I bought three new dolls and I finally can check Royal's Joy and Lonely Lisa off my wish list! I am very excited to get these girls and have so many plans for them. These girls are very iconic of the 60's and 70's big eye era and do look very much like Margaret Keane's work as well. I do Love the big eyes waifs. There are actually two versions of Lonely Lisa one was made in 1964 (like mine) and the other in 1972, the overall look is the same, but the 1964 doll has a bit finer quality. My girls showed up in excellent condition too, but in spite of that I have decide to do a make over on them. Starting with the 20" Lisa --I am going to re root her, I am thinking in Snow White Kanekelon hair and maybe change her eye color, I have already started a little girl dress for her--in a cute Japanese fabric--navy blue with rabbits, that has been too large scale to use until now. For little Lisa, the 15" one, I think I am going to make her a Mohair wig--also in white, I think I will dress her in pastels--I recently rewatched "Amadeus"--and I am in love with the powdered wigs and the over to top lavish Georgian era dresses in that movie--so pretty and fabulous--that is kind of the feel I want little Lisa to have--but in a young girl style-if that makes any sense, I think it will complement their sad faces and long necks. I bought these dolls from my friend, Sue, who I have know for many years, through doll collecting. She is also a really awesome dolly seamstress. Here is a link to her dolls for sell, I warn they are a pretty amazing collection of dolls-- the Vouge Brikette is to die for...you can contact Sue through Crissydoll.com as well.