1. How did you first get interested in this image?
2. What did you first notice about this image?
3. How might someone new to analyzing images begin to understand this image?
4. What other information would help you make sense of this image?
5. What did you first notice about this portrait?
6. What else would you look at in the portrait?
7. What is the larger historical context?
8. What other questions would you ask?
9. How would you compare these two images?
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