The woodcut prototype for the present lithograph was believed, until this edition of ten lithographs was known, to be the only example of its type. Bussy attempted a portrait of Lady Ottoline Morrell in 1913 but abandoned the work. The original woodcut, almost certainly done from memory, became the basis of an oil portrait by Bussy conceived in 1920 and in the collection of the Tate Gallery, London. Bussy and his wife stayed with Lady Ottoline Morrell at Garsington in 1920 and again in 1921. The original woodcut on which the present lithograph is based is in the collection of The Provost and Scholars of King's College, Cambridge (see R. Shone, The Art of Bloomsbury: Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, London, 2002, p. 114, fig. 44).