Indian Miniatures - Early 20th Century Gouache, A Pair Of Courtesans
This fine pair of portraits shows a very delicate and accomplished hand of the artist. The portraits show two courtesans, one playing a primitive version of an oud or sitar, the other holding a mirror and putting on a maang tikka (traditional head jewelry worn by women at special occasions.
The pair have been presented in a single, glazed frame with a gilt inner window and a layered blue and yellow mount. The paintings are unsigned.On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including minor discolouration. The frame is in fine condition.
13.4 x 8.7cm (5.3" x 3.4")Framed Size: 29 x 39cm (11.4" x 15.4")
From a large collection of Indian miniatures. Dating from the late 19th and early 20th century. Completed in a variety of mediums including pen, ink, gouache and watercolour.
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This beautiful collection of Indian miniatures was probably taken from original manuscripts. The subjects vary from landscape and hunting scenes to ornate court interiors. The delicate and intricate brushwork has been expertly applied to the substrate with touches of ornate gold paint.
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||13.4 x 8.7cm|
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