A young woman reins in her silken pallu over a soft, round shoulder. She is married (hints of vermillion on the mid-brow and the parting of her hair) and, from the flush on those smooth wheatish cheeks, newly so. She glances sideways, her head tilted every so slightly in an attempt to prolong the view she has of her departing husband. As a result of this subtle, involuntary gesture, the miniscule pearls on her gold jhumka begin to graze her delicate jawline.
What a beauteous bride she must have been. The colours and styles she is wearing right now are in keeping with newlywed fashion. A gold-bordered saree of deep scarlet silk. Brilliant glass bangles of dark green colour, held together by a wristlet of gold. A clutch of necklaces - pearls, rubies, et al - could be seen upon the exposed part of her decolletage. Her choli is the colour of crushed oranges, which almost blends into the sweet texture and complexion of her skin. The most lifelike aspect of this oil is her thick black mane, the way it spreads about her shoulders and the locks gather over her brow.
Her face is characterised by soft definition set off by no makeup. Her red-rimmed eyes are set beneath a fair brow. The same descends into a small nose adorned with a bejewelled stud that spills over onto a plump, petal-like lip, to which she is going to raise that apricot any moment now.
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Oil Painting on Canvas24.0 inches X 35.0 inches
Item Code: OS47
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