Elk-Foot Of The Taos Tribe - Eanger Irving Couse Classic Postcard

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Elk-foot, whose anglicized name was Jerry Mirabal, began posing for Couse in 1907 and was one of the painter's favorite subjects because of his "physical beauty and ideal features."

The painting seems inaccurate, however. A coup stick would be carried by North Americans, but not by the Taos tribe. The blanket Elk-Foot wears is from England, and his moccasins were from Couse's studio, and weren't used during the Taos period.

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Elk-Foot Of The Taos Tribe - Eanger Irving Couse Classic Postcard

$13.94