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  3. Clementine Hunter - Wikipedia

    Clementine Hunter (pronounced Clementeen; late December 1886 or early January 1887 – January 1, 1988) was a self-taught Black folk artist from the Cane River region of Louisiana, who lived and worked on Melrose Plantation. Hunter was born into a Louisiana Creole family at Hidden Hill Plantation near Cloutierville, in Natchitoches Parish ...

  4. Clementine Hunter . Born: December, 1886; Natchitoches / Natchitoches, United States ; Died: January, 1988; Natchitoches / Natchitoches, United States ; Active Years: 1940 - 1980 Nationality: American; Art Movement: Outsider art (Art brut), Folk art; Genre: landscape; Field: painting; Wikipedia:

  5. Clementine Hunter | African-American, Louisiana, Painter ...

    Clementine Hunter (born December 1886, Hidden Hill Plantation, near Cloutierville, La., U.S.—died Jan. 1, 1988, near Natchitoches, La.) prolific American folk artist who late in life began to produce vibrant representational and abstract oil paintings drawn from her memories of Southern plantation life.

  6. Clementine Hunter | Artist Profile | NMWA

    Impress your friends with five fast facts about African American folk artist Clementine Hunter (1886 or 1887–1998), whose colorful works are in NMWA’s collection.

  7. The Inspiring Story of Clementine Hunter - Google Arts & Culture

    Clementine Hunter became a household name in her home state of Louisiana for her bright, whimsical depictions of plantation life in the 20th century. Often nicknamed the “black Grandma Moses”,...

  8. Clementine Hunter | Smithsonian American Art Museum

    Biography. On a Louisiana plantation built on the labor of enslaved workers and reinvented, in the twentieth century, as an artists’ and writers’ retreat, Clementine Hunter painted everyday scenes she felt historians overlooked.

  9. Clementine Hunter | Artnet

    Clementine Hunter was a self-taught African American artist known for her painted depictions of early 20th-century plantation life in Louisiana. View Clementine Hunter’s 1,238 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

  10. Clementine Hunter: dynamic depictions of America's rural south

    Clementine Hunter (1887–1988) American Museum & Gardens Painting until the month before her death in 1988, Clementine Hunter left behind a legacy of 4,000 paintings and renderings created over the course of only 40 years; continuously allowing us brief access into the world as seen through her eyes.

  11. Self-Taught Artist Clementine Hunter Painted the Bold Hues of ...

    October 18, 2018 1 / 12 Untitled (Miss Cammie with Ducks) by Clementine Hunter, ca. 1965 NMAAHC, gift from the collection of Sabra Brown Martin, ©Cane River Art Corporation She was born just 20...

  12. 5 Fast Facts: Clementine Hunter | Broad Strokes Blog | NMWA

    2/9/21. Impress your friends with five fast facts about African American folk artist Clementine Hunter (1886 or 1887–1998), whose colorful works are in NMWA’s collection. Self-taught, Hunter began “marking pictures” in 1939, when she was in her 50s.