Imogen Tedbury is the Simon Sainsbury Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery.
The pioneering advocate for women’s rights has inspired many attempts to catch her likeness and spirit – but what can these portraits tell us about her legacy?
The painting at Royal Holloway presents a more reflective side of the tireless campaigner
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