Paintings and Drawings by Elizabeth Siddal

A Selection of Elizabeth Siddal’s Artwork:

Clara Siddall

Clerk Saunders

Eve of St. Agnes

The Holy Family

Lady Clare

Lady Affixing a Pennant, also titled as Before the Battle

The Ladies’ Lament

Lovers Listening to Music

Macbeth

Pippa Passes

Self Portrait (pencil)

Self Portrait

The Lady of Shalott

Study for Nativity

Sister Helen

The Quest of the Holy Grail

The Rowing Boat

The Woeful Victory

milliners

At the Milliners



11 Replies to “Paintings and Drawings by Elizabeth Siddal”

  1. I especially love The Quest for the Holy Grail. And it’s obvious she used Dante Gabriel’s features as much as he used hers 🙂

  2. She had great potential. From these painting and drawings, you can tell she was just starting off and with more years of training could have been one of the greats like many in her time. =)

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  4. I’m doing a research project/paper on models in the 19th century and their relationship to the English-Italian artistic exchange in that time period; and thus have been looking at Siddal and Rossetti’s relationship. Does anyone have any thoughts on which particular Siddal pieces she used Rossetti as a model for?

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