A Singing Girl of Kashmir c. 1910.

Singing Girl, Kashmir, Traditional, Dress, Mortimer Menpes
A Singing Girl, c. 1910 by Mortimer Menpes.

Singer from Kashmir. Indian female costume c. 1910.

Source: The people of India. Painting by Mortimer Menpes. Published by Adam and Charles Black, London 1910.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  India nautch girl dancing 1910s. Indian dancers.
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