(1886 or 1887 - 1988) Clementine Hunter - American painter Folk artist born in Hidden Hill Plantation, near Cloutierville, Louisiana, Her work is referred to as "Outsider Art" referring to self-taught artists who paint primitive folk paintings. She is the first African-American to exhibit in the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Offers a brief biography about the folk artist. Includes a photograph.
Contains a biographical article about the Louisiana folk artist. Written by Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder.
Robert F. Ryan MD shares reminiscences of the folk artist.
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