Posted by: Joel Moss Levinson | June 11, 2009

1515 German Painting of a bunch of Tyra Banks’s

Check it out – this picture is from the Chicago Art Institute, and it’s of a bunch of ladies and saints as depicted in Germany in 1515. Notice what they have in common? They all have Tyra Banks forehead.

And I’m guessing they all were just as self-centered. Just look at those smug little halos.

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  1. made me laugh:) Tyra would have been way poplular in the 15th century, they were all about the big forehead.
    cheers
    sevenstarwheel


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