William Hole first exhibited his work at the Royal Academy in London (as opposed to the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh) in 1873. Between 1873-1887 he exhibited as W. T. Hole before changing to W. B. Hole in 1888 and, simply William Hole from 1889.
Please note that poetical quotations appear below only where works are not otherwise entitled.
|1874||1021||Guinevere’s ride to Almesbury|
|1885||129||The Fill of the Boats|
|784||Sheep-shearing in the Cheviots|
|1886||294||“If thou hadst known!”|
|1888||1630||“If thou hadst known!”|
|1889||1722||A Mill on the Yare (after J. Crome)|
|1890||1605||The Wood-Sawyers (after J.F. Millet)|
|1891||1619||The Jumping Horse (after John Constable, R.A.)|
|1892||524||The Canterbury Pilgrims|
|1475||The Shepherdess (after J.F. Millet)|
|1893||1366||Don Gaspar de Guzman, Count of Olivarez (after Velasquez)|
|1894||1381||Admiral Pulido Pareja (after Velasquez)|