There are lots of ways to enjoy De Morgan from home. The collection is available to search or browse at your leisure on a range of platforms, or there are talks and tours of specific galleries or topics so you can always discover something new.

Curator, Sarah Hardy, lists her top picks for a digital De Morgan experience.

1. Online Events

I began these talks on the first day of lockdown and they have been so popular that I am still running them. Every Friday, usually at 12noon, you can join me to discover something brilliant about the Victorian Art World. Have a look at our What’s On page to find out how to book your place.

Book tickets

2. Google Arts and Culture

This brilliant platform features all of Evelyn and William De Morgan’s oil paintings and some William De Morgan Ceramics. You can arrange the paintings by artists, date, and even colour, to see groups of pictures together that you simply can’t in our galleries. You can also zoom to 100x so the detail is microscopic and it is a brilliant way to explore the artworks. We’d never let you get this close in real life!

3. Art UK

The UK’s number 1 platform for public collections lists all of the paintings in the De Morgan Collection, alongside paintings by the De Morgans in other public collections. It really is the best place to see all Evelyn De Morgan pictures together.

Browse the Collection on Art UK

Art UK also has articles and features written by our volunteers and staff from other institutions relating to the De Morgans. Why not discover Evelyn De Morgan’s mythological women in Hannah’s latest article?

Read the Article

4. Educational activities

If you’re struggling with homeschooling, or looking for something a little different, you can download our free educational resources. Using art as a platform for other subjects can be really engaging and help those who don’t feel so academic to understand difficult subjects.

5. Online Collections Search

The full De Morgan collection of paintings, drawings and ceramics is available online on our website. You can browse by keyword or artist, to discover things that you never knew we had! Even when our museums are open, we only ever have about 50% of the collection on display so this is a real ‘behind the scenes’ opportunity.

Search the Collection

6. Audio guides

Ditch the daily podcast or playlist to listen to art works! A really relaxing and engaging way to enjoy our artworks is with these audio clips, which describe the artworks in rich and beautiful detail, whilst also telling you some little know facts about them. Find our collection on audio guides on the SoundCloud app to enjoy them anywhere.

7. Virtual tours

You can read an in depth introduction to each exhibition at our partner sites, see the highlights on display, and download the full, beautifully illustrated exhibition guide on our website. It really is almost as good as a visit!

A Family of Artists at Cannon Hall
Decoration or Devotion? At the Watts Gallery
Look Beneath the Lustre at Wightwick Manor


So… how well were you listening? Over the first lockdown, we partnered with The Guardian to create a yet taxing arty guessing game. Test your De Morgan knowledge with this quick quiz.