Hake and Compton-Rickett, Life and Letters, vol. 1, facing page 88.◦
Marillier, DGR: An Illustrated Memorial, 157-158.◦
Surtees, A Catalogue Raisonné, vol. 1, 123 (no. 218).
The whereabouts of this crayon drawing, which originally belonged to Watts-Dunton,
are unknown. It was said to be an illustration of a story by Watts-Dunton (“The Prisoner's
Daughter”), but as Marillier points out, this could not have been the original purpose of
the 1870 drawing, since DGR and Watts-Dunton's acquaintance dates from 1872.