [discussion — illustration]
  • The School-girl's Hymn [discussion — illustration]
  • The Tuscan Straw Plaiter. [discussion — illustration]
  • Morning Prayer [discussion — illustration]
Landscapes
  • The Apple Harvest — Valley of the Rhone [discussion — illustration]
  • Athens [discussion — illustration]
  • The Festival of St. Swithin
  • Our English Coasts, 1852 (Strayed Sheep) [discussionillustration]
  • The Plain of Esdralon [discussion — illustration]
  • The Plain of Esdralon from the Heights above Nazareth [discussion — illustration]
Portraits
  • H. B. Martineau [discussion — illustration]
  • Henry Wentworth Monk [discussion — illustration]
  • Thomas Fairbairn [discussion — illustration]
  • Sir Richard Owen. KCB, DCL [discussion — illustration]
  • Harold Rathbone [discussion — illustration]
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti [discussion — illustration]
  • Mrs. George Waugh [discussion — illustration]
  • Emily Waugh Hunt [discussion — illustration]
  • Fanny Waugh Hunt [discussion and illustration]
  • William Holman Hunt [discussion and illustration]

Miscellaneous

  • London Bridge on the Night of the Marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales (1863). [discussion — illustration]
  • Love at First Sight (1846). [discussion — illustration]
  • The Nile Postman (1892). [discussion — illustration]
  • The Ship (1875). [discussion — illustration]

Related Materials and Web Resources outside the Victorian Web

  • Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, which has many works by or associated with Hunt, has made images of them and information about them available online in their Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource at www.preraphaelites.org.

Last modified 25 October 2009