WATER IS NOT ENOUGH
In this portrait by Himitsuhana a young lady washes at the side of a babbling brook, dressed in luxurious velvets and taffeta, we can see this is no servant girl. Cherubs and landscape are glimpsed in the background. This picture is a modern twist on the traditional pastoral portraits of the 18th century when landed gentry were depicted outside in their pleasure gardens and grottos. The deep aquamarine blues and greens of the dress and flowing water suggest that this painting would be perfect for creating a focal point in a bathroom. Made in England.