In mom's living room, there hangs a portrait painted in India Ink by my Great Aunt Frida. From what my mom knows of the history, it was Frida's MFA Thesis or some such. Frida gave it to her as a wedding present when mom married Dad. All mom knew was that it was a reproduction of a Botticelli. She could never find a name or the original painting in any of the cataloger.
Well, today, my friend Jeff dragged me into Renaissance, the local New Age shop. Where I found a Renaissance calendar that I couldn't afford, but the woman hanging in mom's living room was in glorious color on the cover of the calendar.
A google search for the calendar and then an image search for the portrait later, Mom now knows that it's Portrait of a Young Woman
circa 1480 and it hangs in Berlin.
Now imagine her sketched in Inda Ink.