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Head of a woman in a frilled cap
An example of Bray's interest in distinctive heads, hairstyles and headgear, which is evident in the group from which it comes. The lady, who may be a relative, is wearing a 'butterfly cap', fashionable in the 1770s.
Gabriel Bray (1750-1823)
Original size: 89 mm x 105 mm
- Image reference: PT2049
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London