In the early part of 1825, he sat for a half-length portrait to Sir Thomas Lawrence, which this great artist executed admirably.
The girls wore long skirts and the boy had half-length pants.
half-length, standing; turned to the right, but facing in front.
She was then painting his picture, a half-length, of which she also made an etching.
It is a half-length, as it is technically but absurdly called; that is to say, it gives all but the foot and ankle.
The second was also a half-length, and belonged to his son Carl Philip Emanuel.
The two men regarded each other across the half-length of the room.
half-length, facing to the right, with his right hand extended.
He had cut the fuse to half-length, and he had not long to wait.
half-length, seated; turned to the left, but facing in front.