Frances Mary Lavinia Polidori
(1800-1886)

woman

Died aged 85

Frances Mary Lavinia Polidori, later Rossetti, of London (27 April 1800 – 8 April 1886), was a scholar, daughter, wife, sister and mother of important writers and artists; she was the governess of her four children. She was also a model of the paintings of her son Dante. Some photographic portraits, by Lewis Carroll, in which he appears with his family in the Victorian era, are permanently displayed at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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