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Original mixed media painting on a high quality 100% cotton, 140 lb cold press watercolor paper.

Indian village woman with water pot.

The painting is made in a decorative technique. It includes beautiful floral pattern made with gold ink.

The red circle symbolizes Sun and Bindi (Tikka, forehead mark), the red dot that is worn by Indian women as a symbol of their religion and marital status.

The artwork includes metallic ink and acrylic accents. Its presentation will benefit from external frame lighting. On the presentation area you can see how does the painting look in different lighting.

Please note that the colors of the original paintings are always slightly different than it appears on monitors.

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Materials used:

watercolor, ink, acrylic

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Bindi (2017)

$300

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This artwork is sold by Zaira Dzhaubaeva from United States

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