A Painted Lady

A Painted Lady

Reginald C[hurch?]

Punch, 27 January 1894, p. 45

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“O, Mummy dear, why did Papa say he was thinking of having you painted by Sir John Millais? I'm sure he couldn't do better than you do it Yourself. ”

“Ethel, dear, I think you had better go play in the Nursery with your little Brother!”

Scanned image and text by George P. Landow

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