This portrait of a royal lady is painted in style and colors, which fall in a distinct category. It is a rigorously immobile woman figure with distinct features. The sharp lines of the profiled pose are highly legible. This portrait is drawn in the bolder convention of the Deccani School. The ample, round face starts with a narrow forehead, fish shaped beautiful eyes and in between them, a long straight nose. A large nose ring covers the nostril and a part of the full mouth. Bold and exquisitely patterned jewellery adorn the beauty. A brilliant orange odhini covers her shoulders and her head, the ends falling just over her neck. Her swallow black tresses peep from wherever possible, and a stiff curl kisses her check.
This portrait is a visual delight, although it lacks the psychological subtlety and insight.
This description by Kiranjyot.