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Kate Dwyer
Kate Dwyer

How beautiful; her eyes retained their colour...grey?  The pose of the statue give the impression that the young Miss is in a sitting position, which might account why she appears as a small child or dwarfed. Just a thought..also her left arm looks flaccid and left foot appears larger, all though all other areas are proportional/scaled. Is that a cane on the left side of the picture?

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