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Women artists have been overlooked throughout history. Although steps are being taken to redress this imbalance, women remain underrepresented in collections and sometimes it can be difficult to find their works or even to know where to start looking. There are thousands of women artists represented on Art UK, and to give you a place to start exploring their works we have created 26 Curations of women artists, divided up by surname A-Z. The set of Curations contains works by 1,000 female artists in total. You won't find the likes of Frida Kahlo or Hilma af Klint as their works are not in UK public collections (yet), but you will find a wealth of art from works by Eileen Agar to Doris Zinkeisen – and plenty more in between.

Artists featured in this Curation: Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal (1829–1862), Grace Everton Sainsbury (1863–1941), Eugénie Marie Salanson (1864–1892), Rebecca Salter (b.1955), Frieda Salvendy (1887–1965), Ethel Sands (1873–1962), Emma Sandys (1843–1877), Niki de Saint Phalle (1930–2002), Isabel Florrie Saul (1895–1982), Helen Saunders (1885–1963), and 71 more
81 artworks
  • Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal (1829–1862)

    The Haunted Wood 1856
    Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal (1829–1862)
    Gouache on paper
    H 12 x W 11 cm
    National Trust, Wightwick Manor
    The Haunted Wood
    Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Grace Everton Sainsbury (1863–1941)

    Sheep in Dull Weather
    Grace Everton Sainsbury (1863–1941)
    Oil on canvas
    H 31 x W 51 cm
    Buxton Museum & Art Gallery
    Sheep in Dull Weather
    Photo credit: Buxton Museum & Art Gallery

  • Eugénie Marie Salanson (1864–1892)

    The Shrimp Fisher
    Eugénie Marie Salanson (1864–1892)
    Oil on canvas
    H 138 x W 103 cm
    Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, Renfrewshire Council Collections
    The Shrimp Fisher
    Photo credit: Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, Renfrewshire Council Collections

  • Rebecca Salter (b.1955)

    K37 1996
    Rebecca Salter (b.1955)
    Mixed media on canvas
    H 182.9 x W 243.8 cm
    Yale Center for British Art

  • Frieda Salvendy (1887–1965)

    Girl with a Doll
    Frieda Salvendy (1887–1965)
    Oil on canvas
    H 68.5 x W 54 cm
    University of Sussex
    Girl with a Doll
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: University of Sussex

  • Ethel Sands (1873–1962)

    Nan Hudson Playing Patience at Auppegard, France
    Ethel Sands (1873–1962)
    Oil on canvas
    H 64 x W 52 cm
    City of London Corporation
    Nan Hudson Playing Patience at Auppegard, France
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: City of London Corporation

  • Emma Sandys (1843–1877)

    Pleasant Dreams 1876
    Emma Sandys (1843–1877)
    Oil on canvas
    H 44 x W 32 cm
    University of Dundee Fine Art Collections
    Pleasant Dreams
    Photo credit: University of Dundee Fine Art Collections

  • Niki de Saint Phalle (1930–2002)

    Grand Tete 1982
    Niki de Saint Phalle (1930–2002)
    Polyester, steel & paint
    H 170 x W 120 x D 50 cm
    Glasgow Life Museums
    Grand Tete
    © Niki de Saint Phalle Charitable Art Foundation / ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2023. Photo credit: Glasgow Life Museums

  • Isabel Florrie Saul (1895–1982)

    And on a Bright Day Years Ago One Might Have Beheld a Pleasing Crowd like This, Indulging in the Noble Pastime of Falconry near Corfe Castle in the Beauteous Isle of Purbeck 1940
    Isabel Florrie Saul (1895–1982)
    Tempera on board
    H 55.5 x W 63.5 cm
    Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
    And on a Bright Day Years Ago One Might Have Beheld a Pleasing Crowd like This, Indulging in the Noble Pastime of Falconry near Corfe Castle in the Beauteous Isle of Purbeck
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

  • Helen Saunders (1885–1963)

    Vorticist Composition (Black and Khaki?) c.1915
    Helen Saunders (1885–1963)
    Graphite, black ink, watercolour, bodycolour & collage (elements cut out from a separate sheet & superimposed) with scratching out on wove paper, with pinholes at all four corners
    H 37.3 x W 28.7 cm
    The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust)
    Vorticist Composition (Black and Khaki?)
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: The Courtauld

  • Amy Sawyer (1863–1945)

    In the Twilight
    Amy Sawyer (1863–1945)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 34.5 x W 52 cm
    Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
    In the Twilight
    Photo credit: Bushey Museum and Art Gallery

  • Eileen Schaer (b.1948)

    Lady Saving a Tiger 2013
    Eileen Schaer (b.1948)
    Acrylic on board
    H 59.8 x W 49.6 cm
    Manx National Heritage
    Lady Saving a Tiger
    © the artist. Photo credit: Manx National Heritage

  • Edith Maud Susanna Scannell (1852–1940)

    The Puritan Maid
    Edith Maud Susanna Scannell (1852–1940)
    Oil on canvas
    H 91.5 x W 61 cm
    Lady Lever Art Gallery
    The Puritan Maid
    Photo credit: Lady Lever Art Gallery

  • Irene Scheinmann (b.1933)

    Dance Macabre 1991
    Irene Scheinmann (b.1933)
    Etching on paper
    H 48.5 x W 65.6 cm
    Ben Uri Collection
    Dance Macabre
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Ben Uri Collection

  • Mira Schendel (1919–1988)

    Untitled (Sem titulo) 1963
    Mira Schendel (1919–1988)
    Oil on canvas
    H 145.9 x W 114 cm
    Tate
    Untitled (Sem titulo)
    © Ada Schendel. Photo credit: Tate

  • Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946)

    Chickens amongst Cornstooks c.1888
    Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946)
    Oil on panel
    H 42 x W 52.5 cm
    Penlee House Gallery & Museum
    Chickens amongst Cornstooks
    Photo credit: Penlee House Gallery & Museum

  • Kathleen Scott (1878–1947)

    Captain Scott (1868–1912) 1914–1915
    Kathleen Scott (1878–1947)
    Bronze & grey granite
    H 300 cm
    Captain Scott (1868–1912)
    Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

  • Deborah Sedgwick (b.1975)

    Changing Focus No. 2
    Deborah Sedgwick (b.1975)
    Oil on canvas
    H 66 x W 58 cm
    Atkinson Art Gallery Collection
    Changing Focus No. 2
    © the artist. Photo credit: Atkinson Art Gallery Collection

  • Seigle (1907–1998)

    Le filet de la Vierge 1941
    Seigle (1907–1998)
    Oil on paper laid on canvas
    H 57 x W 78 cm
    Rediscovering Art by Women
    Le filet de la Vierge
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Rediscovering Art by Women

  • Hilda Seligman (1882–1964)

    Innocence
    Hilda Seligman (1882–1964)
    Plaster
    H 19 x W 22 x D 16 cm
    Kirklees Museums and Galleries
    Innocence
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Kirklees Museums and Galleries

  • Florence Seth (1870–1952)

    Emmeline 'Nina' Mary Elizabeth Welby-Gregory (1867–1955), Mrs Henry John Cockayne-Cust, in the Library at Chancellor's House, Hyde Park Gate, London
    Florence Seth (1870–1952)
    Oil on canvas
    H 79 x W 150 cm
    National Trust, Belton House
    Emmeline 'Nina' Mary Elizabeth Welby-Gregory (1867–1955), Mrs Henry John Cockayne-Cust, in the Library at Chancellor's House, Hyde Park Gate, London
    Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Eileen Seyd (1908–1976)

    The Road to Portofino
    Eileen Seyd (1908–1976)
    Oil on canvas
    H 51 x W 61 cm
    Government Art Collection
    The Road to Portofino
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Government Art Collection

  • Judith Carola Shackleton (b.1945)

    Greek Landscape
    Judith Carola Shackleton (b.1945)
    Oil on canvas
    H 44 x W 64 cm
    University of Liverpool
    Greek Landscape
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: University of Liverpool

  • Dorothea Sharp (1874–1955)

    Paddlers
    Dorothea Sharp (1874–1955)
    Oil on canvas
    H 84 x W 87 cm
    Gallery Oldham
    Paddlers
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Bridgeman Images

  • Nancy Sharp (1909–2001)

    (Frederick) Louis MacNeice 1938
    Nancy Sharp (1909–2001)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.3 x W 63.4 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    (Frederick) Louis MacNeice
    © estate of Nancy Spencer P.R.S.. Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Matilda Sharpe (1830–1915)

    Joseph Bonomi the Younger 1868
    Matilda Sharpe (1830–1915)
    Oil on canvas
    H 50.2 x W 40.3 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    Joseph Bonomi the Younger
    Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Rolinda Sharples (1793–1838)

    The Artist and Her Mother 1816
    Rolinda Sharples (1793–1838)
    Oil on panel
    H 36.8 x W 29.2 cm
    Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives
    The Artist and Her Mother
    Photo credit: Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives

  • Barbara Neville Shaw (1930–2006)

    Rehearsal Call 1984
    Barbara Neville Shaw (1930–2006)
    Oil on canvas
    H 62 x W 74 cm
    The Women’s Art Collection
    Rehearsal Call
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: The Women’s Art Collection

  • Margaret Shaw (1917–1983)

    Victorian Interior
    Margaret Shaw (1917–1983)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 32 x W 45 cm
    Royal Watercolour Society
    Victorian Interior
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Royal Watercolour Society

  • Kathleen Trousdell Shaw (1865–1958)

    Wilbraham Egerton (1832–1909), 2nd Baron and 1st Earl Egerton of Tatton 1897
    Kathleen Trousdell Shaw (1865–1958)
    Marble
    H 78.7 cm
    National Trust, Tatton Park
    Wilbraham Egerton (1832–1909), 2nd Baron and 1st Earl Egerton of Tatton
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Inglis Sheldon-Williams (1870–1940)

    Farm Wagon, Exceat, East Sussex
    Inglis Sheldon-Williams (1870–1940)
    Oil on card
    H 23 x W 32.5 cm
    Towner
    Farm Wagon, Exceat, East Sussex
    Photo credit: Towner

  • Clare Sheridan (1885–1970)

    Mountain Horse 1937
    Clare Sheridan (1885–1970)
    Plaster
    H 38 x W 19 x D 21 cm
    Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
    Mountain Horse
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery

  • Marjorie Sherlock (1897–1973)

    Liverpool Street Station 1917
    Marjorie Sherlock (1897–1973)
    Oil on canvas
    H 116.5 x W 89.5 cm
    Government Art Collection
    Liverpool Street Station
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Government Art Collection

  • Beryl Sibbett (active late 19th C–early 20th C)

    Flowers
    Beryl Sibbett (active late 19th C–early 20th C)
    Oil on canvas
    H 61 x W 50.6 cm
    National Museums NI
    Flowers
    Photo credit: National Museums NI

  • Agnes W. Sim (1887–1978)

    Portrait of a Woman in a Pink Dress c.1908
    Agnes W. Sim (1887–1978)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.2 x W 63.5 cm
    Edinburgh College of Art (University of Edinburgh)
    Portrait of a Woman in a Pink Dress
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Edinburgh College of Art (University of Edinburgh)

  • Ruth Simpson (1889–1964)

    The Milkmaid c.1912
    Ruth Simpson (1889–1964)
    Oil on canvas
    H 92 x W 61.5 cm
    Penlee House Gallery & Museum
    The Milkmaid
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Penlee House Gallery & Museum

  • Beryl Sinclair (1901–1967)

    Winter, Regent's Park 1941
    Beryl Sinclair (1901–1967)
    Oil on canvas
    H 51 x W 76.5 cm
    Government Art Collection
    Winter, Regent's Park
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Government Art Collection

  • Elisabetta Sirani (1638–1665)

    Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist
    Elisabetta Sirani (1638–1665)
    Oil on canvas
    H 70 x W 50 cm
    Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
    Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist
    Photo credit: Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge

  • Sylvia Sleigh (1916–2010)

    The Bride (Lawrence Alloway) 1949
    Sylvia Sleigh (1916–2010)
    Oil paint on canvas
    H 61 x W 50.8 cm
    Tate
    The Bride (Lawrence Alloway)
    © Tate. Photo credit: Tate

  • Esphyr Slobodkina (1908–2002)

    The Madly Scrambling Circles of Upward Mobility 1950
    Esphyr Slobodkina (1908–2002)
    Metal, plastic & paint
    H 38 x W 26 x D 27 cm
    Rediscovering Art by Women

  • Phyllis Cornelia Maud Smale (1897–1978)

    Wastwater, Cumbria
    Phyllis Cornelia Maud Smale (1897–1978)
    Oil on canvas
    H 38.5 x W 48.5 cm
    Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens
    Wastwater, Cumbria
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens

  • Florence Small (1860–1933)

    The Bride 1900
    Florence Small (1860–1933)
    Oil on canvas
    H 139.5 x W 139.5 cm
    Southwark Art Collection
    The Bride
    Photo credit: Southwark Art Collection

  • Mary Smirke (1779–1853)

    Claremont Summer House, Weston-super-Mare 1842
    Mary Smirke (1779–1853)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 17 x W 25.5 cm
    North Somerset Council
    Claremont Summer House, Weston-super-Mare
    Photo credit: North Somerset Council

  • Elizabeth Lucy Gabell Smith (1861–1934)

    Southease, East Sussex
    Elizabeth Lucy Gabell Smith (1861–1934)
    Oil on canvas
    H 37 x W 48.5 cm
    Lewes Town Council
    Southease, East Sussex
    Photo credit: Lewes Town Council

  • Ivy Smith (b.1945)

    Swimmers 2007
    Ivy Smith (b.1945)
    Oil on canvas
    H 80 x W 184.5 cm
    ArtCare, Salisbury District Hospital
    Swimmers
    © the artist. Photo credit: ArtCare, Salisbury District Hospital

  • Jane Stewart Smith (1839–1925)

    View of the High Street, Looking East, from the Lawnmarket, Edinburgh
    Jane Stewart Smith (1839–1925)
    Oil on canvas
    H 36 x W 54.2 cm
    Museums & Galleries Edinburgh – City of Edinburgh Council
    View of the High Street, Looking East, from the Lawnmarket, Edinburgh
    Photo credit: Museums & Galleries Edinburgh – City of Edinburgh Council

  • Dorothy Carleton Smyth (1880–1933)

    Self Portrait 1921
    Dorothy Carleton Smyth (1880–1933)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.8 x W 68.6 cm
    Glasgow Life Museums
    Self Portrait
    Photo credit: Glasgow Life Museums

  • Rebecca Solomon (1832–1886)

    The Wounded Dove 1866/1872
    Rebecca Solomon (1832–1886)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 45.5 x W 35.5 cm
    Aberystwyth University School of Art Museum and Galleries
    The Wounded Dove
    Photo credit: Aberystwyth University School of Art Museum and Galleries

  • Estella Frances Solomons (1882–1968)

    Alice Milligan (1866–1953) 1918
    Estella Frances Solomons (1882–1968)
    Oil on canvas
    H 92 x W 71.5 cm
    National Museums NI
    Alice Milligan (1866–1953)
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: National Museums NI

  • Edith Anna Oenone Somerville (1858–1949)

    Violet Florence Martin 1886
    Edith Anna Oenone Somerville (1858–1949)
    Oil on panel
    H 21.6 x W 13.3 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    Violet Florence Martin
    Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Peggy Somerville (1918–1975)

    Summer, Aldeburgh, Suffolk c.1960
    Peggy Somerville (1918–1975)
    Oil on plywood panel
    H 46 x W 78.5 cm
    Norfolk Museums Service
    Summer, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
    © heirs of the artist's estate. Photo credit: Norfolk Museums Service

  • Yolanda Sonnabend (1935–2015)

    Stephen William Hawking 1985
    Yolanda Sonnabend (1935–2015)
    Oil on canvas
    H 91.4 x W 71 cm
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    Stephen William Hawking
    © National Portrait Gallery, London. Photo credit: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Eileen Soper (1905–1990)

    Eric Liddell (1902–1945), Athlete and Missionary 1925
    Eileen Soper (1905–1990)
    Oil on canvas
    H 73.5 x W 61.5 cm
    National Galleries of Scotland
    Eric Liddell (1902–1945), Athlete and Missionary
    © courtesy Chris Beetle Gallery. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

  • Elizabeth Sorrell (1916–1991)

    Windswept Leaves
    Elizabeth Sorrell (1916–1991)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 16 x W 25 cm
    Royal Watercolour Society
    Windswept Leaves
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Royal Watercolour Society

  • Elizabeth Emma Soyer (1813–1842)

    The Dream of Human Life (Le songe de la vie humaine) 19th C
    Elizabeth Emma Soyer (1813–1842)
    Etching on paper
    H 24 x W 17.4 cm
    The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust)

  • Jean Spencer (1942–1998)

    Square Painting No. 1 1982
    Jean Spencer (1942–1998)
    Oil on linen
    H 100 x W 50 cm
    Birmingham Museums Trust
    Square Painting No. 1
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Birmingham Museums Trust

  • Gertrude Spencer Stanhope (1857–1944)

    Orpheus late 19th C–early 20th C
    Gertrude Spencer Stanhope (1857–1944)
    Bronze
    H 42 x W 22 x D 30 cm
    Cannon Hall
    Orpheus
    Photo credit: Cannon Hall

  • Maria Spilsbury (1777–1820)

    New Year's Feast at Mr Walter Taylor's Charity School, Portswood Green, near Southampton
    Maria Spilsbury (1777–1820)
    Oil on canvas
    H 62.5 x W 84 cm
    Southampton City Museums
    New Year's Feast at Mr Walter Taylor's Charity School, Portswood Green, near Southampton
    Photo credit: Southampton City Museums

  • Effie Spring-Smith (1907–1974)

    Self Portrait c.1932
    Effie Spring-Smith (1907–1974)
    Oil on canvas
    H 47 x W 36 cm
    Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service: Ipswich Borough Council Collection
    Self Portrait
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service: Ipswich Borough Council Collection

  • Sara Sproule (1914–2006)

    Female Nude
    Sara Sproule (1914–2006)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 45 x W 35 cm
    Royal Watercolour Society
    Female Nude
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Royal Watercolour Society

  • Sylvia St George (1881–1950)

    Colchester in Winter
    Sylvia St George (1881–1950)
    Oil & resin on canvas
    H 25 x W 34 cm
    Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service: Colchester Collection
    Colchester in Winter
    Photo credit: Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service: Colchester Collection

  • Phoebe Stabler (1879–1955)

    Faggot Gatherer 1910
    Phoebe Stabler (1879–1955)
    Bronze
    H 22.5 x W 14 x D 9.5 cm
    Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
    Faggot Gatherer
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

  • Constance Louisa Stallard (1870–1959)

    Black Lilies
    Constance Louisa Stallard (1870–1959)
    Tempera on board
    H 45.3 x W 30.5 cm
    Southampton City Art Gallery
    Black Lilies
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Southampton City Art Gallery

  • Eloise Harriet Stannard (1829–1914)

    Still Life of Strawberries on a Cabbage Leaf in a Basket 1891
    Eloise Harriet Stannard (1829–1914)
    Oil on canvas
    H 33 x W 28 cm
    Norfolk Museums Service
    Still Life of Strawberries on a Cabbage Leaf in a Basket
    Photo credit: Norfolk Museums Service

  • Emily Stannard (1803–1885)

    Dead Game 1837
    Emily Stannard (1803–1885)
    Oil on mahogany panel
    H 42.4 x W 31.1 cm
    Norfolk Museums Service
    Dead Game
    Photo credit: Norfolk Museums Service

  • Hannah Starkey (b.1971)

    Mirror – Untitled, September 2015 2015
    Hannah Starkey (b.1971)
    Framed C-type colour print mounted on aluminium
    H 122 x W 152 cm
    Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre
    Mirror – Untitled, September 2015
    © the artist. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

  • Georgina Starr (b.1968)

    Mentioning 1992
    Georgina Starr (b.1968)
    Script, score & tape
    Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre
    Mentioning
    © Georgina Starr. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

  • Louisa Starr Canziani (1845–1909)

    Mrs George Drew, née Mary Peek (1821–1896) 1898
    Louisa Starr Canziani (1845–1909)
    Oil on canvas
    H 178 x W 137 cm
    National Trust, Castle Drogo
    Mrs George Drew, née Mary Peek (1821–1896)
    Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Philippa Anna Frederica Stephenson (1858–1941)

    Everest Base Camp 1933
    Philippa Anna Frederica Stephenson (1858–1941)
    Watercolour on board
    H 26 x W 38 cm
    The Alpine Club Collection
    Everest Base Camp
    Photo credit: The Alpine Club Collection

  • Marianne Stokes (1855–1927)

    Lantern Light 1888
    Marianne Stokes (1855–1927)
    Oil on canvas
    H 82.5 x W 102 cm
    Penlee House Gallery & Museum
    Lantern Light
    Photo credit: Penlee House Gallery & Museum

  • Mary Elizabeth Stormont (1871–1962)

    The Little Blue Blind
    Mary Elizabeth Stormont (1871–1962)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 18.5 x W 22.8 cm
    Rye Art Gallery
    The Little Blue Blind
    © Rye Art Gallery. Photo credit: Rye Art Gallery

  • Hilary Strain (1884–1960)

    Walter Blackie 1928
    Hilary Strain (1884–1960)
    Oil on canvas
    H 101.5 x W 111 cm
    National Trust for Scotland, The Hill House
    Walter Blackie
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: National Trust for Scotland, The Hill House

  • Marianne Straub (1909–1994)

    Three Textile Designs
    Marianne Straub (1909–1994)
    Fabric/textile
    Fry Art Gallery
    Three Textile Designs
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: Fry Art Gallery

  • Florence Nightingale Street (1856–1936)

    Sir Henry Edward Leigh Dryden (1818–1899), 4th Bt of Canons Ashby and 7th Bt of Ambrosden 1891
    Florence Nightingale Street (1856–1936)
    Oil on canvas
    H 26 x W 20.5 cm
    National Trust, Canons Ashby
    Sir Henry Edward Leigh Dryden (1818–1899), 4th Bt of Canons Ashby and 7th Bt of Ambrosden
    Photo credit: National Trust Images

  • Käthe Strenitz (1923–2017)

    Backyard of Otaco Ltd Factory, 16 Market Road
    Käthe Strenitz (1923–2017)
    Oil on board
    H 61.5 x W 91.5 cm
    Islington Local History Centre and Museum
    Backyard of Otaco Ltd Factory, 16 Market Road
    © Estate of Käthe Strenitz. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2023. Photo credit: Islington Local History Centre and Museum

  • Mary Newbery Sturrock (1892–1985)

    Tigridia 20th C
    Mary Newbery Sturrock (1892–1985)
    Mixed media on paper
    The Fleming Collection
    Tigridia
    © the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Fleming Collection

  • Maud Sulter (1960–2008)

    La Chevelure (two parts) 2002
    Maud Sulter (1960–2008)
    Digital prints
    H 50.8 x W 50.8 cm
    National Galleries of Scotland
    La Chevelure (two parts)
    © Estate of Maud Sulter. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

  • Alice Macallan Swan (1864–1939)

    Lady with a Butterfly
    Alice Macallan Swan (1864–1939)
    Watercolour on paper
    H 60 x W 25 cm
    Royal Watercolour Society
    Lady with a Butterfly
    Photo credit: Royal Watercolour Society

  • Mary Swanzy (1882–1978)

    Woman in a Green Dress and Cameo 1920–1940
    Mary Swanzy (1882–1978)
    Oil on canvas
    H 76.2 x W 64 cm
    National Museums NI
    Woman in a Green Dress and Cameo
    © the artist's estate. Photo credit: National Museums NI

  • Annie Louisa Swynnerton (1844–1933)

    Cupid and Psyche 1890
    Annie Louisa Swynnerton (1844–1933)
    Oil on canvas
    H 147 x W 91 cm
    Gallery Oldham
    Cupid and Psyche
    Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

  • Rose Aspinall Syers (1850–1932)

    A Dutch Town, Windmills
    Rose Aspinall Syers (1850–1932)
    Oil on canvas
    H 49.6 x W 36.7 cm
    Sheffield Museums
    A Dutch Town, Windmills
    Photo credit: Sheffield Museums