New English Art Club. The NEAC was founded in 1886 as an exhibiting society. It was set up in opposition to the restrictive attitudes of the traditionalists within the Royal Academy , particularly towards the new art movements developing in France.
 Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema, Lady Alma-Tadema (née Epps; 1852 – 1909) was an English painter specialising in domestic and genre scenes of women and children. Eighteen of her paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy. Her husband, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, was also a painter.