Left, c-1950's pale ivory cube milk jug. Right, c-1936 the far richer dark ivory tone as originally intended for the ships service. This example showing one of the rarely seen 'Souvenir' examples, the two clearly showing the differing colours.
Elements: Smooth and light faded lines and direction outlining the lady, Light shades and colours filling in the woman Principals: balance of the shades of the different colours, Influenced from the women and their fashion in the ages of the - .
Might be a Colette Stall - French fashion magazine, Art, Gout, Beaute sometime in the probably 1924 or when white was having a major fashion moment. The little touches of red and blue help keep her from blending in with the snow.
The Art Deco / Art Moderne color palette reflects a shift to light, neutral shades with metallic undertones of silver and gold added to sand, gray, beige, and peach. Exotic pastels accents were an iconic color trait of the era. Gold undertones for sure.