Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Wooden doll

Pastel on La Carte paper 13" X 18"
Photo courtesy : Devajyoti Sarkar
I love hand crafted dolls made by the local artisans. This painting is from a photograph taken by my friend Devajyoti on his trip to Rajasthan. These dolls are quite common there, but I really like the way light falls on her.


  1. cute doooooooooll.....!
    Beautiful work...

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