Robert Braithwaite Martineau
The Knights Guerdon, 1864
A Lady with a Gold Chain and Earrings, 1861
Personal Note: Braithwaite Martineau was the master of the gaze, the eyes of his subjects draw you in and his attention to detail keeps you there, he is a lesser known Pre-Raphaelite but this is no reflection of his talent, I was recently looking at the first painting, which is part of the Ashmolean Collection Oxford, and the jewellery is quite exceptional as is the pile on the fabric she is resting on.
The gaze can be seen more clearly in one of my previous posts http://a-little-bit-pre-raphaelite.tumblr.com/post/98144054976/study-for-woman-of-san-germano-c-1864-robert