Doll artist Eunice Tuttle found that good things come in small packages. Trained as an artist and art teacher, Tuttle made her diminutive dolls of tinted porcelain poured into molds that she created. She clothed all her dolls herself. She designed some dolls after figures that appeared in the works of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Francisco Jos퀌� de Goya y Lucientes , and Diego Valesquez. Other dolls of her design resembled children dressed in fashions of the 20th century in which Tuttle worked.