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Call# CD 758.1759 Hamb
Summary Examines the work of the Florida landscape painters known as the Highwaymen; a group of young, untrained African-American landscape painters. They emerged from Fort Pierce in the late 1950s, early 1960s. They were prevented by segregation from selling their paintings in art galleries, so they sold their paintings out of the trunk of their cars. They painted on wallboard. In 1995 they became recognized by the art world.
Object Name Computer, Digital
Author Jack Hambrick
Subjects Landscape painting 20th c., Florida
Title The Highwaymen
Published Date 2003
Physical Description DVD-R
Catalog Number CD 758.1759 Hamb