French artist Alexandre de Batz's renderings of Native American life in colonial Louisiana, such as "Desseins de Sauvages de Plusieurs Nations" ("Drawings of Several Native Americans of Various Nations") from 1735, caused a huge sensation upon exhibiting in Paris.
|Creator||de Batz, Alexandre (Artist)|
|Regions||Southeast Louisiana (Florida Parishes)|
|Time Periods||French Colonial Period, Spanish Colonial Period|
|Repository||Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University|
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