The bridal couple re-appear in an identical pose, in Changing Homes, see C.Wood, (op. cit. pl. 81), a large oil of 1862, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1863 (no. 703), and now in the Geffrye Museum, London. That picture was commissioned by the dealer Flatou for 500, and received fulsome praise in the Art Journal of I June 1863, (p. 111):
'Mr Hicks is a disciple in the Frith school. He glides smoothly over the surface of society; he depicts character with a point seasoned often by satire; and for execution no man is more brilliant. Changing Homes (703) is a subject quite to his taste. A bride in a drawing room, surrounded by bridesmaids and a dazzling galaxy, is a fertile topic on which to expatiate, and affords in the bridal robes, the general gay attire, and the wedding presents, favourable opportunity for the artist to display his dextrous touch'.