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Below you will find mention of images of Solomon's paintings, drawings, and illustrations. They are arranged by date and include the medium and present location, if known.

Please note that the images reproduced below were taken from sources that are now in the public domain.


Faust and Marguerite(ca. 1856), pen and ink and pencil on paper, Tate Britain.

Eight Scenes from the Story of David and Jonathon(1856), pencil and goldleaf on paper, Tate Britain.

Dante's First Meeting with Beatrice (1859-1863), pen and ink on paper, Tate Britain.

Revenge (1859), pen and brown ink on paper, Private Collection, Canada, image courtesy of collector.

Self-Portrait (1859), pencil on paper, Tate Britain.

In the Temple of Vesta (1862), watercolor, Private Collection, Canada, image courtesy of collector.

L., G. "Jews in England." Once a Week, v. 7 (1862), 192-193. Includes two wood engravings, images below courtesy of University of Wales, Aberystwyth:
        The Marriage Ceremony
        Lighting the Lamps

(1862), pencil on paper, Tate Britain.

The Veiled Bride, wood engraving in Good Words, v. 3 (1862), 592, image courtesy of University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

A Deacon (1863), oil, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

In the Temple of Venus (1863), oil, Private Collection.

Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego Preserved from the Burning Fiery Furnace (1863), watercolor, Private Collection.

Portrait of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1864), medium unknown, National Portrait Gallery, London.

Priestess Offering Poppies (1864), watercolor, Private Collection.

Sappho and Erinna in the Garden at Mytilene (1864), watercolor, Tate Britain.

St. Michael of Good Children (1864), watercolor, Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery.

Noon (ca. 1865), watercolor, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, image courtesy of University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

Erinna Taken from Sappho (1865), pen and black ink on paper, Private Collection, Canada, image courtesy of collector.

Mors et Amor (Death and Love) (1865), pen and black ink, red crayon, on paper, Private Collection, Canada, image courtesy of collector.

Portrait of Algernon Charles Swinburne (1865) medium unknown, National Portrait Gallery, London.

Three Priests(1865), oil, Private Collection, New Zealand, image courtesy of collector.

Damon and Aglae (1866), oil, Private Collection.

"Illustrations of Jewish Customs." Leisure Hour, v. 15 (1866), 73, 168, 217, 329, 377, 476, 540, 604, 653, 823. Includes ten wood engravings by Butterworth and Heath, originally published as a collection of photographs (1862)
        The Circumcision
        The Day of Atonement
        The Eve of the Jewish Sabbath
        The Fast of Jerusalem
        The Feast of Dedication
        The Feast of Tabernacles
        The Passover
        The Reading of the Laws
        The Wedding
        "The Week of Mourning"

Love in Autumn (1866), oil, Private Collection.

Love in Autumn (c.1866), watercolor sketch of 1866 oil painting, Private Collection.

Bacchus (1867), oil on wood panel, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Bacchus (1867), watercolor on paper, Private Collection.

Carrying the Scrolls of the Law (1867), Watercolor and bodycolor with varnish on paper, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester.

The Little Improvisatrice(1867), pencil & pen drawing, Private Collection.

(1867), oil, Private Collection, later stolen, location now unknown.

(1868), pencil, Beinecke Library, image courtesy of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

Portrait of an Italian Youth (1869), watercolor, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, image courtesy of University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

The Toilette of a Roman Lady (1869), oil, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington.

Labor, Content Ailleurs, Theoria: Bookplate for Oscar Browning (1870), wood engraving by Swain, image courtesy of Cooper Hay Rare Books.

Love Bound and Wounded (1870), watercolor, location unknown, image from Julia Ford's Simeon Solomon: An Appreciation (1908).

The Sleepers, and the One That Watcheth (1870), watercolor, Art Gallery & Museum, The Royal Pump Rooms, Warwick District Council.

A Youth Relating Tales to Ladies (1870), oil on canvas, Tate Britain.

Love Dreaming by the Sea (1871), watercolor, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, image courtesy of University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

Walter Pater (1872), pencil drawing, Private Collection.

King Solomon (1872/1874), egg tempera and varnish, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Amor (1877), black chalk, Private Collection, Canada, image courtesy of collector.

Abraham and Isaac (1881), engraving by the Dalziel Brothers, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Hagar and Ishmael (1881), engraving by the Dalziel Brothers, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Hosannah (1881), engraving by the Dalziel Brothers, Tate Britain.

The Infant Moses (1881), engraving by the Dalziel Brothers, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Melchizedek Blesses Abram (1881)

>Naomi and the Child Obed (1881), engraving by the Dalziel Brothers, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Cupid (1886), pencil, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Head of a Woman (1886), pencil, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Erinna of Lesbos (1886).

An Angel [aka Love] (1887), red and blue chalks, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

The Sleeping Endymion (1887), red and blue chalks, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

The Virgin Knight (1887), red and blue chalks, Private Collection.

Young Nude Girl, Standing [aka Venus] (1887), crayon, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Idealized Male Head (1888), blue, red and yellow chalks, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Love Wounded (1888), medium unknown [photographic reproduction], location unknown,

Night and Sleep (1888), blue and red crayon, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Night and Her Child Sleep (1892), drawing,

(1892), chalk drawing in sepia, Georgetown University Library, Washington, DC.

Vision in the Crystal Globe (1893), medium unknown, location unknown, Simeon Solomon: An Appreciation (1908).

Helen of Troy (1894), pencil, Beinecke Library,

The Moon and Sleep [aka Diana and Endymion] (1894), oil on canvas, Tate Britain.

My Soul and I (1894), medium unknown, location unknown, Simeon Solomon: An Appreciation (1908).

Sleep (1894), medium unknown, location unknownSimeon Solomon: An Appreciation (1908).

Angel Child (1895), watercolor

The Child of Hermes and Aphrodite (1895), medium unknown [photographic reproduction], location unknown, image courtesy of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

The Angel of Death (L'Angelo della Morte) (1896), watercolor, Private Collection, Canada,

Christ and Peter [aka David and Saul] (ca. 1896), watercolor, National Gallery of Canada, Ontario, .

Death Awakening Sleep (1896), medium unknown, location unknown, image from Julia Ford's Simeon Solomon: An Appreciation (1908).

[Untitled] (1905), pencil.

The Death of Sir Galahad while Taking a Portion of the Holy Grail Administered by Joseph of Aremathea (date?), pencil, pen and ink, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Painting: Glastonbury Glastonbury (date?), watercolor, Private Collection, image courtesy of Scott Thomas Buckle.

Head of a Girl (date?), pencil, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Hymen with a Flaming Torch (date?), white chalk and pencil on brown paper, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

The Judgment of Solomon (date?), pen and ink on paper, Tate Britain.

Drawing: Love Lust Love and Lust (date?), medium unknown [photographic reproduction], location unknown, image courtesy of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

Simeon Solomon (date?), medium unknown [photographic reproduction], location unknown, trainingpaintlessdentremoval.com


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