F.W.J. Schelling was a leading German Idealist philosopher whose works span seven decades from the 1790s to the 1850s. The creative ambition of his systematic constructions, encompassing everything from nature, art, religion and mythology is matched only by its rigour. For general online introductions to Schelling’s thought, see the following (however, also check out the Resources section which contains links to recent specialist publications, bibliographies and other online material):
Andrew Bowie, ‘Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling’, in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
S.B. Das, ‘Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling’, in The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
A brief history of Schelling’s reception in the English language is available on this website here.