You’ll know why peacocks strut when you slip on this ring. The natural drama and opulence of azurite is the focal point, drawing all eyes to the sizeable teardrop-shaped stone.
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Featured here is a portrait of painter Amrita Sher- Gil. “Born of a Sikh father from an aristocratic, land owing family, and a Hungarian mother, Amrita Sher-Gil’s life veered between Europe and India. She was blessed with beauty, breeding, charismatic personality and extra ordinary talent as a painter. Her style underwent a radical change by the mid- 30s. she yearn for India, and by 1934, the family returned. This time, she looked at India with the eyes of an artist. The colours, the textures, the vibrancy and the earthiness of the people had a deep impact on the young artist. In India, she appropriated the language of miniatures.” via National Gallery of Modern Art in New Dehli