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List of paintings by John Everett Millais

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This work in progress is a list of all paintings by John Everett Millais.

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Youthworks

  • Emily Millais. Ca. 1843. Oil on canvas, 59.7 x 49.5 cm. Geoffrey Richard Everett Millais Collection.
  • Pizarro Seizing the Inca of Peru. 1846. Oil on canvas, 128,3 x 172,1 cm. Victoria & Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom.
  • Self Portrait. 1847. Oil on millboard, 27,3 x 22,2 cm.
  • The Artist Attending the Mourning of a Young Girl. Ca. 1847. Oil on board, 18,7 x 25,7 cm.
  • P.R.B.

  • Isabella. 1848-49. Oil on canvas, 102,9 x 142,9 cm. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
  • The Death of Romeo and Juliet
  • Cymon and Iphigeneia
  • Ralph Thomas
  • William Hugh Fenn
  • Ferdinand Lured by Ariel
  • 'Christ in the House of His Parents' or 'The Carpenter's Shop'
  • Portrait of a Gentleman and his Grandchild (James Wyatt and his Granddaughter, Mary Wyatt)
  • Portrait of Four Children of the Wyatt Family
  • The Woodman's Daughter
  • Mariana
  • The Eve of St. Agnes
  • Mrs James Wyatt and her Daughter Sarah
  • Wilkie Collins
  • Thomas Combe
  • Ophelia
  • A Huguenot, on St Bartholomew's Day, refusing to shield himself from danger by wearing the Roman Catholic badge
  • The Return of the Dove to the Ark
  • The Bridesmaid
  • Emily Patmore
  • The Order of Release, 1746
  • The Proscribed Royalist, 1651
  • John Ruskin
  • Waterfall at Glenfinlas
  • Effie Ruskin
  • Effie Ruskin
  • A.R.A.

  • L'Enfant du Régiment
  • The Blind Girl
  • Waiting
  • The Violet's Message
  • Annie Miller
  • Autumn Leaves
  • The Rescue
  • Wandering Thoughts
  • Spring
  • Peace Concluded, 1856
  • Only a Lock of Hair
  • The Escape of a Heretic, 1559
  • Portrait of Sophy Gray
  • Sir Isumbras (A Dream of the Past)
  • The Vale of Rest 'Where the weary find repose'
  • The Black Brunswicker
  • Meditation
  • The Ransom
  • The Eve of St. Agnes
  • R.A.

  • My First Sermon
  • Trust Me
  • Lily Noble
  • Esther
  • Harold Heneage Finch-Hatton
  • 'Leisure Hours'
  • My Second Sermon
  • John Wycliffe Taylor
  • Sleeping
  • The Parable of the Tares
  • Waking
  • Hugh Cayley of Wydale
  • The Minuet
  • Jephthah
  • Nina Lehmann
  • Sisters
  • Souvenir of Velasquez
  • Stella
  • The Gambler's Wife
  • The Boyhood of Raleigh
  • The Marchioness of Huntly
  • Chill October
  • The Knight Errant
  • A Somnambulist
  • Flowing to the River
  • Charles Liddell
  • Mrs Bischoffsheim
  • 'Oh! that a dream so sweet, so long enjoy'd, Should be so sadly, cruelly destroy'd' – Moore's 'Lalla Rookh'
  • Hearts are Trumps: Portraits of Elizabeth, Diana, and Mary, Daughters of Walter Armstrong, Esq.
  • Isabella Heugh
  • Effie Millais
  • Scotch Firs 'The Silence that is in the lonely woods.' - Wordsworth
  • Winter Fuel 'Bare ruined choirs,where once the sweet birds sang' – Shakespeare
  • New Laid Egg
  • Clarissa Bischoffsheim
  • The Deserted Garden
  • The North-West Passage
  • The Fringe of the Moor
  • Twins
  • 'Over the Hills and Far Away'
  • Dead Pheasants
  • George Gray Millais
  • 'The Sound of Many Waters'
  • Lord Ronald Gower
  • A Jersey Lily
  • Bright Eyes
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Yes
  • Puss in Boots
  • Effie Deans
  • The Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P.
  • 'The tower of strength which stood Four-square to all the winds that blew.' - Tennyson
  • The Princes in the Tower
  • St Martin's Summer
  • Cherry Ripe
  • Louise Jopling
  • Beatrix Caird
  • Portrait of the Painter
  • Kate Perugini
  • Sophie Caird
  • The Captive
  • Benjamin Disraeli, The Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G.
  • Alfred Tennyson
  • Cardinal John Henry Newman
  • Sir Henry Thompson
  • Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marques of Salisbury
  • Henry Irving
  • Self Portrait
  • William Ewart Gladstone
  • The Ruling Passion
  • Bubbles
  • Portia
  • Archibald Philip Primrose, 5 th Earl of Rosebery
  • Christmas Eve
  • The Old Garden
  • Dew-Drenched Furze
  • Glen Birnam
  • Dorothy Lawson
  • Lingering Autumn 'No spring, nor summer beauty hath such grace/As I have seen in one autumnal face.' - Donne
  • 'The Little Speedwell's Darling Blue.' 'In Memorian', - Tennyson
  • Mary Chamberlain
  • 'Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind.' - 'As You Like It', act.ii. sc. 7
  • St Stephen
  • 'Speak! Speak!'
  • References

    List of paintings by John Everett Millais Wikipedia


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