Detail from the south aisle window at Hagley church designed by Henry Holiday for Powell's in 1876 (the same team responsible for the 1908 Crucifixion window nearby). On the right is Christ appearing to a startled Mary Magdalene, on the left a presumably Old Testament scene I've not yet been able to identify.
Girolamo Genga: St Mary of Magdalene. Copy after "Leda" by Leonardo da Vinci. Girolamo Genga worked in studio of Perugino along with Raphael. He worked in Florence, Siena and Urbino. His students seemed to be much more succsessful: Bronzino and Dosso Dossi in the list. The head of this lady is borrowed from a lost Leonardo masterpiece.