Early art photographers took their cues from painters, who often portrayed their nudes in classic Roman or Greek styles, paying lip service to antiquity to lend dignity to nudity. This photo is an homage to that style, featuring nude woman seated with a simple sheer drape across her body. The photo is 8" x 10", with a cream-colored matte. It was printed in sepia tones, just barely highlighting the model's red hair. The frame is an 11" x 14" antique, whose age I estimate as c. 1940. Total size is 12.5" x 15"