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Updated: 14 April 2015
Beauty Unveiling Herself
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- Beauty Unveiling Herself
Painting; portrait of a beautiful lady unveiling herself while dancing. The lady, gazing towards the ground, clutches her veil with both arms extended, revealing the lines and contours of the veil's fabric. A strand of beads hangs around her neck, while a sash is tied around both her waist and head. Void background. No inscription. Painted in gouache on paper.
- Made in: Isfahan
- (Asia,Iran,Central Iran,Isfahan (province))
- Width: 10 centimetres (Image within borders)
- Height: 18 centimetres (Image within borders)
- Width: 11.2 centimetres (Image including borders)
- Height: 21 centimetres (Image including borders)
- Width: 23.2 centimetres (Sheet)
- Height: 32 centimetres (Sheet)
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Object reference number: RFM743
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