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Portrait of a Creole Gentlewoman in a Lace Collar and Chinchilla Tippet

French artist Jean Joseph Vaudechamp introduced a full-fledged neoclassical style of painting in Louisiana during the 1830s, as seen in "Portrait of a Creole Gentlewoman in a Lace Collar and Chinchilla Tippet," date unknown.

Portrait of a Creole Gentlewoman in a Lace Collar and Chinchilla Tippet

Courtesy of New Orleans Museum of Art

Portrait of a Creole Gentlewoman in a Lace Collar and Chinchilla Tippet. Vaudechamp, Jean Joseph (artist)

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