The Art of John Byam Shaw



John Byam Shaw (1872-1919) is an English artist associated with the Golden Age of



The John Byam Shaw Collection at Spirit of the Ages includes art images from some of Shaw's seminal work. As a valuable reference resource, options are also provided for purchasing a range of gifts, including reproduction prints, posters and greeting cards.


Byam Shaw studied at the Royal Academy Schools and worked in a variety of media, including oils, watercolours, pastels, pen and ink. In addition to producing a large

number of paintings, he also contributed to illustrated books through commissioned

work. In his later career, he established the Byam Shaw School of Art and influenced the

development of many artists, including Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale.


We invite you to take the time to peruse the wonderful artwork from John Byam Shaw that is included in the Collection - to view images from any one of Shaw's suites or paintings listed below, simply 'click' on the hyperlinks embedded within the titles and the images.



Above, we show a vintage

photograph of John Byam Shaw



The Garden of Kama

24 images


1 image

The Woman, the Man

and the Serpent

1 image

Rising Spring

1 image



The Triumph of Love

1 image

Now is Pilgrim fair Autumn's charge

1 image

Angels in a Basilica

1 image

Diana of the Hunt

1 image



The Blessed Damosel

1 image