There is a garden in her face Where roses and white lilies grow; A heav’nly paradise is that place Wherein all pleasant fruits do flow. There cherries grow which none may buy, Till “Cherry-ripe” themselves do cry. The first stanza of Thomas Campion’s poem “There is a Garden in Her Face”, a paean to a beautiful virginal girl. John Evereth Millais -Cherry Ripe- 1879; so youthinkyoucanseeJohn Everett Millais - Cherry Ripe (1879) soyouthinkyoucansee on tumblr.
Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant Garde - Tate Britain. Portrait of a girl (Sophie Gray) by John Everett Millais
Emilie LeBreton (1853-1929) married the wealthy Edward Langtry & entered London society after a portrait by Frank Miles. She became actress Lillie Langtry, the mistress of Edward VII (Albert Edward) (1841-1910). He appeared publicly with her at the theater & introduced her to his mother Queen Victoria (1819-1901). The relationship ended when he couldn't afford her: "I've spent enough on you to build a battleship," he complained. "And you've spent enough in me," she replied, "to float one".