Her face is from a 1595 painting entitled Portrait
of Antonietta Gonzalez by Lavinia Fontana. Antonietta (as well as her father, two
sisters and other family members) had "hypertrichosis" (aka “werewolf syndrome”), a rare genetic disorder that causes an abnormal
amount of hair to grow on the body, including the face. Antonietta and her sisters became famous because of their condition, and were subject to much public scrutiny, including medical investigations and portrait sittings.