oil portrait of punk girl with blue mohawk

private collection.

(1523 – 1564) Second daughter to the Duke and Duchess of Scovelica, she very rarely did much of anything beyond hunting or pursuing the other outdoor activities she so loved. Despite her beauty and family attempts at turning her into a ‘dignified lady’, she tried with great effort to mask her femininity. She swore like a sailor, preferred the hardest of liquor and loved to roll around in dirt with her five wolfhounds. Though pursued by eligible men in the horse and hound set, she would never marry.

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