This exquisite painting is a fine example of the Bani Thani style of Indian painting, also known as Indian Monalisa, which originated in the Kishangarh region of Rajasthan in the 18th century. The painting depicts a beautiful woman, known as Bani Thani, who was the inspiration for many of the Kishangarh artists. She is described with a delicate complexion, almond-shaped eyes, and a full red lip. Her hair is adorned with jewels. She is wearing a traditional Rajasthani transparent sari of blue shade.
The painting is done in oil on canvas and is signed by the artist. It is a beautiful and unique work of art that would be a welcome addition to any home or collection.
The Bani Thani style is known for its soft colors, delicate brushstrokes, and idealized portrayal of women. The paintings often depict scenes from Hindu mythology or the lives of the royal patrons. The Kishangarh School of Art is considered one of the finest in India, and collectors highly prize its paintings.
This painting is a valuable and beautiful work of art that would be a cherished addition to any home. It is a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of India and the beauty of the Bani Thani style.
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