The daughter of a clergyman, Emily Mary Osborn studied art in London privately and at Dickinson's Academy, perhaps also in Munich. By the age of seventeen, she was exhibiting at the Royal Academy; soon she was receiving commissions, and one of her paintings, Nameless and Friendless, was purchased by Queen Victoria. — Rupert Maas
Maas, Rupert. British Pictures. London: The Maas Gallery. 2006. Catalogue number 61.
Nunn, Pamela Gerrish. "Gone but not Forgotten. "Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies. 21 no. 1 (2016): 58-71.
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