Villeré, Jacques Phillippe - Painting - by Andres Molinary
Jacques Phillippe Villeré was the second governor of Louisiana following statehood in 1812. Villeré commanded the First Division of the Louisiana Militia in the 1815 Battle of New Orleans. ZoomifyView »
Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph - Painting - "Joachim Kohn"
Oil on canvas painted portrait of Joachim Kohn by Jean Joseph Vaudechamp c.1836. The portrait depicts Joachim Kohn in a black suit. ZoomifyView »
Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph - Painting - Portrait of Joseph Sauvinet
Oil on canvas painted portrait of Joseph Sauvinet, c.1832, by French-born artist Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp. ZoomifyView »
Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph - Painting - "Madame Morales de Marigny".
Oil on canvas painted portrait of Madame Morales de Marigny, c.1834-1835, by Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp (1790-1866). ZoomifyView »
Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph - Painting - "Mrs. Louis Edouard Forstall nee Mathilde Plauche", c.1836.
Oil on canvas portrait of Mrs. Louis Edouard Forstall nee Mathilde Plauche, c.1836, by Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp (1790-1866). ZoomifyView »
Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph - Painting - "Mrs. Antoine Julien Meffre-Rouzan", c.1839.
Oil on canvas painted portrait of Mrs. Antoine Julien Meffre-Rouzan, c.1839, by Jean Joseph Vaudechamp, a French-born artist working in antebellum New Orleans. ZoomifyView »
Van Buren, Martin - Lithograph - Head and shoulders portrait by Jules Lion
Jules Lion, who made this lithograph of Martin Van Buren, was a free black artist in antebellum New Orleans. ZoomifyView »
Vachon, John F. - Photograph - Portrait
Minnesota-born photographer John F. Vachon, a member of the Farm Security Administration photography team, traveled across Louisiana. ZoomifyView »
Vachon, John - Photograph - "New Orleans, Louisiana. Man sleeping in a doorway" c.1943
John Vachon took this photograph in New Orleans in March 1943. ZoomifyView »
Vockah Redu - Photograph - Performing at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, 2010
New Orleans-born Bounce artist Vockah Redu performing at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans in 2010.. View »
Voting rights - Wood engraving - "The First Vote"
This image entitled, “The First Vote”, circa 1867 depicts an African American man casting his ballot during Reconstruction in Louisiana. ZoomifyView »
Vieux Carre Property Owners - Plaque - Engraved copper plate
A copper plate made to be displayed by members of the Vieux Carré Property Owners and Associates, Inc. It reads "Restore Safeguard Le Vieux Carré Member Vieux Carré Property Owners & Associates, Inc. New Orleans" ZoomifyView »
Vieux Carre Commission - Blueprint - Vieux Carre Commission
A 1978 blueprint with a Vieux Carre Commission approval stamp. ZoomifyView »
Viavant, George - Painting - "Louisiana Crawfish"
"Louisiana Crawfish" is a 1913 painting by Louisiana artist George Viavant, who was mainly inspired by the bayous, the marshes, and the lagoons of his native state. View »
View of the Balise, Plan of the Mouths of Mississipi - Map - by Barthelemy Lafon
An 1814 map by Barthelemy Lafon detailing the mouth of the Mississippi River, showing fortifications, obstructions, and navigable passages. ZoomifyView »
Viavant, George, L. - painting - "Wood Duck With Young"
The watercolor "Wood Duck with Young" is an exception to the larger body of George Viavant's nature morte paintings, in which the avid hunter hung his bird or animal from a string and painted the exact image. ZoomifyView »
Viavant, George L. - Painting - "Southern Landscape with Ducks in Flight"
A keen hunter and prolific artist, George Viavant painted "Southern Landscape with Ducks in Flight" between 1884 and 1925. ZoomifyView »
Viavant, George L. - Painting - "Hanging Dead Mallard"
George Viavant, an avid hunter, most frequently hung his catch by a string while he meticulously detailed its portrait with a painting tool he designed to achieve "total accuracy." ZoomifyView »