Clementine Hunter

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Clementine Hunter (1887 - 1988) was an American painter. Prolific artist, she painted around 5,000 works. Hunter painted the hard life of African Americans living in the plantations of rural South. In 1944 she received the award Julius Rosenwald fellowship.

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. [1]

Hunter Black Jesus.jpg

Black Jesus.

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