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Watercolour painting on paper of a standing woman. The woman wears a long white tunic or dress and a large golden shawl. She has jewellery around her neck and at her ears and nose. On her feet are shoes with up-turned toes. She stands in a courtyard surrounded by walls and with a building behind her. A half open door is also shown with a fabric cover. The floor of the courtyard is decorated with a pink, blue and green geometric pattern. The painting is surrounded by a thick black line.
- Found/Acquired: India
- (Asia,South Asia,India)
- Height: 21.4 centimetres
- Width: 18 centimetres
Inscription Positionreverse of painting
Inscription ContentSaheion Women
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Object reference number: RFI175
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