Artists Hunter, Clementine
This category lists pages and sites about the American painter, Clementine Hunter (1886 or 1887 - 1988). Born in Hidden Hill Plantation, near Cloutierville, Louisiana. Her work is referred to as "Outsider Art" (self-taught artists who paint primitive folk paintings). She is the first African-American to exhibit in the New Orleans Museum of Art. All sites listed here are suitable for children and teens to read and use for enjoyment and/or for schoolwork.
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- Clementine Hunter: From Cotton Fields to Canvas - Information and images about the November 4, 2000 through January biography 28, 2001 exhibit at the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, biography University of Minnesota.
- Artist's Fact Sheet: Clementine Hunter - Provides a short biography of the "naive" artist.
- Raw Vision: Clementine Hunter - Robert F. Ryan MD shares reminiscences of the folk artist.
- Clementine Hunter Exhibit - Louisiana Old State Capitol Center in Baton Rouge biography presents an hunter, clementine overview and online tour of the biography March 15 - June hunter, clementine 1, 1999 exhibition. Includes biography biographical information.
- Clementine Hunter - Contains a biographical article about the Louisiana folk artists artist. Written by Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder.
- African American Registry: Clementine Hunter - Offers a brief biography about the folk artist. Includes a artists photograph.
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