Original watercolor portrait 'Farasha' by Alex Righetto, part of the Rebirth Collection, depicting a young Arabic girl with a butterfly on her nose, symbolizing transformation and growth.

Farasha Original Watercolor Portrait

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Dimensions 21.5 × 25.5 in





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Painting size

16 x 20 in





Matte Paper


“Farasha,” translating to “butterfly” in Arabic, is a captivating original watercolor portrait from 2021. Hailing from the “Rebirth” collection, the artwork beautifully intertwines elements of classic art with figurative art to present a poignant scene: a young Arabic girl with a butterfly delicately perched on her nose.

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The painting, rendered in watercolor, unveils the nuances of emotion and form with a distinct vibrancy and fluidity. The subject, a young Arabic girl, is painted with intricate details, her eyes possibly telling a tale of wonder and innocence. The butterfly, symbolic in its nature, adds a layer of depth to the painting, creating a focal point that draws the viewer’s gaze and attention.

Set against the backdrop of matte paper, every brushstroke, shade, and detail stands out prominently. The artwork measures 16 x 20 inches, and with its frame, it extends to 21.5 x 25.5 inches, safeguarding the painting and adding to its visual prominence.

In essence, “Farasha” is more than just a painting; it captures a moment of pure serendipity, symbolizing transformation and growth, reminiscent of a butterfly’s journey.

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