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Rebecca Khan Art

"The Fruit of Our Labor" Art Print

"The Fruit of Our Labor" Art Print

Regular price Rs.400.00 PKR
Regular price Sale price Rs.400.00 PKR
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This art print of a watercolor painting depicting a farmer wearing traditional shalwar kameez cutting open a mango is perfect for adding warmth and interest to your kitchen or dining room.  It would also be perfect for adding cultural interest to a cafe or restaurant.

This painting was inspired by the "Sabzi Mandi" or farmers' market in Pakistan.  I used watercolor to capture the vibrant colors and freshness of the mango, Pakistan's national fruit.

  • This is a HIGH QUALITY PICTURE of an original painting done with watercolor on paper
  • Dimensions: roughly 5" X 6.5" or 8.3" x 11.7" (A border was left around the artwork to make it easier for matting and framing - FRAME NOT INCLUDED)

  • Styling suggestion: This piece would look lovely on a kitchen or dining room wall or shelf.  It works well by itself on a small wall.  Alternatively, you can make it a part of a gallery wall with art of a similar style/theme.


All attempts are made to accurately color match the uploaded image with the original product, however there might be slight differences due to your individual display settings.


I take great care to make sure that the paints and surfaces I use are vegetarian.


Drawings, watercolors and prints are shipped WITHOUT frames. Framing options shown here are just for display purposes.

Please note that framed images are digitally produced and might not be true-to-scale. Please refer to the listed dimensions for an accurate understanding of the product.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping is calculated at checkout and we will attempt to get your order out as soon as possible.

Items CAN NOT be returned or exchanged once shipped. If, for any reason, you are unhappy with your purchase, contact me ( and we will discuss a solution.

Care Instructions

Please handle original art with cotton gloves to prevent smudging and fingerprints.

Remove artwork from packaging as soon as possible - packaging materials are meant to protect the artwork so that it reaches you safely, but they are not ideal for long-term storage of your artwork.

I do my best to make sure that the pigments I use for original works are light-fast, however, to ensure that your art retains its beauty for years to come, please avoid placing in direct sunlight.

For best results, ask your framer for UV Protective glass when framing your original art and prints.

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