Image of George de Forest Brush's painting, "The Indian and the Lily," depicting an American Indian with a white bird hanging on his back reaching toward a pond lily.
A.W. Elson & Co. was a Boston-based firm that made photogravure plates and carbon prints around 1900.
George de Forest Brush was an American painter most known for his romanticized images of American Indian life and his Renaissance-style portraits. He painted "The Indian and the Lily" in 1887.