Practitioners of modern sport archery will think that her form is all wrong. They draw to the cheek in front of their eye and hold the string, not the arrow.
That is not the way it has always been done everywhere. The European long bow (think Agincourt, Crecey and Robin Hood)was drawn to the ear or the corner of the jaw. That is the way my son shoots his longbow. I’m certain that holding the arrow instead of the string was the style somewhere. My son would know. I’ll ask.
I’m a collegiate archer (was at least), and everything about that photo is just for art purposes (including the gigantically sized arrow). You do draw it across the chest, but modern archers wear mesh chest protectors, but that kinda ruin the image now wouldn’t it?