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Waller, Ross Douglas. The Rossetti Family, 1824-1854. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1932. Publications of the University of Manchester: English series; no. 21. Publications of the University of Manchester; no. 217. PRB-791

Walsdorf, John J. William Morris in Private Press and Limited Editions: A Descriptive Bibliography of Books by and about William Morris, 1891-1982. Foreward by Sir Basil Blackwell. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx P, 1983. PRB-533

Walton, Paul H. The Drawings of John Ruskin. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1972. PRB-952

Warwick, Frances Evelyn Maynard Greville. William Morris, His Homes and Haunts. With twelve drawings in crayon by A. Forestier, and other illustrations. London: Jack, 1912. Half-title: The Pilgrim Books, no. 6). "Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co." PRB-215

Watkinson, Raymond. Pre-Raphaelite Art and Design. London: Studio Vista, 1970. PRB-814

Watts, George Frederick. Pictures by George Frederick Watts. Introduction and selections by Julia Ellsworth Ford and Thomas W. Lamont. New York: Fox, Duffield, 1904. Title in red and black within ornamental border. PRBF-10

Watts, Mary S. George Frederic Watts. 3 v. London: Macmillan, 1912. Contents: v.1-2 the annals of an artist's life; v.3 his writings. The annals, written by Watt's wife, include much first hand information as well as reprints of letters to and from Watts. There are also 17 illustrations which include pictures of Watts himself at various ages as well as his houses, gardens, workshops, etc. Volume 3 contains three unpublished writings and 11 previously published essays. There are also 22 illustrations of Watt's paintings. The unpublished works contain notes and they are fragmentary. "They were generally written down by him [Watts] as they came into his mind during his day of work, and as he walked to and fro between the many canvases upon which it was his custom to work on the same morning." PRB-102

Watts-Dunton, Theodore, 1832-1914. Aylwin. 2nd ed. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1899. PRB-901

---. Christmas at the Mermaid. Herbert Cole, ill. London: Lane, 1902. PRB-656

---. The Coming of Love and Other Poems. London: John Lane, 1898. Bookplate and lending rules of Royal Institution of South Wales Lending Library on front endpapers. Original light green cloth. PRB-760

---. The Coming of Love: Rhona Boswell's Story and Other Poems. 7th ed., enl. and rev. London: Lane, 1906. PRB-880

---. The Coming of Love: Rhona Boswell's Story and Other Poems. 10th ed. London: Lane, 1910? With introductory note on the nature of the poem by the author, and a portrait by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. PRB-402

---. Henry Thoreau and Other Children of the Open Air. Cedar Rapid, IA: Torch P, 1910. The Torch Series, J. F. Newton, ed. PRB-413

---. Old Familiar Faces. London: Jenkins, 1916. Contents: Introduction; George Borrow; Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Alfred, lord Tennyson; Christina Georgina Rossetti; Dr. Gordon Hake; John Leicester Warren, lord de Tabley; William Morris; Francis Hindes Groome. According to the Introduction to this work, Theodore Watts-Dunton always intended to publish his "recollections of his friends that he had from time to time contributed to The Athenæum. Had his range of interests been less wide he might have found the time in which to further this and many other literary projects he had formed." While there is no essay on Swinburne, information is given in the Introduction concerning the long friendship between Watts-Dunton and Swinburne. "Swinburne and Watts-Dunton had first met in 1872. In 1879 they went to live together at ‘The Pined,' and from that date were never parted until Swinburne's death thirty years' later. In no literary friendship has the bond been closer" (12). PRB-151

---. Poetry and the Renascence of Wonder. New York: Dutton, 1916. Printed in Great Britain. The author's article on Poetry in the 9th edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and the introduction to v. 3 of Patrick's edition of Chamber's Cyclopedia of English Literature (the Renasence of wonder in English poetry) with selections from his criticisms in the Athenaeum. Published according to his plan, but without his revision. cf. Introd., signed: Thomas Hake. This work contains Watts-Dunton's two most famous essays with revisions and inserts made by him near the end of his life. The editor differentiates between the original essays and the added material by printing the original with wider spaces between the lines and the additional materials "solid" without extra wide spaces, thus leaving the reader with the option of reading only the original essays or the revised versions. The author discusses the pre-Raphaelite poets in his essays. PRB-122

Waugh, Evelyn. PRB: An Essay on the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, 1847-54. Westerham, Kent: Dalrymple P, 1982. Limited ed. of 475 copies. This is no. 220. PRB-623

---. Rossetti: His Life and Works. Introduction by John Bryson. 2nd ed. rpt. London: Duckworth, 1975. "Reprint, with a few corrections, of the second edition published in Duckworth's Georgian Library in 1931." Dust-jacket. PRB-638

---. Rossetti, His Life and Works. 2nd ed. London: Duckworth, 1931. PRB-638

Weale, William Henry James. Hans Memlinc: A Notice of his Life and Works. London: Printed for the Arundel Society, 1865. With Ruskin, John. Giotto and His Works at Padua. PRB-827

Wells, Charles Jeremiah. Joseph and His Brethren: A Dramatic Poem. Introduction by Algernon Charles Swinburne. 1st ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1876. Portrait mounted on title page. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-406

West, W. K. G. F. Watts. London: Newnes; New York: Warne, 1905. 65 plates, some mounted. The essay by R. Pantini is translated from "Nuova Antologia." Contents: George Frederick Watts by W. K. West; The Art of George Frederick Watts by Romualdo Pantini. PRB-604

Whistler and His Circle: Anna Matilda Whistler, William Whistler, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frederick Sandys, William M. Rossetti, Thomas Jeckyll: Letters and Documents. London: Kashnor, 1927. "The whole of the correspondence is with James Anderson Rose." "Dante Gabriel Rossetti, letters and papers:" numbers 144-206. "Only 250 copies printed and not for sale." This copy is not numbered. PRBP-26

Whistler, James McNeill, 1834-1903. Mr. Whistler's "Ten O'Clock." London: Chatto and Windus, 1888. "Delivered in London, Feb. 20, 1885. At Cambridge, March 24. At Oxford, April 30." PRBP-25

Whiteley, Jon. Pre-Raphaelite Paintings and Drawings. Oxford: Phaidon-Christie's, 1989. PRB-870

Wilhide, Elizabeth. William Morris: Decor and Design. New York: Abrams, 1991. PRB-779

William Morris Gallery and Brangwyn Gift, Walthamstow, England. Catalogue of the Morris Collection. 2nd rev. ed. London: William Morris Gallery, 1969. The foreward to this catalogue begins by stating that "William Morris's revolt against the evil results of the Industrial Revolution took many forms, from the revival of handcrafts to pioneer work for Socialism. His achievements as a designer, craftsman, writer and social philosopher had a deep and wide influence, not only during his lifetime but silnce, and today he is acknowledged as one of the most important figures in the history of the decorative arts." The catalogue describes the collections at the William Morris Gallery which may be divided into three groups: the "Brangwyn Gift of pictures and sculpture, mainly by nineteenth-century artists, including the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood," "the Mackmurdo Bequest consisting principally of furniture, textiles and designs made by the Century Guild," and the Morris Collection, "fully representing the work of Morris and his circle." The catalogue is arranged as follows: Group A: Cartoons and original designs; Group B: Wallpapers; Group C: Ceramics and stained glass; Groups F and N: Textiles; Group G: Furniture; Group H: Personal relics; Group J: Manuscripts; and Group K: Books and book design. The catalogue also contains a select list of books, biographical notes, and an index of wallpaper and textile patterns. PRB-109

William Morris Society. A Handlist of the Public Address of William Morris to be Found in Generally Accessible Publications. Dublin, 1961. PRB-217

---. The Typographical Adventure of William Morris: An Exhibition. London: William Morris Society, 1958. PRB-796

William Morris, 1834-1896: Personlichkeit und Werk. [Text und Red., Sigrid Barten; Ubers., Sigrid Barten, Beatrice LeibundGut]. Zurich: Museum Bellerive, 1979. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museum Bellerive, May 23-Aug. 12, 1979. PRB-586

William Morris Today. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1984. Catalog of an exhibition held 3/1-4/29, 1984 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. PRB-585

Williamson, George Charles, 1858-1942. Holman Hunt. London: Bell, 1902. Missing pictures: p. 61-2. PRB-922

Willmott, Robert Eldridge Aris. English Sacred Poetry of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Holman Hunt, J. D. Watson, John Gilbert, J. Wolf, Frederick Sandys, ills. Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. London: Routledge: 1862. Bound in blue cloth boards with designs of flowers and leaves in gilt. PRB-617

Willoughby, Leonard Ashley. Dante Gabriel Rossetti and German Literature. A public lecture delivered in Hilary term, 1912, at the Taylor Institution, Oxford. London: Oxford UP, 1912. PRB-819

Winwar, Frances (pseud). Poor Splendid Wings: The Rossettis and Their Circle. Boston: Little Brown, 1933. PRB-154

Wise, Thomas James. A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Algernon Charles Swinburne. 2 vols. London: Printed for private circulation only by Cal, 1919-20. Contains two translations by George Moore of the poem Dolorida. "Of this book one hundred and twenty-five copies only have been printed." Device on recto of last leaf inscribed: The Ashley library. Privately printed. 1919-20. Ownership signature of Edwin Gilcher. PRB-399

---. John Ruskin and Frederick Denison Maurice on "Notes on the Construction of Sheepfolds." Ed. Thomas J. Wise. London: privately printed, 1896. "This is to certify that of this book thirty copies only have been printed." Colophon: Ashley Library. This work consists of an editor's preface explaining the background of this work, followed by six letters by either Ruskin or Maurice in which the arguments in Ruskin's Sheepfolds concerning the nature of the church and its membership are discussed. The work concludes with F. J. Furnivall's conclusion as well as notes concerning the founding of the Working Men's College (1854) and the printing and distribution of Ruskin's On the Nature of Gothic Architecture. PRB-13

---. A Swinburne Library: A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters. Collected by Thomas James Wise. London: Printed for private circulation only, 1925 (Edinburgh: Dunedin). Part of plates printed on both sides. "Of this book one hundred and seventy copies only have been printed upon antique paper." Device on recto of last leaf: The Ashley library. Privately printed, 1925. Contents: Pt.I The writings of Algernon Swinburne. Pt.II Swinburneiana. Index to the first edition. PRB-242

Wood, Christopher. The Dictionary of Victorian Painters. 2nd ed. Woodbridge, Eng.: Antique Collectors' Club, 1978. PRB-536

---. The Pre-Raphaelites. New York: Viking P, 1981. PRBF-14

Wood, Esther. Dante Rossetti and the Pre-Raphaelite Movement. London: Low, Marston and C, 1894. According to the author, this work is designed to "present the main features" of the Pre-Raphaelite movement "in their relation to the larger intellectual tendencies of the age, and to the moral principles which have determined the growth of taste and feeling in the nineteenth century. To this end I have avoided as far as possible the proper domain of the art critic, and endeavoured to deal with the Pre-Raphaelite movement more as an ethical than an æsthetic revolution." PRB-96

---. Dante Rossetti and the Pre-Raphaelite Movement. New York: Scribner, 1894 PRB-868

Wood, T. Martin. Drawings of Rossetti. London: Newnes, 1910? Title vignette. PRBF-4

Woolner, Thomas. My Beautiful Lady. London: Macmillan, 1863. Bookplate of A. B. Stevens. Original brown cloth. PRB-407

---. My Beautiful Lady. London: Macmillan, 1866. Author's signed presentation copy. PRB-920

---. My Beautiful Lady: Nelly Dale. London: Cassell, 1887. In verse. PRB-921

---. Poems: Nelly Dale, Children. London: Bell, 1887. PRB-841

---. Pygmalion. London: Macmillan, 1881. A narrative poem. PRB-309

---. Silenus. 1st ed. London: Macmillan, 1884. Original green cloth binding. PRB-305

---. Thomas Woolner, R. A., Sculptor and Poet: His Life in Letters Written by His Daughter Amy Woolner. New York: Dutton, 1917. PRB-784

---. Tiresias. London: Bell, 1886. Printed slip tipped onto front flyleaf: "From the author." PRB-383

Wright, Thomas. The Life of John Payne. London: Unwin, 1919. PRB-842