the better image of Evelyn de Morgan's chalk portrait, as promised.
Georgie Burne Jones recalled the day in 1876 when she received a note from 'poor Janey at Horrington House' asking for the address of a doctor 'because Jenny had fainted suddenly and frightened her very much'. This was perhaps the first major seizure.
By 1901 Georgie reported that Jenny 'now never speaks without being spoken to .. and seldom smiles'. And six years later, after a visit to Kelmscott, Georgie added that 'a week in Jenny's company' had made her understand Janey's situation 'as I never did before.'