Additional and higher-quality images have been added for:
- An Italian Mother and Child.
- This painting puzzles me. Obviously a high-quality work characteristic of Annies earlier portraits and studies, but with some details of lesser quality, such as the child’s eye and details in the lower right part of the picture. Did Annie try to ‘improve’ it later on, when her eyesight was deteriorating? As it was bequested to Manchester Art Gallery on her death in 1933, it appears to have remained in her posession since creation in 1888.
- A little boy with a Shetland pony.
- Cupid and Psyche.