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Olive Oatman - Digital Arts,  115x75x2 cm ©201 by Frank CHEVALLIER -  
                    
    Portraits, Olive, Oatman, Olive Oatman, prisonnière, tatouage, femme, indien, chevallier, portrait
Olive Oatman - Digital Arts, 115x75x2 cm ©201 by Frank CHEVALLIER - Portraits, Olive, Oatman, Olive Oatman, prisonnière, tatouage, femme, indien, chevallier, portrait
© 201 Frank CHEVALLIER
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Dambelin, France

Olive Oatman (201)
Digital Arts on Canvas (115x75x2 cm)


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About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery Indiens.

Techniques Digital Painting
Support or surface Canvas
Related themes

Digital Arts, Digital Painting, Portraits, Olive, Oatman, Olive Oatman, prisonnière, tatouage, femme, indien, chevallier, portrait

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Digital painting Digital painting

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Jan Denolet Portrait Jan Denolet     Belgium  

You tag her as a 'prisonièrre', wich is not correct > she was indeed a captive for a year when living with the Yavapai… Then she was traded to the Mohave, where she was not a captive anymore but (together with her sister) an adoptive 'daughter' in a family. In the painting she is depicted with her Mohave tattoo, so no longer as a captive of Yavapai but as member of the Mohave tribe. It is known that she respected her adoptive people and grieved when she was returned to the 'white world'...

Jan Denolet Portrait Jan Denolet     Belgium  

The Mohave did not live in tipi's... so alas this work of art is not accurate...