Marie Cassavetti Zambaco (1843-1914)
British artist and model of Greek descent. She studied at the Slade School under Alphonse Legros and in Paris under Auguste Rodin.
In the 1880's she worked as a sculptor and the British Museum holds four of her medals. She exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1887 and at the Arts & Crafts Society in 1889, as well as the Paris Salon.
As a model she was favoured by the pre-raphaelites and sat for Edward Burne-Jones, James Whistler and Dante Rossetti.
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