60 pages : color illustrations ; 29 x 37 cm
"Published in conjunction with the exhibition 'The Gasperi Collection: Self-taught, outsider, and visionary art,' organized by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art"--Title page verso.
This sketchbook from 1945 by renowned Louisiana self-taught artist, Clementine Hunter, contains twenty-six previously unseen oil-on-paper sketches. These paintings were the first group of sketches ever made by her, and show a very personal and thoughtful depiction of Creole plantation life in the Cane River area of rural Louisiana.
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