80 oil paintings

800 drawings

600 ceramics

by feminist, Spiritualist artists William and Evelyn De Morgan

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Artwork in Focus

Flamingo and Carnation Tile

by William De Morgan (1882 – 1888)


“This is truly one of De Morgan’s most accomplished designs” says Director of the De Morgan Museum, Sarah Hardy, in this week’s blog.



The collection is available to visit in exhibitions at museums and galleries across the globe. Each has been carefully curated to highlight a particular artwork, or to delve deeper into the themes and social issues important to the artists which shaped their artworks and lives.

‘A Family of Artists’

at the De Morgan Museum, Cannon Hall, Barnsley, S75 4AT

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Explore Evelyn De Morgan’s family home and the influence of her artist uncle, John Roddam Spencer-Stanhope

Decoration or Devotion?

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village, Surrey, GU3 1DQ

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Discover why the De Morgans both imbued their artworks with symbols and cultural signifyers.

Look Beneath the Lustre

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, WV6 8EE

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Visitors will delight in discovering how the De Morgans made their beautiful artworks.

Artist of Hope

Towneley Hall, Burnley, BB11 3RQ

Until 30th May 2022

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Evelyn De Morgan’s symbolic paintings of WWI are reinterpreted by NHS staff on the front line of the pandemic

Our events are held online, over Zoom. Click the links below to watch recording of events you have missed, or book tickets to future events.

Italy and the De Morgans

21 January 2022 | 12.00pm


 Evelyn De Morgan’s Revision of Greek Myths

4 February 2022 | 12.00pm


Love is in the Air

18 February 2022 | 12.00pm



Enjoy learning more about the life and art of the De Morgans in our series of talks and lectures, with Curator, Sarah Hardy, and sometimes with special guests.