Portrait of May Sartoris, painted at Westbury by Frederick Leighton
There are two buildings in the painting. The windmill on the hill was almost certainly Marland's Mill which sits on a hill a mile north of the village and which couldn't be seen from Westbury House.
The second building is the tower of a church. It is certainly not the church of East Meon. It is most likely that the church tower is that of West Meon's previous church.
Friendship and Loss in the VIctorian Portrait, in which Malcolm Warner describes the portrait of May Sartoris, one of the prize possessions of the Kimbell Gallery in Fort Worth, Texas