Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale was a Pre-Raphaelite revivalist rather than a true Pre-Raphaelite — she was born in 1871 and lived until 1945.
Brickdale is credited with reviving the Pre-Raphaelite style of painting at the end of the 19th century and was considered “the last survivor of the late Pre-Raphaelite painters.” According to one source, “It cannot be said that Pre-Raphaelitism is dead while Miss Fortescue Brickdale is alive – at least Pre-Raphaelite in the spirit if not in the letter, though in many points also in that.”
—Andréa Fernandes,writng in Mental Floss
The banner at the top of my blog is a detail from one of her paintings, “The Deceitfulness of Riches”.
“The Uninvited Guest” is in a private collection.