Born to a Punjabi Sikh father and Hungarian Jewish mother, Amrita Sher-Gil is often known as India's Frida Kahlo. The most expensive woman painter of India, Amrita inspired generations of artists.

Amrita's depiction of the plight of women made her art a beacon for women. While Sher-Gil's work became a salute to the feminine form, Google chose her famous painting from 1935, 'Three Girls' to pay tribute to her.

While the homepage portrays the painting in a subtle form, clicking on the picture lands to a search page of Amrita Sher-Gill.

On the homepage itself, right below the search tab, Google provides the link to its collection of Sher-Gil's work saying, 'Explore the life and work of one of India's greatest artists'. The landing page is different from the search page and is equipped with information about her work and life along with her famous portraits.