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Tate Britain  Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q195436
Tate Britain
Native name Tate Britain
Parent institution Tate
Location London
Coordinates 51° 29′ 27″ N, 0° 07′ 38″ W Link to OpenStreetMap Link to Google Maps
Established 1897
Web page www.tate.org.uk
Authority control
institution QS:P195,Q195436

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Chris OfiliEdit

w:Chris Ofili (born 1968)

  • No Woman, No Cry [2] (Gigapixel, copyrighted, partly 3D)

Sir Lawrence Alma-TademaEdit

Lawrence Alma-Tadema  (1836–1912)    
 
Alternative names Lawrence Alma Tadema, Lourens Alma Tadema, Laurens Alma Tadema
Description Dutch-British painter, draughtsman, etcher and illustrator
Date of birth/death 8 January 1836 25 June 1912
Location of birth/death Dronryp Wiesbaden
Work period 1851-1912
Work location Antwerp (1852-1865), Leeuwarden (1855), Cologne (1861), Pompeii (1863-1864), Paris (1864), Brussels (1865-1870), London (1868, 1870-1912), Egypt (1902-1903)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q240526
  • A Foregone Conclusion [3]

James BarryEdit

James Barry  (1741–1806)      
 
Alternative names James I Barry; James Barry (I); R.A. James Barry; Barry; Mr. Barry; J. Barry
Description Irish painter
Date of birth/death 11 October 1741 22 February 1806
Location of birth/death Cork (Irland) London
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1042892
  • King Lear Weeping over the Dead Body of Cordelia [4]

William Bell ScottEdit

William Bell Scott  (1811–1890)      
 
Alternative names Will. Bell Scott
Description British poet and painter
Date of birth/death 12 September 1811 / 1811 22 November 1890 / 1890
Location of birth/death Edinburgh Penkill Castle
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2075556
  • The Eve of the Deluge [5]

John BettesEdit

John Bettes the Elder  (1530–1576)    
Alternative names John Bettes I, John Bettes
Description British portrait painter and engraver
Date of birth/death 1530 1570
Location of birth/death London London
Work period active c. 1531–1570
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q3181049
  • A Man in a Black Cap [6]

William BlakeEdit

William Blake  (1757–1827)        
 
Alternative names W. Blake; Uil'iam Bleik; Blake
Description British-English painter, poet, writer, theologian, collector and engraver
Date of birth/death 28 November 1757 12 August 1827
Location of birth/death London London
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q41513
  • Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils [7]
  • The Ghost of a Flea [8]

John BrettEdit

John Brett  (1831–1902)    
 
Alternative names Brett; Brett J.
Description British painter and astronomer
Date of birth/death 8 December 1831 7 January 1902
Location of birth/death near Reigate, England, UK London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q528274
  • Glacier of Rosenlaui [9]

Ford Madox BrownEdit

Ford Madox Brown  (1821–1893)      
 
Alternative names Madox Brown; Ford Maddox Brown
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 16 April 1821 6 October 1893
Location of birth/death Calais London
Work location London, Paris, Rom, Manchester
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q319843
  • `Take your Son, Sir' [10]

Sir Edward Coley Burne-JonesEdit

Edward Burne-Jones  (1833–1898)      
 
Alternative names Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 28 August 1833 17 June 1898
Location of birth/death Birmingham (West Midlands) London
Work location London, Venice, Florence
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q216406
  • The Golden Stairs [11]
  • Vespertina Quies [12]
  • King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid [13]

Augustus Wall CallcottEdit

Augustus Wall Callcott  (1779–1844)    
 
Alternative names Sir Augustus Wall Callcott
Description English painter
Date of birth/death 20 February 1779 2 November 1844
Location of birth/death Kensington Kensington
Work location Paris (1815); Rotterdam (1818); Scotland (1819); Netherlands (1823); Dordrecht (1823); Rotterdam (1823); Germany (1826–1827); Italy (1826–1827)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q280411
  • Sheerness and the Isle of Sheppey (after J.M.W. Turner) [14]

John Maler CollierEdit

John Collier  (1850–1934)    
 
Alternative names John Maler Collier
Description British painter and writer
Date of birth/death 27 January 1850 11 April 1934
Location of birth/death London London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q453972
  • The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson [15]

Frank Cadogan CowperEdit

w:Frank Cadogan Cowper (16 October 1877 – 17 November 1958) - all works are copyrighted

  • Lucretia Borgia Reigns in the Vatican in the Absence of Pope Alexander VI [16]

Richard DaddEdit

Richard Dadd  (1817–1886)      
 
Alternative names Dadd
Description British painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 1819 1887
Location of birth/death Chatham (England) Broadmoor Hospital
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q449519
  • The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke [17]
  • The Flight out of Egypt [18]
  • Wandering Musicians [19]

Francis DanbyEdit

Francis Danby  (1793–1861)    
 
Description Irish painter
Date of birth/death 16 November 1793 1 February 1861
Location of birth/death Common bei Wexford bei Wexford (Barony of Forth, Irland) Exmouth (Devonshire)
Work location Bristol, London, Coligny am Genfer See, Exmouth
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q709816

Sir Nathaniel Dance-HollandEdit

Nathaniel Dance-Holland  (1735–1811)    
 
Alternative names Nathaniel Dance
Description British portrait painter
Date of birth/death 8 May 1735 15 October 1811
Location of birth/death Kingdom of Great Britain Didcot
Work location England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q3336784
  • The Meeting of Dido and Aeneas [21]

Philip James de LoutherbourgEdit

Philip James de Loutherbourg  (1740–1812)      
 
Alternative names Philip James de Loutherbourg, Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg
Description English painter
Date of birth/death 31 October 1740 11 March 1812
Location of birth/death Strasbourg Chiswick (London)
Work location England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1970087
  • An Avalanche in the Alps [22]
  • The Battle of Camperdown [23]
  • The Battle of the Nile [24]

David des GrangesEdit

David des Granges  (1611–1675)    
Alternative names David Des Grages; David Granger; David Des Granges; David De Grange; David Desgranges
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 1611 1675
Location of birth/death London London
Work location London; The Hague; Scotland (1650–1651)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q17308953
  • The Saltonstall Family [25]

Sir Frank DickseeEdit

Frank Dicksee  (1853–1928)    
 
Description British painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 27 November 1853 17 October 1928
Location of birth/death London London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q684057

William DobsonEdit

William Dobson  (1610–1646)    
 
Alternative names William Dobson the Dwarf; E. Dobson; Dobson; Dopsoon; A. Dobson; Dobson the Dwarf; Mr. Dobson
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 24 February 1610 28 October 1646
Location of birth/death London London
Work location London, Oxford
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q58303
  • Endymion Porter [27]

Herbert DraperEdit

Herbert James Draper  (1863–1920)    
 
Alternative names Luchii
Description British painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 1863 22 September 1920
Location of birth/death London London
Work period 1880-1920
Work location London, England, France, Italy
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q918605
  • The Lament for Icarus [28]

William DyceEdit

William Dyce  (1806–1864)    
 
Alternative names Dyce; W. Dyce
Description British painter and university teacher
Date of birth/death 19 September 1806 14 February 1864
Location of birth/death Aberdeen Stratham (Surrey)
Work location Edinburgh, London, Rom
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2095630
  • Pegwell Bay, Kent - a Recollection of October 5th 1858 [29]

Hans EworthEdit

Hans Eworth  (circa 1520
date QS:P,+1520–00–00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
–1574?)    
 
Alternative names Hans Ewouts, Hans Eewouts, Haunce Eewouts, Jan Eewouts, Hans Eottes, Haunce Eottes, Jan Eottes, Hans Euerts, Haunce Euerts, Jan Euerts, Hans Evance, Haunce Evance, Jan Evance, Haunce Eworth, Jan Eworth, Hans Ewottes, Haunce Ewottes, Jan Ewottes, Haunce Ewouts, Jan Ewouts, Hans Ewoutsz., Haunce Ewoutsz., Jan Ewoutsz., Hans Huett, Haunce Huett, Jan Huett
Description English painter
Date of birth/death circa 1520
date QS:P,+1520-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
1574 (?)
Location of birth Antwerp
Work period from 1540 until 1574
date QS:P,+1550-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P580,+1540-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1574-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Work location England (1543-1563), London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2468731
  • Portrait of Elizabeth Roydon, Lady Golding [30]

Frederic LeightonEdit

Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton  (1830–1896)        
 
Description British painter, sculptor and politician
Date of birth/death 3 December 1830 25 January 1896
Location of birth/death Scarborough London
Work period circa 1855-1896
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q160252
  • And the Sea Gave Up the Dead Which Were in It [31]

Henry FuseliEdit

Henry Fuseli  (1741–1825)      
 
Alternative names
Deutsch: Johann Heinrich Füssli
Description Swiss-British painter, poet, drawer and illustrator
Date of birth/death 7 February 1741 16 April 1825
Location of birth/death Zürich Putney Hill, London
Work location Switzerland, England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q122382
  • Percival Delivering Belisane from the Enchantment of Urma [32]
  • Titania and Bottom [33]

Marcus Gheeraerts (II)Edit

Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger      
 
Alternative names Marcus Garrard, Marcus Garret (II), Marcus Geeraerts the Younger, Marcus Geeraerts (II), Marcus Gerard (II), Marcus Geerarts
Description Flemish-English painter
Date of birth/death 1561 or 1562
date QS:P,+1561-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P1319,+1561-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1562-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
(?)
19 January 1636 / 19 January 1635
Location of birth/death Bruges London
Work location England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q13583490
  • Portrait of Captain Thomas Lee [34]
  • Portrait of Mary Rogers, Lady Harington [35]
  • Portrait of a Man in Classical Dress, possibly Philip Herbert, 4th Earl of Pembroke [36]
  • Portrait of an Unknown Lady [37] (attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts II)

Thomas Cooper GotchEdit

Thomas Cooper Gotch  (1854–1931)    
 
Alternative names Thomas C. Gotch; Thomas Gotch
Description British painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 10 December 1854 1 May 1931
Location of birth/death Kettering Newlyn
Work location Newlyn, Melbourne, London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q635980

George GowerEdit

George Gower  (1540–1596)    
 
Alternative names Gower
Description English painter
Date of birth/death circa 1540
date QS:P,+1540-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
1596
Location of birth/death England London
Work period 1570s-1590s
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2126008

William HogarthEdit

creator QS:P170,Q171344
  • Satan, Sin and Death (A Scene from Milton's `Paradise Lost') [41]

Arthur HughesEdit

Arthur Hughes  (1832–1915)    
 
Alternative names Hughes; Arthur II Hughes; A. Hughes; A. Hugues; Arthur Hughes II
Description British painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 27 January 1832 22 December 1915
Location of birth/death London Kew
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q434575
  • April Love [42]
  • The Eve of St Agnes [43]

William Holman HuntEdit

William Holman Hunt  (1827–1910)      
 
Alternative names Holman Hunt; W. Holman Hunt; William Hobmant Hunt; Hunt
Description British painter, artist and autobiographer
Date of birth/death 2 April 1827 7 September 1910
Location of birth/death London Kensington
Work location London, Palästina, Florence
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q211763
  • The Triumph of the Innocents [44]
  • Claudio and Isabella [45]
  • Our English Coasts, 1852 (`Strayed Sheep') [46]
  • The Awakening Conscience [47]

Sir William Goscombe JohnEdit

w:Goscombe John (1860 – 1952) (All works are copyrighted)

  • A Boy at Play [48] (sculpture)

Cornelius JohnsonEdit

Cornelis Janssens van Ceulen  (1593–1661)    
 
Alternative names Cornelis Jonson van Ceulen, Cornelis Janson van Ceulen, Cornelius Johnson,
Cornelis Johnson van Ceulen, Cornelis Jansz. van Ceulen, Cornelius Jonson van Ceulen,
Cornelius Jonson
Description English-Dutch painter and miniaturist
Date of birth/death (baptised) (buried)
Location of birth/death London Utrecht
Work location England (1618-1643), Middelburg (1643), Amsterdam (circa 1646
date QS:P,+1646-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
-circa 1652
date QS:P,+1652-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
), Utrecht (circa 1652-1661)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q636113
  • Portrait of Susanna Temple, Later Lady Lister [49]
  • Vesuvius in Eruption, with a View over the Islands in the Bay of Naples [50]

Henry Herbert La ThangueEdit

Henry Herbert La Thangue  (1859–1929)    
 
Alternative names Henry Herbert LaThangue; Henry La Thangue; Henry Herbert la Thangue; Henry Herbert Lathangue; La Thangue
Description English painter
Realist painter and associated with the Newlyn School
Date of birth/death 19 September 1859 21 December 1929
Location of birth/death London London
Work location Bretagne, London, Category:Norfolk (disambiguation)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1606851
  • The Return of the Reapers [51]

Sir Edwin Henry LandseerEdit

Creator:Edwin Henry Landseer

  • Deer and Deer Hounds in a Mountain Torrent [52]

Alphonse LegrosEdit

Alphonse Legros  (1837–1911)    
 
Alternative names Legros; alphons legros; alfons legros; A. Legros
Description French-British sculptor, painter, medallist, etcher, engraver and university teacher
Date of birth/death 8 May 1837 8 December 1911
Location of birth/death Dijon Watford
Work location Paris; The Hague (1863); Amsterdam (1863)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q957538
  • Cupid and Psyche [53]

Frederic LeightonEdit

Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton  (1830–1896)        
 
Description British painter, sculptor and politician
Date of birth/death 3 December 1830 25 January 1896
Location of birth/death Scarborough London
Work period circa 1855-1896
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q160252
  • An Athlete Wrestling with a Python [54]

William LogsdailEdit

William Logsdail  (1859–1944)    
Description British landscape painter, portrait painter and genre painter
Date of birth/death 25 May 1859 3 December 1944
Location of birth/death Lincoln Noke, Oxfordshire
Work location England, Venice, Balkans, Egypt, Middle East
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q8014675
  • St Martin-in-the-Fields [55]

Frederic LeightonEdit

Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton  (1830–1896)        
 
Description British painter, sculptor and politician
Date of birth/death 3 December 1830 25 January 1896
Location of birth/death Scarborough London
Work period circa 1855-1896
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q160252
  • Lieder ohne Worte [56]
  • The Bath of Psyche [57]

John MartinEdit

John Martin  (1789–1854)    
 
Alternative names John Martin I; John, I Martin; J. Martin; Martin; Jonathan Martin; John I. Martin; John Martin (painter)
Description English painter, engraver, illustrator, artist, graphic artist and etcher
Date of birth/death 19 July 1789 17 February 1854
Location of birth/death Haydon Bridge Douglas
Work location England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q937096
  • The Great Day of His Wrath [58]
  • The Last Judgement [59]
  • The Plains of Heaven [60]

George MasonEdit

George Mason  (1725–1792)        
 
Alternative names George Mason IV
Description American-ENGLISH/US landholder and statesman
Date of birth/death 11 December 1725 7 October 1792
Location of birth/death Fairfax Fairfax
Work location Virginia
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q532329
  • The Harvest Moon [61]

Sir John Everett MillaisEdit

John Everett Millais  (1829–1896)      
 
Description British painter and illustrator
English: One of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Date of birth/death 8 June 1829 13 August 1896
Location of birth/death Southampton (Hampshire) London
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q159606
  • Christ in the House of His Parents (`The Carpenter's Shop') [62]
  • Dew-Drenched Furze [63]
  • Hearts are Trumps [64]
  • Mariana [65]
  • Mrs James Wyatt Jr and her Daughter Sarah [66]
  • Ophelia [67]
  • The North-West Passage [68]
  • The Order of Release 1746 [69]
  • The Yeoman of the Guard [70]
  • The Vale of Rest [71]

Albert MooreEdit

Albert Joseph Moore  (1841–1893)    
 
Alternative names Albert Joseph Moore
Description painter
Date of birth/death 4 September 1841 25 September 1893
Location of birth/death York Westminster, London
Work location London, UK
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1399837

Jacob MoreEdit

Jacob More  (1740–1793)    
 
Description British painter and architect
Date of birth/death 1740 1 October 1793
Location of birth/death
English: Edinburgh
Rome
Work location
English: Edinburg, London, Rome
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q4302276

John Hamilton MortimerEdit

John Hamilton Mortimer  (1740–1779)    
 
Alternative names John Hamilton Mortimore; John Mortimer; John Hamilton Mortimor; Mortimore; Mortimer; John Mort. Hamilton; Mortimor
Description painter and printmaker
figures and Landscape
Date of birth/death 17 September 1740 4 February 1779
Location of birth/death Eastbourne, U.K. London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q4208518
  • Sir Arthegal, the Knight of Justice, with Talus, the Iron Man (from Spenser's `Faerie Queene') [77]

Daniel Mytens the ElderEdit

Creator:Daniel Mytens the Elder

  • Portrait of James Hamilton, Earl of Arran, Later 3rd Marquis and 1st Duke of Hamilton, Aged 17 [78]

Sir William OrpenEdit

William Orpen  (1878–1931)    
 
Alternative names Orpen, Sir William Newenham Montague, Gulielmus Orpen
Description Irish painter
Date of birth/death 27 November 1878 29 September 1931
Location of birth/death Stillorgan, County Dublin London
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q922483

Robert PeakeEdit

Creator:Robert Peake

  • Lady Elizabeth Pope [80]

Sir Joshua ReynoldsEdit

Joshua Reynolds  (1723–1792)        
 
Alternative names Sir Joshua Reynolds
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 16 July 1723 23 February 1792
Location of birth/death Plympton London
Work location London, Plympton, Italy
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q194402
  • Colonel Acland and Lord Sydney: The Archers [81]
  • Lady Bampfylde [82]
  • Self-Portrait as a Deaf Man [83]
  • Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen [84]

Sir William Blake RichmondEdit

William Blake Richmond  (1842–1921)      
 
Alternative names Sir William Blake Richmond; Sir William Blake Richmond KCB; Sir William Blake Richmond KCB, RA; Sir Richmond; William Blake Richmond (Sir); William Blake, Sir Richmond
Description British painter
Date of birth/death 29 November 1842 11 February 1921
Location of birth/death London London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q8005615
  • Portrait of Mrs Ernest Moon [85]

George RomneyEdit

George Romney  (1734–1802)    
 
Description British portrait painter
Date of birth/death 15 December 1734 (in Julian calendar) 15 November 1802
Location of birth/death Dalton-in-Furness (then in Lancashire) Kendal (then in Westmorland)
Work location London, Kendal
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q371280
  • Mr and Mrs William Lindow [86]

Dante Gabriel RossettiEdit

Dante Gabriel Rossetti  (1828–1882)        
 
Alternative names Birth name: Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti
Description British painter, poet and translator
Date of birth/death 12 May 1828 9 April 1882
Location of birth/death London Birchington-on-Sea
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q186748

Sir Peter Paul RubensEdit

Peter Paul Rubens  (1577–1640)        
 
Alternative names Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens
Description Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker
Date of birth/death 28 June 1577 30 May 1640
Location of birth/death Siegen Antwerp
Work location Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (-, -), Calais (), Paris (), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (-), Spain (-), London (-), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (), Affligem ()
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q5599
  • Multiple Sketch for the Banqueting House Ceiling [90]

John Singer SargentEdit

John Singer Sargent  (1856–1925)        
 
Alternative names Джон Сарджент; Сарджент, Джон; Сарджент Джон; Сарджент, Джон Сингер
Description British-American painter
Date of birth/death 12 January 1856 15 April 1925 / 14 April 1925
Location of birth/death Florence London
Work location Paris, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States of America, Italy
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q155626
  • Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose [91]
  • Mrs Carl Meyer and her Children [92]
  • Portrait of Mrs Robert Harrison [93]

Thomas SeddonEdit

Thomas Seddon  (1821–1856)    
Alternative names Томас Седдон; Thomas, III Seddon; Thomas B. Seddon; Thomas Seddon III
Description British painter
English landscape painter
Date of birth/death 28 August 1821 23 November 1856
Location of birth/death City of London Cairo
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q681041
  • Jerusalem and the Valley of Jehoshaphat from the Hill of Evil Counsel [94]

Henry SingletonEdit

Henry Singleton  (1766–1839)    
Alternative names H. Singleton; Singleton
Description English painter
Date of birth/death 19 October 1766 15 September 1839
Location of birth/death London London
Work location London; Paris (1813)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q15452884
  • Ariel on a Bat's Back [95]

Simeon SolomonEdit

Simeon Solomon  (1840–1905)    
 
Description English painter
Date of birth/death 9 October 1840 14 August 1905
Location of birth/death City of London London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q732617
  • A Youth Relating Tales to Ladies [96]

John Roddam Spencer StanhopeEdit

John Roddam Spencer Stanhope  (1829–1908)    
 
Alternative names John Roddam Spencer-Stanhope; Roddam Spencer Stanhope; Stanhope
Description English painter
Date of birth/death 20 January 1829 2 August 1908
Location of birth/death Yorkshire Florence
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1406200
  • The Wine Press [97]
  • Thoughts of the Past [98]

Frederic George StephensEdit

Frederic George Stephens  (1827–1907)      
 
Alternative names Frederic Stephens; Frederick George Stephens; F. G. Stephens
Description British painter, literary critic and art historian
Date of birth/death 10 October 1827 9 March 1907
Location of birth/death London London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2602435
  • Mother and Child [99]

William StrangEdit

William Strang  (1859–1921)      
 
Alternative names Strang
Description British painter and etcher
Date of birth/death 13 February 1859 12 April 1921
Location of birth/death Dumbarton Bournemouth
Work location London, Constantinople (today Istanbul)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2547129

George StubbsEdit

George Stubbs  (1724–1806)    
 
Description British painter and non-fiction writer
Date of birth/death 24 August 1724 10 July 1806
Location of birth/death Liverpool London
Work location London, Rom, Marokko
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q381728
  • Horse Devoured by a Lion [101]

Henry Scott TukeEdit

Henry Scott Tuke  (1858–1929)    
 
Alternative names Henry Tuke; Tuke
Description British painter and photographer
Date of birth/death 12 June 1858 13 March 1929
Location of birth/death York Falmouth
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q463962
  • All Hands to the Pumps [102]

Joseph Mallord William TurnerEdit

creator QS:P170,Q159758
  • Fishermen at Sea [103]
  • A Disaster at Sea [104]
  • Ancient Rome; Agrippina Landing with the Ashes of Germanicus [105]
  • Caligula's Palace and Bridge [106]
  • Cliveden on Thames [107]
  • Death on a pale horse [108]
  • England: Richmond Hill, on the Prince Regent's Birthday [109]
  • Fishing upon the Blythe-Sand, Tide Setting In [110]
  • Forum Romanum, for Mr Soane's Museum [111]
  • Italian Landscape with Bridge and Tower [112]
  • Landscape with Water [113]
  • London from Greenwich Park exhibited [114]
  • Morning amongst the Coniston Fells, Cumberland [115]
  • Shipping at the Mouth of the Thames [116]
  • The Bay of Baiae, with Apollo and the Sibyl [117]
  • The Dogano, San Giorgio, Citella, from the Steps of the Europa [118]
  • The Ponte Delle Torri, Spoleto [119]
  • The Shipwreck [120]
  • The Sun of Venice Going to Sea [121]
  • The Thames above Waterloo Bridge [122]
  • The Thames near Walton Bridges [123]
  • Tivoli, the Cascatelle [124]
  • Trees beside the River, with Bridge in the Middle Distance [125]
  • Union of the Thames and Isis ('Dorchester Mead, Oxfordshire) [126]
  • Venice with the Salute [127]
  • Venice, the Bridge of Sighs [128]
  • View of Richmond Hill and Bridge [129]
  • Walton Reach [130]

Sir Anthony Van DyckEdit

Anthony van Dyck  (1599–1641)      
 
Alternative names Anthony van Dyck, Anthonie van Dyck, Anton van Dijck, Antonis van Deik, Antoon van Dijk, Anthonis van Dyck, Antoine van Dyck
Description Flemish painter, draughtsman and printmaker
Date of birth/death 22 March 1599 9 December 1641
Location of birth/death Antwerp Blackfriars, London
Work location Antwerp (1609–1610, 1615–1620), London (1620-), Zaventem (1621), Genoa (-), Rome (-), Florence (1622), Bologna (1622), Venice (1622), Rome (1623), Mantua (1623), Genoa (1623), Palermo (1623–1624), Genoa (1624–1625), Antwerp (), London (1627-), Antwerp (), The Hague (1629), Antwerp (1629–1632), Haarlem (1632), Brussels (1632), London (-1634), Antwerp (1634–1635), Brussels (1634), London (1636–1640), Antwerp (-...), Paris (-), Blackfriars, London (-)
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q150679
  • Portrait of Mary Hill, Lady Killigrew [131]
  • Portrait of Sir William Killigrew [132]

Frederick WalkerEdit

Frederick Walker  (1840–1875)    
 
Alternative names Fred Walker
Description English painter and illustrator
Date of birth/death 26 May 1840 4 June 1875
Location of birth/death London St Fillans
Work location London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q5498976

Henry WallisEdit

Henry Wallis  (1830–1916)    
Alternative names H. Wallis; h. wallis
Description English painter and writer
Date of birth/death 21 February 1830 20 December 1916
Location of birth/death London Croydon
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q977276

James WardEdit

James Ward  (1769–1859)    
 
Description British-English painter, printmaker, artist, portraitist, engraver and animalier
Date of birth/death 23 October 1769 23 November 1859
Location of birth/death London London
Work location Roundcrott Cottage in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1681281
  • Gordale Scar (A View of Gordale, in the Manor of East Malham in Craven, Yorkshire, the Property of Lord Ribblesdale) [135]

John William WaterhouseEdit

John William Waterhouse  (1849–1917)    
 
Alternative names J. W. Waterhouse; John Waterhouse
Description British-Italian painter
Date of birth/death 6 April 1849 10 February 1917
Location of birth/death Rome London
Work period 1870–1917
Work location United Kingdom
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q212754
  • The Lady of Shalott [136]

George Frederic WattsEdit

George Frederic Watts  (1817–1904)      
 
Description British painter and sculptor
Date of birth/death 23 February 1817 1 June 1904
Location of birth/death London Limnerslease bei Compton (Surrey)
Work location London, Florence, Paris, Konstantinopel
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q183245
  • Eve Repentant [137]
  • Eve Tempted [138]
  • Jonah [139]
  • She Shall be Called Woman [140]
  • The All-Pervading [141]
  • The Minotaur [142]
  • Chaos [143] (assistants and George Frederic Watts)
  • Hope [144] (assistants and George Frederic Watts)

Benjamin WestEdit

Benjamin West  (1738–1820)      
 
Description American-British painter
Date of birth/death 10 October 1738 11 March 1820
Location of birth/death Springfield Township, Pennsylvania London
Work location London, Roma, Philadelphia
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q313498
  • Cleombrotus Ordered into Banishment by Leonidas II, King of Sparta [145]
  • Pylades and Orestes Brought as Victims before Iphigenia [146]
  • The Bard [147]
  • The Golden Age [148]

Richard WilsonEdit

Richard Wilson  (–1782)    
 
Description Welsh landscape painter
Date of birth/death 1 August 1714 15 May 1782
Location of birth/death Penegoes (Montgomeryshire, Wales) Colomendy bei Llanferres
(Denbigshire, Wales)
Work location London, Wales, Italy
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q471387
  • Distant View of Maecenas' Villa, Tivoli [149]
  • Llyn-y-Cau, Cader Idris [150]
  • Meleager and Atalanta [151]

William Lindsay WindusEdit

William Lindsay Windus  (1822–1907)    
 
Description British painter
British artist
Date of birth/death 1822 9 October 1907
Location of birth/death Liverpool London
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q1819050

Willem WissingEdit

Willem Wissing  (1656–1687)    
Alternative names William Wissing
Description Dutch-English court painter and draughtsman
Date of birth/death 1656 10 September 1687
Location of birth/death Amsterdam Burghley House
Work location The Hague (1669-1674), France, England (1676), Holland (1684-1685), England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q2126155

 

  • Portrait of Henrietta and Mary Hyde [153]

Johan ZoffanyEdit

Johann Zoffany  (1733–1810)      
 
Alternative names Johan Zoffany; Johannes Josephus Zauffely
Description German painter and printmaker
Date of birth/death 13 March 1733 11 November 1810
Location of birth/death Frankfurt Strand-on-the-Green
Work period Neoclassicism
Work location England
Authority control
creator QS:P170,Q702272

UnknownEdit

British School 16th centuryEdit

  • A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton [155]
  • Sir Henry Unton [156]

British School 17th centuryEdit

  • Portrait of Anne Wortley, Later Lady Morton [157]
  • Portrait of a Lady, Called Elizabeth, Lady Tanfield [158]
  • The Cholmondeley Ladies [159]
  • Portrait of William Style of Langley [160]