The Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, Volumes XVI–XVIII
Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Autumn 2010:
- “Lady with a Dove” by Charles Brett.
- “Book Review Painting the Sacred in the Age of Romanticism by Cordula Grewe” by Simon Poë.
- John Pickard Essay Prize Announcement.
- “John White Alexander’s Isabella and the Pot of Basil” by Liana Cheney.
- “Book Review The Death of King Arthur by Peter Ackroyd” by Simon Poë.
- “Book Review Ruskin on Venice by Robert Hewison” by Lucy Clark.
- “Ruskin’s Proserpina” by Cristina Pascu-Tulbure.
- “Speaking up for Charles Allston Collins” by Angela Richardson.
- “Book Review Artistic Circles: Design & Decoration in the Aesthetic Movement by Charlotte Gere” by Charlotte Clark.
- “Exhibition Review: The Pre‑Raphaelites and Italy” by Eleanor Beyer.
Vol. XVIII, No. 2, Summer 2010:
- “Affinity: Sarah Waters and Dante Gabriel Rossetti” by Simon Cooke
- “Book Review The Pre‑Raphaelite Trail in Kent by Peter Wise” by Aileen Naylor
- “Exhibition Reviews: Burne‑Jones in Canada and Tiffany Glass by Simon Poë
- Runner Up Essay for the John Pickard Essay Prize, 2009 “Joseph Southall: A True Pre-Raphaelite?“ by Hannah Carroll
- “Book Review The Worlds of John Ruskin by Kevin Jackson” by Margaret English
- “Book Review The Crimson Bed by Loretta Proctor” by Serena Trowbridge
- “Three Quartets: the Rossettis, the Mendelssohns and the Brontës” by Ian Emberson
- “Book Review Millais: A sketch by M.H. Spielmann” by Margaret Hale
- “Book Review Representations of Hair in Victorian Literature and Culture by Galia Ofek” by Christina Pascu-Tulbure
- “Exhibition Review: Objects of Affection: Pre‑Raphaelite Portraits by John Brett by Simon Poë
- “A Visit to the Restored Leighton House” by Serena Trowbridge
Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Spring 2010:
- “Brett and Birmingham” by Professor Ann Sumner
- “Book Review A History of Kelmscott House by Helen Elletson” by Barry Johnson
- Winning Essay for the John Pickard Essay Prize, 2009 “The Pre‑Raphaelite Lovejoy: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Charles Augustus Howell, the eponymous ‘dodgy dealer’ ” by Anne Anderson
- “Exhibition Review Burne-Jones in Stuttgart” by Ian Macsporran
- “Book Review Frederic, Lord Leighton, 1830-1896: Painter and Sculptor of the Victorian Age by Michael Buhrs and Margot Th Brandlhuber” by Simon Poë
- “Book Review Victorian Photography, Painting and Poetry by Lindsay Smith” by Margaret English
- “Book Review Illustrating Camelot by Barbara Tepack Lupack” by Cristina Pascu-Tulbure
- “Christina Rossetti and the Victorian Aesthetic Market Place” by Sharon Worley
- “Review Essay Desperate Romantics on TV” by Amelia Yeates
Vol. XVII, No. 3, Autumn 2009:
- “Works and Days” by Jorge L. Contreras – an occasional survey of Pre‑Raphaelite and Victorian works recently bought, sold and displayed. Swinburne Among the Pre-Raphaelites
- “Friend or Foe? George du Maurier and the Pre-Raphaelites” by Stella‑Louise Halliwell
- “Book Review Desperate Romantics by Franny Moyle ” by Amelia Yeates
- “Pre-Raphaelite tendencies in the painting of The Hon. John Collier” by Katja Robinson
- “Exhibition Review Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts ” by Nic Peeters
Vol. XVII, No. 2, Summer 2009:
- “Vernon Lushington The Embodiment of Pre-Raphaelitism” by David Taylor
- “Exhibition Review Rossetti’s China: the origins of ‘Blue Mania’ in the 1860s (includes appendix) ” by Anne Anderson
- Runner-up essay in the John Pickard Essay Prize by Philip Rowson.
- “Catastrophism” by Alexis Drahos.
- “James Collinson’s For Sale and To Let: The Vulnerable Woman” by Nancy Langham.
- John Pickard Essay Prize Announcement.
Vol. XVII, No. 1, Spring 2009:
- “Works and Days” by Jorge L. Contreras – an occasional survey of Pre‑Raphaelite and Victorian works recently bought, sold and displayed. Love and Ruins – Victorian Views of Pompeii
- “Thomas Buchanan Read: The First American Pre-Raphaelite?” by Chloe Nicholls.
- “Robert Braithwaite Martineau: Pre-Raphaelite Associate” by Amelia Yeates – the winner of the John Pickard Essay Prize for 2008.
- “The Pre-Raphaelites as Illustrators: Rossetti, Millais, Holman Hunt and the ‘Moxon Tennyson’” by Simon Cooke.
- “Pictures of Men at Work” by Margaret English.
Vol. XVI, No. 2, Autumn 2008 – “The Pre‑Raphaelite Brotherhood”:
- “Neo-Ancients, Neo-Victorians, Neo-Pre-Raphaelites: Graham Ovenden and the Brotherhood of Ruralists” by Anne Anderson.
- “Dante Gabriel Rossetti by George Frederick Watts” by Jan Marsh.
- “William Michael Rossetti and the Italian Connection” by Angela Thirlwell.
- “Druids and Sphinxes: Hunt’s visual worlds of threats and delights” by Paul Barlow.
- ““Two to make a Brotherhood”: F.G. Stephens, art criticism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood” by Patricia de Montfort.
- “A Consummate Illustrator – John Everett Millais” by Paul Goldman.
- “James Collinson, 1825-1881” by Helen Newman
- “Thomas Woolner” by Benedict Read
Vol. XVI, No. 1, Spring 2008:
- “Works and Days” by Jorge L. Contreras – an occasional survey of Pre‑Raphaelite and Victorian works recently bought, sold and displayed. William Morris’s Kelmscott Masterpieces
- “Works and Days” by Jorge L. Contreras – an occasional survey of Pre‑Raphaelite and Victorian works recently bought, sold and displayed.
- “Representations of Dante Gabriel Rossetti in the 1950s and 1960s” by Lisa Dallape Matson – this article discusses how Rossetti was portrayed as a character in three works of fiction, two novels and one made‑for‑television film which appeared in the 1950s and 1960s.
- The Winning Essay for the John Pickard Prize – “Hearing Millais” by Martin Dubois.
- “Elizabeth Siddall: Creator and Created” by Adele Uphaus – this article allows us to see how Lizzie was the product of a modern artistic vision and how she was “written” by her lover and his compatriots.