This artwork is a portrait. A portrait is a picture of a person or people. This painting only includes the face and shoulders of the sitter, who is gazing at a glass goblet she is holding in her right hand
Not much is known about this specific artwork. It’s a copy or recreation of a painting by Ary de Vois. The original painting was made in the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century. We know this recreation was painted later because of the use of the color pink. This color only started to be used in the 18th century.
Ary de Vois chose to paint a young woman holding a wine glass, staring off to look at some unknown subject. The original painting focuses on the emotion and feeling of the face, while this recreation focuses on the details, making the portrait into more of an object. This reflects the changes in Dutch society at the time this copy was made. In The Dutch Golden Age women could choose who they married, and their place of work. Once the Dutch were under English control in 1665, women lost some of their freedom. This caused the loss of emotion that was found in the original portrait.