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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers
Miller, Alfred Jacob 33
Descriptions
oil on canvas 335
Names
Painting 860
Subjects
Landscape 691 Indian 729 Animal 735 Group 440
Date:
1852
Dimensions:
H: 30.25 in, width: 36.25 in, Image height: 29.25 in, Image width: 36.25 in, Frame height: 36 in, Frame width: 43.25 in
Title:
Indian Elopement
Credit Line:
Given in memory of Mai Rogers Coe by her son Robert Coe
Gloss:
A young Indian male, smitten by the charms of a maiden from a nearby tribe, has observed her camp until the warriors left for the day. Stealing into the compound he has persauded her to mount his horse and, fording the river, left the elders on the bank in dismay.
Inscription:
LR: Miller 1852
Remarks:
has been relined - new stretcher;stretcher bar - A8412; label on stretcher:No. 61493 (red) Picture;also on stretcher - A99368.
Accession Number:
28.64

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