Woman in a Fur Wrap is attributed as a work by sixteeth-century painter El Greco. Scholarship suggests that it is a portrait of his great love Jeronima, with whom he had a child, but never married. Other (less important? more controversial? idk) scholarship points to this being a work of other contemporaries.
Whatever. Do we need rings in the 1500s when we have this fur? Personally, I don’t. You’re welcome, lads!