The Dalziel Brothers intended Dalziels' Bible Gallery: Illustrations from the Old Testament... (1881) to be a fine Victorian example of the picture Bible. As it happened, it was finally issued as Biblical illustrations sans Bible. (There's also a later edition with additional plates, called Art Pictures from the Old Testament.) The publishers commissioned an impressive line-up of mid- and late-Victorian painters to contribute illustrations: Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, William Dyce, Arthur Boyd Houghton, William Holman Hunt, Frederick Leighton, Edward John Poynter, Anthony Frederick Sandys, Simeon Solomon, and G. F. Watts.
- The Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery collection includes a number of preparatory studies, watercolors, and engravings by Edward Burne-Jones and Simeon Solomon.
- Speaking of Birmingham, they have many more engravings in their newly-digitized Pre-Raphaelite collection (no direct link--search for "Dalziels' Bible Gallery").
- The Tate has engravings by Frederick Leighton and Edward Poynter.
- Norwich Castle Museum has an engraving by Frederick Sandys.
- What the book looked like (scroll down for Art Pictures from the Old Testament).
- The Dalziels discuss their problems in getting the book together.