Below are some highlights from that short visit. Click on images to enlarge.
I wrote about Board here, noting that this painting has interested my for a long time. It hangs in the entrance area of the museum and is covered by protective material that's reflective, preventing getting a decent photo of it. Seeing it in person was the main motivation for my visit.
Directly opposite is this huge work depicting an aspect of the Empire at its zenith.
Its information plaque notes that Talmage mostly painted landscapes. Nevertheless, this is an eye-catching work.
One of a series of four paintings crafted to fit in a room of the patron's house. It seems that Burne-Jones painted a second version of The Garden Court, as the museum does not have the original.
The museum has above-average lighting, so my iPhone-based photos capture what I saw well. This painting was restored recently, so its colors are brighter than those in the previous, Web-based image of the Bristol painting.
Hughes was associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
It looks much better in its frame than in the previous, Interned-based image.