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Elk-Foot Of The Taos Tribe - Eanger Irving Couse Photo Print


$57.20

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Story

<p> 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." <br /><br> 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. </p>

Materials

  • Giclée printing techniques(170gsm)
  • Photo print (170gsm)
  • A bright-white lustre photo art paper.