Artist's description:

The Indian housewife waiting and missing her husband who keeps sending her sweet little notes to buy some more time for work !

An Indian housewife is depicted here wearing all traditional jewelry and ornaments she typically wears, some as fashion and some as married woman. The red glass bangles and mangalsutra, the neck chain are important for every Hindu married woman. Anklets are a personal choice but normally all the married women are fond of wearing basic jewelry all the time around neck, hands, toes and ankles.

This is an original contemporary watercolor painting by Geeta Biswas, done in May 2016.

This artwork is signed on the front at right bottom, will be shipped unframed, flat in a heavy cardboard box. This is not framed or mounted yet.

All my watercolors are done in Winsor & Newton watercolors, and the paper used here is acid free, handmade 140 lb watercolor paper.

The item will be shipped via India post.
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I Miss You (2016)


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