Rogier van der weyden's Portrait of a Young Woman c.1445
the wimple-Etymology: Middle English wimpel, from Old English; perhaps akin to Old English wīpian to wipe
a cloth elaborated folded over the head around the neck,cheeks and chin to conceal a married woman's hair -worn in late medieval Europe-originally adopted by Western women as a result of the veiled Muslim women encountered by European men during the Crusades.
Raphaelle Peale's Venus Rising from the Sea- A Deception c.1823
The Peale painting alludes to the censure of artistic nudes in the United States in the early 19th century.