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Emma Sandys (1834-1877) British Painter

Portrait of a Girl by Emma SandysPortrait of a Girl

Emma Sandys(b.1843 in Norwich) was the second child of Anthony Sands, a jobbing painter, and the sister of Frederick Sandys. She was taught by her father and like her brother produced bust length portraits of women in an intense and detailed Pre-Raphaelite style. Sandys attracted a considerable number of of commissions for child portraits and exhibited portraits and female heads in oil and chalk drawings in Norwich and at the Royal Academy, when she moved to London in 1874.

Fiammetta by Emma SandysFiammetta, 1876

Emma Sandys The GarlandThe Garland, 1870

Emma Sandys Study of a HeadStudy of a Head, 1877

Emma Sandys violaViola, 1870

Emma Sandys ElaineElaine, 1863

Emma Sandys Girl in a HatGirl in a Hat, 1877

Emma Sandys Lady in a Yellow DressLady in a Yellow Dress

Emma Sandys

Portrait of a Lady by Emma SandysPortrait of a Lady, 1866

Revealing Her Hand by Emma SandysRevealing Her Hand

A Fashionable Lady by Emma SandysA Fashionable Lady, 1873

Reverie by Emma SandysReverie, 1873

Preparing for the Ball by Emma SandysPreparing for the Ball, 1867

Head of Emma by Emma SandysHead of Emma

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