The Simeon Solomon Research Archive is a repository of information about the nineteenth-century Anglo-Jewish artist Simeon Solomon (1840-1905). Its purpose is to encourage research into the work of Simeon Solomon, who until recently was still an obscure Victorian artist known only to those interested in Pre-Raphaelite studies. Over the past thirty years increased interest in the Pre-Raphaelites and Aesthetes, Jewish studies, and gender/gay/queer studies has generated a resurgence of information on Solomon and his work. The site also includes information about Solomon's artist siblings Abraham and Rebecca Solomon. Go to the links below to find out more.
The site is now in its nineteenth year (2000-2019) and is researched, edited and maintained by Dr. Carolyn Conroy and Dr. Roberto C. Ferrari. We have both spent many years studying Solomon's life and work.