As a result of the writer's success, scenes from the novels were also frequently taken as subjects for paintings, which could then be made reproduced in other formats.
Wax-headed doll in 'Dolly Varden' costume, dressed by Powell family, 1869, dark printed cotton dress over quilted petticoat of maroon silk; white hat with maroon ribbons. Museum no. T.26-1939
Florence Dombey in 'Captain Cuttle's Parlour'; by William Maw Egley, illustration of a scene from Dombey & Son by Charles Dickens, 1888, oil painting. Museum no. 1824-1900
Christmas card in the form of a small booklet with illustrations from Dombey & Son by Charles Dickens, printed by Alfred Crowquill, about 1870. Museum no. E.861-1955
'The grave of little Nell' by George Cattermole, 1867, watercolour. Museum no. F.53