Dinara, 11×14″ oil on canvas.
private collection.

Dinara of Terra (1490 – 1560) Known for having the ability to possess both a serene dignity, and crassness matched only by drunken rouges, she was able to balance her duties as a Lady while indulging her rebellious nature. It was said the aura of graciousness could lessen even the most audacious remark or action. Perhaps this is why the 3rd Earl of Luc found himself proposing marriage, even after thwarted attempts and sarcastic insults; such as one evening when Dinara stated curtly at a dinner party, ‘I hear that all Earls have tiny penises, do you find this to be true?’ Whether true or not, three children would come as a result of their nuptials.