Beauty
Gautam Bansal
Single | Mixed Media
INR 87,000
INR

This artwork is framed

The charcoal art depicts a woman who exudes a sense of wholeness and completeness. Her features are rendered in shades of black with the texture of the charcoal adding depth and dimension to her form.

Despite the lack of colour, the woman's identity shines through in the strength and confidence of her sublime expression. She stands tall, with her shoulders squared and eyes closed, emanating a sense of inner peace and contentment.

It is impossible to determine her background or social status from the image, as she could be a tribal woman or a city dweller, and her clothing is simple and unadorned. But these superficial details are unimportant, as her sense of self is defined by her internal state of completeness rather than external factors.

One striking aspect of the woman's appearance is that she is missing an arm, yet this does not detract from her sense of wholeness. Instead, it serves as a testament to her resilience and strength in the face of adversity.

This conceptual piece of art is created inspired by the impressionist style. Overall, this charcoal art captures the essence of a woman whose very identity is defined by her internal sense of completeness, rather than external circumstances or societal labels. There is a sense of beauty in imperfection as well.
 

Created on

2022

Article No.

GB00005

This artwork is framed

The charcoal art depicts a woman who exudes a sense of wholeness and completeness. Her features are rendered in shades of black with the texture of the charcoal adding depth and dimension to her form.

Despite the lack of colour, the woman's identity shines through in the strength and confidence of her sublime expression. She stands tall, with her shoulders squared and eyes closed, emanating a sense of inner peace and contentment.

It is impossible to determine her background or social status from the image, as she could be a tribal woman or a city dweller, and her clothing is simple and unadorned. But these superficial details are unimportant, as her sense of self is defined by her internal state of completeness rather than external factors.

One striking aspect of the woman's appearance is that she is missing an arm, yet this does not detract from her sense of wholeness. Instead, it serves as a testament to her resilience and strength in the face of adversity.

This conceptual piece of art is created inspired by the impressionist style. Overall, this charcoal art captures the essence of a woman whose very identity is defined by her internal sense of completeness, rather than external circumstances or societal labels. There is a sense of beauty in imperfection as well.
 

Genuine

Take home a unique piece of art, sourced directly from the artists and personally reviewed and verified by the founders. We provide a certificate of authenticity along with the artwork.

Distinguished

Work with a family of well-known, passionate artists who truly put the power of compelling visuals above all else.

Secure

We want to give you a stress-free experience. To that end, the House of Creativity does not save or collect any of your payment information.

How to properly care for your artwork

1. Watercolors are vulnerable to damage. It is best to frame them under glass as the protective panel to keep your art away from dust, moisture, and infestation.

2. Use glazed UV-coated Plexiglass when framing your watercolor.

3. When exposed to moisture, watercolors may shift, run, or break.

4. Do not hang opposite a surface where it is exposed to full sunlight or extreme humidity as exposure to ultraviolet rays will damage paper.

5. Keep your artwork away from fluorescent light.

6. No dramatic changes in the environment.

7. To avoid damage, keep paining in regulated temperatures and humidity levels.

Shipping and Delivery
Domestic Shipping

If you’re an Indian resident, you can expect to receive the artwork within four (4) weeks from the time of order.

International Shipping

If you’re a resident of a different country, you can expect to receive the artwork within three (3) weeks of dispatch followed by shipping duration variable to your location.

Returns and Insurance
Return Policy

As a norm, once purchased, you cannot return or exchange any artwork. You can however be rest assured that in the event of your order being damaged or impaired in any way, we will provide complete cooperation from our end.

Return process for damaged orders

If in the rare occasion the artwork received is damaged in transit and received in a damaged condition by you, please visit the Exchange and Return page.

Curators Recommendation

The charcoal art depicts a woman who exudes a sense of wholeness and completeness. Her features are rendered in shades of black with the texture of the charcoal adding depth and dimension to her form.

Despite the lack of colour, the woman's identity shines through in the strength and confidence of her sublime expression. She stands tall, with her shoulders squared and eyes closed, emanating a sense of inner peace and contentment.

It is impossible to determine her background or social status from the image, as she could be a tribal woman or a city dweller, and her clothing is simple and unadorned. But these superficial details are unimportant, as her sense of self is defined by her internal state of completeness rather than external factors.

One striking aspect of the woman's appearance is that she is missing an arm, yet this does not detract from her sense of wholeness. Instead, it serves as a testament to her resilience and strength in the face of adversity.

This conceptual piece of art is created inspired by the impressionist style. Overall, this charcoal art captures the essence of a woman whose very identity is defined by her internal sense of completeness, rather than external circumstances or societal labels. There is a sense of beauty in imperfection as well.
 

Genuine

Take home a unique piece of art, sourced directly from the artists and personally reviewed and verified by the founders. We provide a certificate of authenticity along with the artwork.

Distinguished

Work with a family of well-known, passionate artists who truly put the power of compelling visuals above all else.

Secure

We want to give you a stress-free experience. To that end, the House of Creativity does not save or collect any of your payment information.

How to properly care for your artwork

1. Watercolors are vulnerable to damage. It is best to frame them under glass as the protective panel to keep your art away from dust, moisture, and infestation.

2. Use glazed UV-coated Plexiglass when framing your watercolor.

3. When exposed to moisture, watercolors may shift, run, or break.

4. Do not hang opposite a surface where it is exposed to full sunlight or extreme humidity as exposure to ultraviolet rays will damage paper.

5. Keep your artwork away from fluorescent light.

6. No dramatic changes in the environment.

7. To avoid damage, keep paining in regulated temperatures and humidity levels.

Shipping and Delivery
Domestic Shipping

If you’re an Indian resident, you can expect to receive the artwork within four (4) weeks from the time of order.

International Shipping

If you’re a resident of a different country, you can expect to receive the artwork within three (3) weeks of dispatch followed by shipping duration variable to your location.

Returns and Insurance
Return Policy

As a norm, once purchased, you cannot return or exchange any artwork. You can however be rest assured that in the event of your order being damaged or impaired in any way, we will provide complete cooperation from our end.

Return process for damaged orders

If in the rare occasion the artwork received is damaged in transit and received in a damaged condition by you, please visit the Exchange and Return page.

Curators Recommendation

The charcoal art depicts a woman who exudes a sense of wholeness and completeness. Her features are rendered in shades of black with the texture of the charcoal adding depth and dimension to her form.

Despite the lack of colour, the woman's identity shines through in the strength and confidence of her sublime expression. She stands tall, with her shoulders squared and eyes closed, emanating a sense of inner peace and contentment.

It is impossible to determine her background or social status from the image, as she could be a tribal woman or a city dweller, and her clothing is simple and unadorned. But these superficial details are unimportant, as her sense of self is defined by her internal state of completeness rather than external factors.

One striking aspect of the woman's appearance is that she is missing an arm, yet this does not detract from her sense of wholeness. Instead, it serves as a testament to her resilience and strength in the face of adversity.

This conceptual piece of art is created inspired by the impressionist style. Overall, this charcoal art captures the essence of a woman whose very identity is defined by her internal sense of completeness, rather than external circumstances or societal labels. There is a sense of beauty in imperfection as well.
 

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