Painting in oil of Mrs Minnie Horniman, Frederick Horniman's second wife, and her two young daughters, Minifred Louisa and Erica. Minnie is standing, dressed in a floor length white gown bound at the waist with a blue sash, with a necklace. One of her daughters is seated to her left wearing a red dress and working on a garland of flowers. Standing to her right is the other daughter, wearing a floor length white dress with a white sash loosely tied at the waist, the ends hanging down. She holds a container of roses in her right hand. They are depicted on a balcony with a red curtain to the right, a balustrade to the left, and sky and foliage above. Framed.
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