Nude Girl And a Doe (Female Deer)

Painting.
Qajar Era, Iran.
Unknown artist from Iran
Date: 19th century
Medium: oil on canvas
Dimensions: 140 × 83.5 cm (55.1 × 32.9 in)t
Kept in Art Museum of Georgia or Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts, Tbilisi. შალვა ამირანაშვილის სახელობის ხელოვნების მუზეუმი [1] or Georgian National Museum.
Sources: [2],[3]
.نقاشی اروتیک دختر و آهو- دوره قاجار - موزه گرجستان، تفلیس
The Georgian National Museum is a museum network in Georgia that brings together several leading museums from various parts of the country. There were only few sources online that I could make sure this painting is in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The style of this painting belongs to Qajar School. It is unknown how it ended up in Georgia. Nevertheless, it is another beautiful example of the art form that exemplifies the elegant tastes and customs of the royal court of Qajars. Painting in oils was introduced to Iran after 1600, when the country had strong commercial links with Europe.