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  1. 31/12/2015 · Fanny Hunt (née Waugh) (1833-1866), was the first wife of William Holman Hunt; daughter of George Waugh. In December 1865 William Holman Hunt married Fanny Waugh, the daughter of a prosperous chemist. The following August they left England for the East but a cholera outbreak forced them to settle in Florence.

  2. 03/02/2011 · Waugh, Fanny (ENGLAND) BORN 1833 - DIED 20 Dec 1866, Firenze, Toscana GRAVE LOCATION Firenze, Toscana: Cimitero Degli Inglesi, Piazzale Donatello, 38 (next to Elizabeth Barrett Browning) Fanny Waugh was the daughter of a wealthy chemist in London. She was 32 years old when in 1865 she married the painter William Holman Hunt, who was 38 at the time.

  3. Fanny Waugh (born Dulany) was born on month day 1893. Fanny married Charles Emery Waugh on month day 1913, at age 19 at marriage place, Illinois. Charles was born on March 11 1890. They had 4 children. Fanny passed away on month day 1951, at age 57 at death place, Illinois. Documents of Fanny Waugh (born Dulany)

  4. Fanny Waugh Hunt, wife of artist William Holman Hunt, died before her husband had completed her portrait. The painting was begun in Florence, Italy, during late summer of 1866, where Fanny posed for Hunt behind a chair that concealed her pregnancy. Their son was born in October; Fanny died two months later of complications from the delivery.

  5. Hunt married twice. After a failed engagement to his model Annie Miller, in 1861 he married Fanny Waugh, who later modelled for the figure of Isabella. When, at the end of 1866, she died in childbirth in Italy, he sculpted her tomb at Fiesole, having it brought down to the English Cemetery in Florence, beside the tomb of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

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  7. Fanny Waugh - Biography. Isabella and the Pot of Basil is a painting completed in 1868 by William Holman Hunt depicting a scene from John Keats's poem of the same name.