A prostitute grinning provocatively. She’s half of her breasts uncovered. The utilization of light emphasizes her cleavage and expression. She’s rosy cheeks and looks to the left of her (the right) of ours. It appears she’s seducing a prospective client. She’s a relatively large nose, not an extremely smooth skin, and her hair style is fairly unkempt. Nevertheless, the facial expression of her is very fascinating that this particular effort leaves a long lasting impression on individuals who see the painting. Frans Hals used rough and loose brush strokes for that painting. While Hals is recognized for the loose brush strokes of his, in this particular painting he used them far more than in most of the other works of his. The type utilized for that effort helps to help make The Gypsy Girl really memorable.
Backstory: Louis La Caze had this particular painting in the 19th century.