This charcoal portrait symbolizes the struggles a woman goes through in her mind about issues related to her self image. Many of these issues are self-created and many are thrust upon her by the stereotypes painted by the society; about who a woman is, how should she conduct herself in the society, how should she feel about her emotions and her sexuality. This sketch symbolizes the triumph of self-acceptance over shame, as the woman slowly lifts her gaze up. The charcoal and the finger smudges give the portrait a raw and mysterious look.

This painting would be a heartfelt, meaningful, and beautiful addition to any wall. It is perfect for any kind of decor, whether minimalistic, modern, country or shabby chic.

Printed on Cold Press 100% cotton Fine Art paper (300gsm, 19.5mil) using Archival grade inks.

Please note that the colours you see on your computer screen depends on the calibration of your monitor. The actual print may be a shade different or darker than what you see on your screen.

All prints are unframed.

All prints are carefully packed and protected with corrugated sheets, clear plastic sleeves and kraft paper. Prints that are 20×30 inch or larger will be shipped rolled in a tube unless it is mounted.

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Looking Down- Wall Art Print

€23.00 Regular Price
€18.40Sale Price