One of two portraits Annie is known to have painted of Dame Millicent. From photographs of Dame Millicent, this is not such a good likeness, the lower part of the face being too narrow. The screen in the background is in different positions in the two versions, and she also appears to be wearing different rings (quill version left, Tate version right).
Listed in Annie’s posthumous studio sale catalogue, “[Lot] 82 PORTRAIT OF DAME MILLICENT FAWCETT, in academical gown 29 in. by 24 in.”
(The Tate version, aquired in 1930, is a slightly larger work.)
- Media: oil on canvas.
- Dimensions: 737 x 610 mm (0.45 m²).
- History: assumed to be same work (same dimensions) as that listed in Annie’s posthumous studio sale catalogue, “82 PORTRAIT OF DAME MILLICENT FAWCETT, in academical gown 29 in. by 24 in”; briefly listed online 26 Aug 2021, then taken down, relisted 1 Jul 2022.
- Location: Richard Taylor Fine Art.