English translation: Woman with a Velvet Hat on an Armchair, and Pigeon
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Japanese term or phrase:
Woman with a Velvet Hat on an Armchair, and Pigeon
Woman on an armchair wearing a Velvet Hat, with a dove.
Explanation: The URL's that yosh gave you are from providers in Japan. There is a good chance that they are a translation of the Japanese that you have, made by a (Japanese?) non-native speaker of English.
In particular, one would normally expect an indefinate article before the pigeon (unecessary in French), and there is a little confusion whether the woman is wearing the hat or, like the pigeon, it is in the same picture.
But these are not the only problem invovled in translating the original title, which is no doubt in French. I guess it is something like
Femme au chapeau velour dans un/ su / au fauteuil, et pigeon/columbe.
for a the basis of the above guess.
There are paintings called
Femme dans un Fauteuil
Femme en Rouge su Fauteuil
Femme au Fauteuil Rouge
Femme au Chapeau
Personnage et Colombe