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Emily Maria Eardley ('Milly') Childers (1866-1922), Painter; daughter of Hugh Culling Eardley Childers

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Milly Childers exhibited at the Royal Society of Arts from 1894 to 1904. She was daughter of Hugh Culling Eardly Childers MP for Pontefract . (A portrait of him by his daughter is in the National Portrait Gallery collection, NPG 1631). Through her father's connections Milly was commissioned to paint 'A Scene on the Terrace of the House of Commons' in 1909, in which Sir Benjamin Stone appears.

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Emily Maria Eardley ('Milly') Childers

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 4 November 1909
NPG x19937

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Emily Maria Eardley ('Milly') Childers

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 4 November 1909
NPG x44610

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Emily Maria Eardley ('Milly') Childers

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 4 November 1909
NPG x44611

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