Photos: Jonathan Russell.

Probably in the area of Lake Nemi in the Alban Hills, near Rome, where Annie spent time exploring with her husband, family and friends. (Information from notice by painting, Manchester Art Gallery.)

The painting was donated to Manchester Art Gallery, along with works by other artists, by Dr. Jane Harriett Walker, CH, LLD, LRCP, LRCSE, MD, 1859-1938, a tuberculosis treatment pioneer who eventually served on many research, medical and government advisory committees. Jane was also and active suffrage campaigner from the early days of the movement and was a close friend of Millicent Garrett Fawcett (painted by Annie).

  • Medium: oil on canvas.
  • Dimensions: 1191 x 843 mm (1.00 m²).
  • History: painted c. first decade of 1900s (notice by painting in Manchester Art Gallery); bequeathed to Manchester Art Gallery by Dr Jane Walker, CH, LLD, 1939; exhibited Manchester Art Gallery, 23 Feb 2018 to 6 Jan 2019.
  • Location: Manchester Art Gallery.


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