Further Reading

<em>As a Decrepit Father Takes Delight</em>

Sir John Gilbert, As a Decrepit Father Takes Delight (from Shakespeare's Sonnet XXXVII).

"British Artists: Their Style and Character, with Engraved Illustrations, no. XXVII–John Gilbert." The Art-Journal 19 (August 1857): 241–43.

Sir John Gilbert.” Aldine 8, no. 8 (1877): 239, 241.

Oldcastle, John. “Our Living Artists: Sir John Gilbert, R.A.” Magazine of Art 1 (1878): 131-34.

Oldcastle, John. “Sir John Gilbert, R.A.” In Some Modern Artists and Their Work, edited by Wilfred Meynell pp. 17–20. New York: Cassell & Co., 1883.

[F. G. Stephens]. “Sir John Gilbert, R.A.” The Athenaeum, no. 3650 (October 9, 1897): 494-95.

“Sir John Gilbert. Death.” The New York Times, October 30, 1897, p. 1.

Lee, Charles. “Sir John Gilbert, R.A.” The Leisure Hour 47 (1897-98): 424–29.

Stephens, F. G. [F.G.S.] “Sir John Gilbert.” The New Volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 10th ed. Edinburgh and London: A. & C. Black, 1902–3. Vol. 28, pp. 727–72. Reprinted 11th ed., 1910,    Vol. 12, p. 8.

Gilbert, John Thomas, Douglas Hyde, and D. J. O’Donoghue. Catalogue of the Books & Manuscripts Comprising the library of the Late Sir John T Gilbert. London, 1918.

Ormond, Richard. “Victorian Story-Teller in Paint: Sir John Gilbert.” Country Life 140 (August 18, 1966), 400–3.

Bucklow, Spike, and Sally Woodcock, eds. Sir John Gilbert: Art and Imagination. Burlington, VT: Lund Humphries, 2011.


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