Patagonian Indians, Gregory Bay
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Unknown author (2007). Patagonian Indians, Gregory Bay [digital image]. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/194384
Watercolour. The two figures may represent one person seen from two angles. The images are side-by-side in the centre and right centre of the picture, seen respectively face-on and in profile, detailing the upper body and head. The left-hand figure is possibly resting his arms on a surface, or (as in the case of the right-hand figure) on his legs folded beneath him as he sits on the ground. The clothing consists of a grass skirt coloured purplish-grey. The skin is brown, the hair long, straight and black. His pale thin headband has a dark decoration, which is dotted across the forehead, and then continuous over and behind the ears. Shadows behind the figures may indicate an indoor setting.
Two male figures.
MS.Add.7983: 31, A0B1qC0E0H3iP0S0T0W0
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