The Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul are known worldwide for their good works and unfortunately, for this would-be anonymous bar patron, they’re also instantly recognizable. The cornette, or starched headdress, was an iconic part of the Daughters of Charity habit until the mid-1960s. Several years later, Sally Field’s cornette-inspired antics as The Flying Nun ensured the habit’s enduring place in pop culture history. - WB
Will Bullas - Bar None
Release Year: 2007
Size: 14.25 x 11
Form: giclee on canvas
Edition Size: open edition hand signed by the artist
Product Code: BULBAF
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