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|Genre Painting, Prints, Etching and stipple engraving, painted in watercolour, 25.6x36.7 cm|
|Origin: France, 1807|
|Album: Series "Le Bon Genre", first quarter of the 19th century|
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Milliner's Approach to Mask Making
Borrowing materials and techniques from millinery, maskmaker Katherine Snider describes way to build lightweight, face hugging masks.
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