The Garden of Eden

Hugh Goldwin Riviere explores the theme of love transgressing social barriers – a popular theme for the Victorian public.  Here we see a well-to- do woman and her lower social status companion as depicted by their clothes.

Is this Riviere’s work or a lower status copy?

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