Woman of the Sioux by Howard Terpning
‘Woman of the Sioux’ depicts a woman in typical dress of the 1850s. The artist captures the true essence of a North American Indian woman in his pieces.
Howard Terpning felt that the long, soft hair enhanced the pose. A small wooden bowl beside her is a simple eating bowl which they used during that period. The artist’s primary goal in painting this hauntingly beautiful woman was to create a mood.
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