|Creator:||Delpech, François Séraphin, 1778-1825 Boilly, Louis, 1761-1845. Osages : peuplade sauvage de l'Amerique Septentrionale dans l'Etat de Missouri. 1827 Boilly, Louis Léopold, 1761-1845|
François Séraphin Delpech,
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Hand-colored and numbered lithographs etched by François Séraphin Delpech of group portraits of Osage men and women, based on paintings by Louis Boilly, 1827. The images document a visit by a group of four American Indian men and two women to France and their arrival in Paris on August 13, 1827. Each print depicts three individuals. Etching Number 89, for which there are two examples, depicts Kishagashugah (Little Chief), his female cousin of his wife Grétomih, and Minckchatahooh (Little Warrior). Etching Number 90 depicts Myhangah (Hawk Woman), the wife of Kishagashugah, Washingasbha (Black Spirit), and Marchanthitahtoongah (Big Warrior).
3 prints : lithograph, handcolored ; 36.0 x 27 cm.
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