The drawings are for sale on ebay. Here is what the seller has to say about Millicent L. Woodforde:
Millicent Lisle Woodforde 1880-1962. The illustrator and artist Millicent Woodforde is best known for her portrait of the composer Gustav Holst at work in his composing room at St. Paul's Girls' School (1910), which hangs in the National Portrait Gallery. She has other works in the Orleans House Gallery including a painting of the staircase at 10 Barnes Terrace, London, which was the home of Holst from 1910 to 1913. Presumably Woodforde and Holst were friends. Woodforde studied at the Académies Colarossi and Grande Chaumiere in Paris in 1904 and 1905. Almost all the drawings in our collection date from this period. The Académie Colarossi is an art school founded by the Italian sculptor Filippo Colarossi. First located on the Île de la Cité, it moved in the 1870s to 10 rue de la Grande-Chaumière in the VIe arrondissement of Paris, France. The Académie was established in the 19th century as an alternative to the government-sanctioned École des Beaux Arts that had, in the eyes of many promising young artists at the time, become far too conservative. Along with its equivalent Académie Julian, and unlike the official École, the Colarossi school accepted female students and allowed them to draw from the nude male model.