Here is a painting of Indians in a Neoclassical style, lending them even more to an increased dehumanization. While it is a painting of south america by an English painter, these themes can be found in American painters, and is a good look into Western thought concerning the natives. The nobles look truly noble, but even so, Pizarro is not a brute. It is interesting to see the man on the left with the key. Also, their is much more light (and Europeans) on the left, which seems to be a repeat of other themes of westerners bringing civilization to the noble savages. By abstracting the natives this way, they are both fascinating and unlike Europeans, making war and conquest slightly easier to bear, and a heck of a lot more profitable for the painters.