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Woman in Indian Costume

Sometime between 1890 and 1915, Alexandre Alaux painted "Woman in Indian Costume" in oils on canvas, depicting a woman holding a palm frond and dressed in feather headdress with blue beads, sleeveless leather dress with fringe at the neck and arm holes, quartz drop pendant earrings, turquoise necklace with diamond-shaped and blue beads, a necklace with blue, gold, and beige beads, and a bracelet with gold, blue and white beads.

Woman in Indian Costume

Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection

Woman in Indian Costume. Alaux, Alexander (artist)

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