Painting oddly titled "Auntie’s Best Bonnet" (1905-1917) by Beatrice Offor (b.1864- d.1920). Born in Kent, England, Offor attended the Slade School of Art. The Slade was the first English art school to give students opportunities to study from the life model. Along the male students, women were allowed to participate on equal terms. Beatrice Offor's paintings were exhibited by the Royal Academy. She also worked as an illustrator. (Info fr http://beatriceoffor.com.au/ab.