Edmund Blair Leighton: (September 21, 1853—September 1, 1922) was a British painter associated with the Pre-Raphaelite and Romantic styles.
Leighton was the son of the artist Charles Blair Leighton. He was educated at University College School, before becoming a student at the Royal Academy Schools. He married Katherine Nash in 1885 and they went on to have a son and daughter. He exhibited annually at the Royal Academy from 1878 to 1920.
Leighton was a historical genre painter focusing mainly on Regency and medieval subjects.
List of works
* Old Times (1877), private collection.
* Till Death Us Do Part (1878)
* The Dying Copernicus (1880)
* Abaelard and his Pupil Heloise (1882), Phillips Auctioneers, UK.
* Duty (1883)
* The Gladiator's Wife (1884), private collection.
* The Rehearsal (1888), Croydon Clocktower, UK.
* Call To Arms (1888), Roy Miles Fine Paintings.
* A Stolen Interview (1888)
* Olivia (1888)
* How Liza Loved the King (1890), Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Burnley.
* Lay thy sweet hand in mine and trust in me (1891)
* Lady Godiva (1892), Leeds City Art Gallery.
* Two Strings (1893)
* Launched in Life (1894)
* My Next-Door Neighbour (1894), private collection.
* Waiting for the Coach (1895), Manchester Art Gallery.
* A Favour (1898)
* Off (1899), Manchester Art Gallery.
* God Speed! (1900)
* On the Threshold (1900), Manchester Art Gallery.
* The Accolade (1901), private collection.
* Adieu (1901), Manchester Art Gallery.
* Lilac (1901)
* Alain Chartier (1903)
* Tristan and Isolde (1907)
* The Dedication (1908)
* The Shadow (1909)
* The Key (1909)
* To the Unknown Land (1911)
* The Boyhood of Alfred The Great (1913)
* My Fair Lady (1914)
* A Nibble (1914), private collection.
* The Wedding March (1919)
* The Lord of Burleigh, Tennyson (1919), private collection.
* Sweet Solitude (1919), private collection.
* After Service (1921), private collection.
* Signing the Register (undated), Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.
* The Fond Farewell (undated), Messum's, London.
* Lord of the Manor (undated), private collection.
* Sorrow and Song (undated), Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.
* Lady in a Garden
* The Charity of St. Elizabeth of Hungary
* The Rose's Day
* Stitching the Standard
* The King and the Beggar-maid
* End of the Song
* Cromwell dissolving the Long Parliament
* Forest Tryst
* Sweets to the Sweet
* Con Amore
* The Request