Most common subject of art in almost many of the art work is a woman. It is an assumption that most of the artists find an eye for beauty in a woman. If one has to look back in any of the art work then one would find that more than half of the collections would have woman as the subject of interest or the center of focus. Some artists have really brought out the charm that lies in a woman, not specific woman but any woman. It is no denial that there are art works that describe other views as in a luscious landscape or a majestic wild animal in the wilderness or anything of that sort.
Indian artists of the yesteryears mostly have proved this. They depict the women they see around them through their art. If it is not this then it's the woman from the Indian mythology or from the epics. When going through the art works, one can be convinced that the common woman, like the milkmaid, or a mother, a village woman going about her work, a shepherdess taking care of her flock of sheep or her herd of cattle grazing. This definitely gets the onlooker's attention to not just glance through the art but to stop and stare, admire the enchanting elegance that lies in the woman in the painting. Now whether the source of allurement is brought by the artistry hand of the artist that gave the painting or by the woman herself that inspired the painting, it can be debatable.
More often than not, it is not just the genes, knowledge, beauty or even wealth that can be inherited. Even skills like artistry in painting are passed onto the generations. A famous royal Indian artist has almost all his family mastering at art.