Thanks to Comfortablyblue for directing my attention to episode 2 of Desperate Romantics on YouTube!
Millais was quite distracted while painting Lizzie, by thoughts of Effie as Ophelia:
Meanwhile, the candles have all gone out on poor Lizzie:
After she has healed, she goes back into the water and finishes the painting:
And then promptly dives in face-first with Rossetti:
Lizzie sees Millais' painting for the first time:
My only real objection in this episode is the fact that they chose to make Ruskin appear to be more obsessed with extremely curvaceous and buxom interpretations of womanhood. In both last episode and this, you see him secretly looking at sketches of full-figured women in intimate positions. In reality, however, it was quite the opposite...he was obsessed with the very young, almost pre-puberty female body, and specifically, the hairless nether-regions. However much I may understand why they wouldn't want to put this in a tv show (his proclivities are as repulsive now as they were then), I hope people don't get the wrong idea of Ruskin as a result.
But again, a rolicking good show, quite enjoyable!