The subject is wearing toe-rings on his right foot.
The portrait is of a man clad in a sumptuous gold and maroon robe sitting on an armchair in a carpeted interior hung with green glass lamps. European influence is also notable in the front-facing depiction of the subject, instead of the profile-facing depiction in traditional Rajasthani portraiture. The person appears to be from a wealthy background as he wears pearl and emerald necklaces and gold bracelets.
Portrait of Gadadhar Prasad
Northwestern India, Rajasthan, Rajput Kingdom of Alwar
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