||Head of a Laughing Boy
||876 jn.16 F.28
||National Museum, New Delhi
||North western part of undivided India (Now in Pakistan)
|Period / Year of Work
||2nd Century AD
||Ht. 12 cm. Wd.10 cm.
||A portrait head of a child with spiral hair combed to the back
(of the head). The face is in a smiling altitude. The nose is
damaged at the point.
||A small portrait head of a boy with full cheeks, open eyes and
slightly open mouth.It gives a very pleasing countenance. His
looks are innocent and his facial features exhibit childlike
cheerfulness. the hair is wavy and combed back, as a usually
depicted in Gandhara examples.