• The definitive guide to Evelyn De Morgan's paintings. This catalogue raisonné lists all known works by the artist, with a full provenance of each work and includes a list of exhibitions, a chronology of her life and three essays. It has colour plates for around 80 of the artworks, presented in chronological order. Edited by Catherine Gordon with contributions by Andrew Michael, Judy Oberhausen and Patricia Yates. Originally published to accompany the exhibition of Evelyn De Morgan’s paintings at the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery, Bournemouth. 1997.
  • Why not help support the De Morgan Foundation Charity by becoming a Friend? For just £30 per year you can help to maintain, conserve, exhibit and care for this unique collection. Benefits include newsletters, invitations to events, and a welcome pack. If you prefer to join by Direct Debit, please click here.
  • We have a varied and popular programme of talks and lectures on the Victorian arts. These are broadcast over Zoom every Friday at 12noon or 7pm and you can see the programme on our What’s On page. However, we know that not everyone can make it at this time. If you’d like to watch in your own time, you can buy the recording. ENTER CODE “LECTURE21” FOR FREE SHIPPING
  • Ten assorted postcards, choose William, Evelyn or mixed! Presented in a cellophane wrapper, so you can buy these for yourself or as a lovely gift for a friend.
  • An introductory guide to William and Evelyn De Morgan and the De Morgan Collection. This guide provides a historical background to the couple, their influences and their artistic endeavours, featuring full colour images, a timeline and the provenance of the collection. A must-have for De Morgan fans and all those interested in 19th-century art and ceramics. This Third Edition of the glossy booklet features revised text and higher quality images. Published by the De Morgan Foundation in 2016.
  • The definitive guide to William De Morgan's tile designs, which documents the artist’s work from the start of his career in Chelsea in 1872, to the closure of De Morgan & Co. in 1907. It features three essays by Elisabeth Aslin, Jon Catleugh and Alan Caiger Smith, which cover De Morgan’s achievements, tile designs and technical innovations. The publication contains over 250 illustrations, with 24 colour pages. Published by Richard Dennis. 1991. ISBN: 978-0903685276
  • Did you know that William De Morgan was the son of a mathematician and was inspired by the beauty of geometry to create his designs? The De Morgan Foundation's touring exhibition 'Sublime Symmetry' focusses in depth on this aspect of William De Morgan's work. This accompanying publication gives a detailed insight into the mathematics behind De Morgan's designs, with colour reproductions of the exhibits. With contributions from Dr June Barrow Green, London Mathematical Society, Professor Robb McDonald, University College London, and an extended essay by Sarah Hardy, De Morgan Foundation. Published by the De Morgan Foundation in 2016.
  • Take home your favourite Evelyn De Morgan painting as a keepsake magnet for your fridge. Choose from Night and Sleep, Ariadne at Naxos or Boreas and Oreithya. Or, if you can't choose, take all three!
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    Spread some festive cheer with a De Morgan bauble. Hand painted with William De Morgan's beautiful deer design in red and gold, this stunning piece isa must-have addition to any tree.
  • This BBB design will brighten up any De Morgan fan's kitchen. BBB is wonderfully bright and intricate pattern which William De Morgan designed specifically for kitchens. It's time to brighten your kitchen with this 100% cotton tea-towel
  • There's no better memento for a visit to the De Morgan Collection than this tile magnet. In William De Morgan's signature greens and blues, this beautiful 'BBB' design was commissioned by stove makers Barnard, Bishop and Barnard and will look as well on your fridge as it did in 19th-century hearths.
  • William De Morgan's beatiful and intricate BBB design of blue carnations and scrolling foliage covers this plush soft canvas bag, with statement blue handles and a polyester lining. Stand out from the crowd with this wonderful statement piece.
  • Add some colour to your coffee break with this William De Morgan Flamingo design ceramic mug. If you can bear to give it away, it comes in a matching box which makes it the ideal gift for any Arts and Crafts Movement fan.
  • A beautifully wrapped and gorgeous smelling handmade soap. With natural fragrances, it's like being in the rose garden in De Morgan's painting.  
  • The perfect gift for any De Morgan fan! This durable apron features William De Morgan's beautiful BBB design, which he made to be installed around the stove. Have your own De Morgan piece to brighten up your time at the stove!
  • Perfect for your pocket or handbag, this unlined BBB Design notebook can be used for doodles, sketches, notes or as a journal. Take De Morgan with you everywhere.
  • Discover how Evelyn De Morgan's paintings of hope have had an enduring relevance in the 21st century in the De Morgan Foundation's latest publication 'Artist of Hope'. This book supports the eponymous exhibition at Towneley Hall in Burnley which invited local community groups to reflect on the Covid-19 pandemic and how, above all else, they held onto hope for better days ahead throughout the lockdowns. With full-colour illustrations of 11 paintings from the exhibition and accompanying essays by Sarah Hardy, De Morgan Curator, Richenda Roberts, an Art Historian specialising in art and war, and Alison Cooper, Assistant Curator at Towneley Hall, this book is perfect for exhibition visitors, or those hoping to learn more from afar.  
  • Introduce a friend to De Morgan, or grab a gift for yourself. A beautiful boxed mug, A6 notebook, magnet (may vary from image), and a coloured and HB pencil are included in this lovely pack.