Julia Jackson was born in Calcutta to an Anglo-Indian family and when she was two her mother and her two sisters moved back to England. Her father followed them to England from India in 1855.
Julia Duckworth, 1870
Julia Jackson, 1867
Julia sat three times for Edward Burne-Jones: for The Princess Sabra Led to the Dragon (1866), for The Annunciation (1879) and for a Study of Woman's head (1873).
The Annunciation (1879)
The Princess Sabra Led to the Dragon (1866)
She also sat for George Frederic Watts, who made a portrait of Leslie Stephen as well.
Julia Duckworth 1870
Leslie Stephen, 1878