George de Forest Brush, “The Indian and the Lily” (1887)
Reproduced in H. Barbara Weinberg’s Book The Lure of Paris: Nineteenth-Century American Painters and Their French Teachers (1991)
Weinberg: “Brush was willing here to compromise ethnographic accuracy: the hunter in The Indian and the Lily, painted in Florida, wears Plains Indians moccasins.”
Brush studied with Jean-Léon Gérôme.
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