Some of the paintings she sat for are Joli Coeur, A Christmas Carol and The Beloved (she is the left-hand bridesmaid).
According to George Boyce’s diary, a soldier, who probably objected to Smith's beauty being admired by others, cut her face to ribbons and disfigured her so badly she could not model anymore. She eventually married a cabbie and returned to Boyce to offer her services as a laundress.
The Beloved (Smith is the bridesmaid on the left)
A Christmas Carol (1867), D G Rossetti
Pastel portrait by D. G. Rossetti
Portrait by G. P. Boyce
Joli Coeur (1867), D G Rossetti