Author:Anna Brownell Jameson

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Anna Brownell Jameson
British writer; daughter of Denis Brownell Murphy
Anna Brownell Jameson


  • Mrs. Jameson's works, 1866 vol 3, vol 4, vol 5, vol 6, vol 8, vol 9, vol 10
  • Diary of an ennuyée, 1826 external scan
  • Loves of the Poets (1829) external scan
  • Celebrated Female Sovereigns (1831) vol 1, vol 2
  • Characteristics of women, moral, poetical and historical, 1832 external scan
  • Beauties of the Court of Charles II. (1833) external scan
  • Visits and sketches at home and abroad, 1834 vol 1, vol 2
  • The romance of biography, 1837 vol 1, vol 2
  • Winter studies and summer rambles in Canada, 1838 vol 1, vol 2, vol 3
  • Hand Book to the Galleries of Art, 1842 vol 1, vol 2
  • Companion to the most celebrated private galleries of art in London, 1844 external scan
  • Memoirs and essays illustrative of art, literature and social morals, 1846 external scan
  • A commonplace book of thoughts, memories and fancies, 1855 external scan
  • Sacred and Legendary Art, 2 vols., 3rd ed. (1857) (External scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Memoirs of the early Italian painters, and of the progress of painting in Italy, 1858 external scan
  • Sketches of art, literature, and character, 1858 external scan
  • The history of our Lord, as exemplified in works of art, 1864 external scan
  • Legends of the Madonna as represented in the fine arts, 1872 external scan
  • Early Italian Painters, Sacred and Legendary Art, 1879 vol 1, vol 2
  • Legends of the Monastic Orders as represented in the fine arts, 1885 external scan
  • Sisters of Charity; And, The Communion of Labour: Two Lectures on the Social Employments of Women (1857) external scan


  • Social life in Germany by Amalie, Princess of Saxony, 1840 vol 1, vol 2
  • Peter Paul Rubens: his life and genius by Gustav Friedrich Waagen, 1840 (translated from the German), external scan

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