Woman by Woman

Siddal, Elizabeth Eleanor. Lady Affixing Pennant to a Knight’s Spear. 1856. Watercolour on paper. Tate Gallery, London.
Soloman, Rebecca. The Governess. 1854. Watercolour on paper. Private Collection.
Sandys, Emma. Preparing for a Ball. 1867. Oil on canvas. Private Collection, n.p.
Sandys, Emma. Elaine. Circa 1862 – circa 1865. Oil on canvas. Wightwick Manor, West Midlands, England.
Stillman, Marie Spartali. Girl Playing Music. 1844. Oil on canvas. Private Collection, n.p.

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