This is to announce a display of drawings and photographs in the National Portrait Gallery's collection, depicting Jane, her husband and daughters, her friends and lovers - and four previously unshown images of Janey in rather funereal aspect, taken by Emery Walker at Kelmscott Manor in 1898 - funereal because it was the occasion when William Morris;' gravestone was installed in the churchyard and because despite the month of May, it was bitterly cold and wet, the house unheated and the roads too muddy for walking
The display in Room 28 opens on 12 November and runs till 12 March 2014. It includes two rarely-seen self-portraits by Rossetti, a fine drawing of Rosalind Howard by her husband, and several photos from Jane's own collection, including two of the self-regarding cad Wilfrid Blunt, which came from the estate of her daughter May, via May's executor who, when tasked with the disposal of what was effectively the Morris family archive, presented literary manuscripts and correspondence to the British Library, most drawings and sketches to the British Museum, jewellery and some art works to the V&A and a mass of portrait photographs to the NPG.
Link here http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/display/2013/janey-morris-pre-raphaelite-muse.php
and see here