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License this image. The theme was inspired by the emigration of the sculptor Thomas Woolner, a fellow Pre-Raphaelite , who left for the goldfields of Australia in July In the same year, , emigrants left Britain to seek their fortune overseas. Brown himself, hardly able to make a living from his art, was contemplating emigrating to India when he began work on The Last of England. As the main focus of the picture he chose a middle-class couple, 'high enough, through education and refinement, to appreciate all they are now giving up, and yet depressed enough in means to have to put up with the discomforts and humiliations incident to a vessel "all one class". Beneath her shawl the woman cradles a small baby, whose tiny hand modelled on that of Brown's own child is just visible, grasping its mother's hand. The models for the figures were the artist himself and his second wife, Emma. The father's brooding expression betrays his anxiety and apprehension at the voyage ahead, while the mother's serene features convey her trust and sense of resignation.