Here's a nice painting with some literary connections -- it's called Girl Reading, by Vanessa Bell, who as I'm sure you all know was Virginia Woolf's sister. I suspect it's a picture of her daughter Angelica Garnett, who died earlier this year. Angelica's father was not Vanessa's husband Clive Bell, though she did not discover this fact till she was 18, when she learned she was the daughter of the painter Duncan Grant. When she was 24, Angelica married the 50 year old David Garnett, who had been her biological father's lover, and who had been present at her birth, after which he declared his intention of marrying her when she grew up. Phew.
You can read her own version of these events in her memoir, Deceived with Kindness: A Bloomsbury Childhood (1984). And among David Garnett's novels is his 1922 Lady into Fox.