Nanette Kaula was the daughter of a Jewish Court Agent Raphael Kaula.
In 1838 she married a Hamburg banker whose firm
was granted a real estate license in Munich. She died childless in 1876.
Of all the paintings in the gallery, Nanette’s is the only one where
she is dressed in a simple outfit, as “the beautiful Jewess”.
She wears a purple and black velvet dress, adorned only with
the golden arrow in her hair and brooch.