According to Pierre Olivier Joseph Coomans, this rectangular picture plaque features a dark-haired oriental woman in a light blue, Egyptian-inspired setting, bordered by red, gold-dotted fabric, attending to her birds. The fine polychrome painting is adorned with gold highlights. It is based on a painting by the Belgian artist Pierre Olivier Joseph Coomans. The plaque bears the impressed scepter and KPM mark. It is framed in a gilded wooden frame with a black lacquered border. The plaque measures 17.5 cm x 12.5 cm, while the frame measures 40.5 cm x 35.5 cm. Pierre Olivier Joseph Coomans (1816-1889) is known for his history paintings and oriental genre scenes, which were inspired by his travels to Algeria, Italy, Greece, and Turkey. See Thieme-Becker, Vol. VII, p. 355. This porcelain plaque, created around 1900, depicts an oriental woman attending to some birds. It bears the impressed scepter and painter's mark. It is framed by KPM Berlin.