Lips that lover has never kissed;
Taper fingers and slender wrist;
Hanging sleeves of stiff brocade;
So they painted the little maid.
Physician and poet Oliver Wendell Holmes was so taken with this portrait of his great-grandmother as a "young girl in antique costume, which made her look at first sight almost like a grown woman," that he wrote a poem dedicated to it, "Dorothy Q: A Family Portrait."