Homme et Femme de Virginie
Several details in the image appear Virginian in origin, such as the bow and arrow, the bead necklaces, and the loincloths (though they have tassels instead of a fringe). The headdresses might be vaguely based on Virginia imagery, but the milled-lumber house is unmistakably European. The two figures touch hands and gaze at each other. The man holds an oversized arrow that is perhaps less a weapon than a symbol, while the woman holds suggestively-shaped leaves.