a much-overlooked artist, not least because her major work is on the upper walls of a village hall in far [depending where you are] Northumberland but worth a big detour.
Born into high society, her father being British ambassador to Paris, her elder sister married to Viscount Channing, Louisa fell for the dissolute Marquess of Waterford at the famous Eglinton Tournament and spent several years as a 'hunt widow' in Ireland until his lordship broke his neck in a riding accident..
Louisa retired to Ford in the far north of England, where she built and decorated the hall with instructional images [not murals because they are on paper]. Lots of them, many using local people and local animals as models.
The Hall is now a free museum. Home page - Lady Waterford Hall (ford-and-etal.co.uk)