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    • Royal scribe Hesire

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    • A pleated loincloth girdled to the waist. In Egyptian art the standing figure is divided into eighteen rows of squares as follows: top of forehead to base of neck, two rows; neck to knees, ten rows; knees to feet, six rows. One row is equal to a...
    • Ann Virginia (Jennie) Cather Ayre

    • Ayre, Ann Virginia (Jennie) Cather, 1853-1877
    • Studio portrait of Ann Virginia (Jennie) Cather Ayre, Willa Cather's paternal aunt. Her face is turned in a three-quarter profile. The front of her hair is pulled back except for a ringlet on her forehead, and she wears a cross necklace on a...
    • Plum, The

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    • Hat styles change frequently. This hat of the late 1870s is lower and covers the forehead
    • Poiret gown

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. Influenced by the Ballet Russe, Poiret introduces brilliant and strongly contrasting color. This draped kimono coat is revolutionary in its color and line. A small fitted hat is low on the forehead
    • Hat

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. The hat fits well down on the forehead. Ostrich plumes give it height
    • Gibson Girl

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    • From Sketches and Cartoons. A Gibson Girl in the full hairstyle of 1898. To cover the forehead, it is drawn to one side. This line is sometimes called a teapot handle
    • Empress Theodora and her retinue, detail

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    • A jeweled collar finished in pear-shaped pearls is on top of the Empress paludamentum. Hair is set low on the forehead and wrapped in pearls and precious stones. This is the Byzantine crown with its long pearl drops. The earrings are made of pearl...
    • Archangel Gabriel

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    • In this late Byzantine example, ribbons are laced through the hair, the ends, hanging free. Normally hair is braided and arranged to encircle the head, then wrapped in ribbons. Usually hair covers the forehead. A veil is often draped over the hair
    • Madonna dei Denti

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    • Detail. Long, loose hair enclosed in a sheer barbette. A second sheer band covers the forehead, also serving to hold the barbette in place
    • Jeanna de Bourbon

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    • A classic example of the sideless gown. The plastron is attached in front. From the kirtle underneath the funnel-shaped sleeves fall over the hands. Hair is now covered with jeweled cases. Notice the higher forehead line
    • Countess of Leicester

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    • In another baroque gown of Spanish influence, a white and gold brocade in a large-scale pattern emphasizes the vertical slash of the upper sleeve and the opening at the center front. This gives the gown a coatlike appearance. The hat is a...
    • Portrait of a young man

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    • Hair is drawn forward and carefully curled on the forehead. Sideburns are long. Tied in an unusual manner, the cravat ends in a bow. Notice the earrings
    • Evening dress

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    • Gathered lace at the hem is finished with a bouquet of blue roses. Blue roses hold a wide lace collar at the shoulder. Hair is arranged in moderate-sized curls which are placed obliquely across the forehead. The beret turban is of blue and rose...

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