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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans)) (1819-1880), Novelist

Sitter associated with 12 portraits
Novelist; born Mary Ann Evans; of strong evangelical sympathies; translated Strauss's Life of Jesus, 1846, and other works; lived with G.H. Lewes from 1854; her great novels include The Mill on the Floss, 1860, Romola, 1862-3, Middlemarch, 1871-2, and Daniel Deronda, 1874-6; married a much younger American, J.W. Cross, 1880.

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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

replica by Francois D'Albert Durade
oil on canvas, (1849)
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by Laura Theresa (nee Epps), Lady Alma-Tadema
pencil, circa 1877
NPG 2211

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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by Laura Theresa (nee Epps), Lady Alma-Tadema
pencil, 1877
NPG 1758

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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen print
NPG x9049

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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, after Mayall
sepia postcard print, 1858 (copied 1870s)
NPG x126939

x9050

George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen cabinet card, 1870s-1900s
NPG x9050

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George Eliot (Mary Ann Cross (nee Evans))

by Paul Adolphe Rajon, after Sir Frederic William Burton
etching, (1865)
NPG D9729