A new picture of the Jersey-born mistress of the Prince of Wales - the future King Edward VII - has been hung in the island's museum.
Lillie Langtry was born in Jersey in 1853
The picture of Jersey actress Lillie Langtry, by Sir John Lavey, has been loaned to the Heritage Trust by local collector David Gainsborough-Roberts.
It shows her dressed as a bacchante, the creature which accompanies Bacchus the god of wine.
It was drawn in 1889 at the Glasgow Art Club's Grand Costume Ball.
Langtry was born in 1853 - the only daughter of the Rev William Corbet le Breton, the Dean of Jersey, in the Channel Islands.
She was a celebrity of her day with friends including Oscar Wilde and James McNeil Whistler.