Susan Langstaff Mitchell (1866 – 1926). Irish writer and poet, known for her satirical verse. She was a friend of the Yeats family and John B. Yeats painted the portrait you can see below. She worked as a journalist and became assistant editor of the Irish Homestead and from 1923 she was sub-editor at the Irish Statesman.
Titian-haired beauty, Susan L. Mitchell, described by W. B. Yeats as
'the nearest approach they have to a true poet', was friend of Lily
Yeats, Seumas O'Sullivan and Constance Markiewicz." https://www.woodfield-press.com/rebel.htm
- "She grew up a beautiful girl with curly red hair..." https://books.google.it/books…