All Benjamin Robert Haydon 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z




Choice ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
62841 Christ's Entry into Jerusalem  Christ's Entry into Jerusalem   1814-20 Oil on canvas, 396 x 457 cm Mount St Mary's Seminary, Cincinnati Haydon was impelled by strong personal faith to undertake his uncommissioned religious canvases. The years of labour he expended on them helped to ruin him. It was his aim to cast out doubt as well as win fame, and in Christ's Entry into Jerusalem, he addressed the issue of doubt directly, assembling past rationalists and sceptics like Voltaire and his own more devout friends like Wordsworth among the watching crowd. Their varied reactions to Christ's appearance amount to a debate on faith. Artist: HAYDON, Benjamin Robert Title: Christ's Entry into Jerusalem , painting Date: 1801-1850 English : religious
44109 Christ-s Entry into Jerusalem  Christ-s Entry into Jerusalem   1814-20 Oil on canvas, 396 x 457 cm
73463 Oil painting of William Smeal addressing the Anti-Slavery Society at their annual convention  Oil painting of William Smeal addressing the Anti-Slavery Society at their annual convention   Oil painting of William Smeal addressing the Anti-Slavery Society at their annual convention cjr
28153 Punch or May Day  Punch or May Day   1829 oil on canvas 150.5 x 185.1 cm (59 1/4 x 72 1/2 in) Tate Gallery London (mk63)
28152 The Mock Election  The Mock Election   1828 Oil on canvas 142 x 183cm (56 x 72 in) Royal Collection (mk63)
32791 William Wordsworth  William Wordsworth   mk81 1842
28154 Wordsworth on Helvellyn  Wordsworth on Helvellyn   1842 Oil on canvas 124.5 x 99.1 cm (49 x 39 in) National Portrait Gallery London (mk63)