THANKS AGAIN to Julie. After further investigation she determined that the work referred to as a portrait of ‘Miss Jane Austen’ in an 1887 publication should have been correctly titled ‘Portrait of Miss Jane Atkinson’ – somehow the wrong surname had been used. (To avoid potential misinformation, I have deleted my blog post suggesting Annie had painted a portrait of Jane Austen.)
Jane Atkinson was one of the main founding members of the Manchester Society of Women Painters in 1880. Newspaper snippets mention her being assistant secretary  and also that she was painting in Clovelly, Devon, with Annie and Isabel in spring 1882. 
This brings the total number of works by Annie for which there is a good-sized image to 122 (four or so of uncertain attribution), plus 13 for which there are only small, blurred images.
Also illustrated is a sculpture by Annie’s husband, Joseph, called Maternal Love, which is of a more intimate nature than his usual public work.
Thank you, Julie.
- The Guardian, 28 Sep 1880.
- The Artist and Journal of Home Culture, 1 Jul 1882, p209.