ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON and ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON AT WEMMERGILL.

Image: http://www.tate.org.uk. Elizabeth Williamson. Medium: oil on canvas. Dimensions: 320 x 360 mm (0.12 m²). History: dated 1906; owned by art historian and expert on Annie Swynnerton, Susan Thomson; 'Presented by Chris Thomson, in memory of Susan Thomson 2013.' Location: Tate, with a detailed essay on the web page. Image: http://www.tate.org.uk. Elizabeth Williamson at Wemmergill. …

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NEW-RISEN HOPE (Tate) and NEW-RISEN HOPE (National Gallery of Victoria).

Photo/image: Jonathan Russell/www.ngv.vic.gov.au. There are two versions of this image, one in the Tate, London (left) and one in the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (right). Publications dating to the period in which the paintings were first exhibited refer to the image as 'Risen Hope' or just 'Hope.' NEW-RISEN HOPE (TATE). Photos: Jonathan Russell. …

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