Art Museum

Charles Perugini Gallery

Charles Perugini was an Italian genre and portrait painter who later moved to England. His classical works, mostly featuring elegant ladies and sometimes with a romantic or humorous theme, were exhibited at the Royal Academy starting from 1863. The painter married Kate Dickens, daughter of Charles Dickens and widow of the Pre-Raphaelite painter Charles Allston Collins. Click on the following thumbnails to view Charles Perugini's works.

Untitled
1878
Dressing Up
Date unknown
In the Orangery
Date unknown
Peonies
Date unknown
Miss Helen Lindsay
Date unknown
Iseult
Date unknown
The Lizard Charmer
Date unknown
Greensleeves
Date unknown