Version classiqueVersion mobile

The Life and Letters of William Sharp and “Fiona Macleod”. Volume 1

William Sharp
Fiona Macleod

List of Illustrations

Texte intégral

1. Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1850 at the age of 22.
A portrait by William Holman Hunt (c. 1883), Wikimedia,,
Public Domain.


2. An albumen print of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Taken by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) (1863), Wikimedia,, Public Domain.


3. Hall Caine, The Manxman, as caricatured in Vanity Fair. John Bernard Partridge (1896), Wikimedia,, Public Domain.


4. Photograph of William Sharp taken by an unknown photographer in Rome in 1883.
Reproduced from
William Sharp: A Memoir, compiled by Elizabeth Sharp (London: William Heinemann, 1910).


5. Photograph of Edward Dowden. Robinson (c. 1895), Wikimedia,, Public Domain.


6. George Meredith, no later than 1913, in Robert Louis Stevenson:
A Bookman Extra Number 1913 (London: Hodder & Stoughton), p. 138, Wikimedia,


7. Arthur Ellis (c. 1894). Photograph of Richard Le Gallienne. Wikimedia,,_by_Alfred_Ellis.jpg,
Public Domain.


8. An 1897 photograph of Edmund Clarence Stedman (1833–1908) an American poet, critic, essayist, banker, and scientist. Wikimedia,


9. Blanche Willis Howard, in F. E. Willard, A Woman of the Century: Fourteen Hundred-seventy Biographical Sketches Accompanied by Portraits of Leading American Women in all Walks of Life (Buffalo, N. Y.: Moulton, 1893), p. 735, Wikipedia,


10. Walt Whitman, aged 37, from the frontispiece to Leaves of Grass (Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y, 1855).
Steel engraving by Samuel Hollyer from a lost daguerreotype by Gabriel Harrison (1854), Wikimedia,,_steel_engraving,_July_1854.jpg,
Public Domain.


11a. Early 20th century photograph of Buck’s Green, Rudgwick, Sussex.
©Rudgwick Preservation Society. Courtesy of Roger Nash, Chair, Rudgwick Preservation Society,, all rights reserved.


11b. Mid-20th Century photograoph of Buck’s Green, Rudgwick, Sussex from a post card purchased there.
Phenice Croft, now the Toll House, is across the road from the building, now white, which housed the shop.
©The Francis Frith Collection,


12. Portrait of Edith Wingate Rinder taken by an unknown photographer (c. 1894).
Courtesy of the family of Mrs. Rinder.


13. Photograph of William Sharp in 1894 by Frederick Hollyer.
Reproduced from
Poems by William Sharp. Selected and Arranged by Mrs. William Sharp (London: William Heinemann, 1912).


14. Portrait of Mary Beatrice Sharp, William Sharp’s youngest sister taken in the Davis Studios in Edinburgh in 1906.
Courtesy of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections,
Dulles Reading Room, Firestone Library, Princeton University.


15a. Verso of Figure 4 in Mary Sharp’s handwriting which was the Fiona Macleod handwriting.
Inscribed to “To the Reverend R. Wilkins Rees. Yours Sincerely, Mary B. Sharp. Fiona Macleod’s sister, who did all the writing of the Fiona Macleod work and carried on the correspondence connected with it.”


15b. Letter to Grant Richards from William Sharp in his handwriting.
Courtesy of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.


16. Photograph of Grant Allen (1848–1899) by Elliott & Fry (c. 1899), Wikimedia,, Public Domain.



Rechercher dans OpenEdition Search

Vous allez être redirigé vers OpenEdition Search