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"Portrait of a Woman of the Hofer Family", c. 1470, by an unknown artist. "The sitter's family is identified by the inscription (born a Hofer), although her precise identity is unknown. She holds a forget-me-not, presumably for remembrance. On her headdress is a fly, either a symbol of mortality or a reminder of the artist's skills of illusion. The artist worked in Southern Germany; the portrait probably dates from about 1470."
TBD: Objective- Students will practice drawing drapery as well as discovering the effect perspective has on a given pattern. Students should avoid using tone to differentiate the form, and instead use line and pattern breaks. Example: ofra lapid - bed drawings