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William Edouard Scott (1884 – 1964)

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Frederick Douglass Appealing To President Lincoln To Enlist Negroes

Frederick Douglass Appealing To President Lincoln To Enlist Negroes

Full Moon - Haitian Rhythm

Full Moon – Haitian Rhythm

Girls With Chicken

Girls With Chicken

Goodbye My Friend

Goodbye My Friend

Going To The Market, Haiti

Going To The Market, Haiti

Night Turtle Fishing

Night Turtle Fishing

Dr. Ulysses Grant Dailey

Dr. Ulysses Grant Dailey

Mother And Child

Mother And Child

Backyard

Backyard

The Daily Catch

The Daily Catch

When The Tide Is Out

When The Tide Is Out

A Young Woman

A Young Woman

Haitian Drum Player

Haitian Drum Player

The Maker Of Goblins

The Maker Of Goblins

Haitian Market

Haitian Market

Haitian Market

Haitian Market

Riding In The Country

Riding In The Country

Haitian Landscape

Haitian Landscape

Fountain Gate With Trees

Fountain Gate With Trees

Landscape With Haystacks, France

Landscape With Haystacks, France

Rainy Night, Etaples

Rainy Night, Etaples

The Orange Seller

The Orange Seller

America's Earliest Settlers

America’s Earliest Settlers

Mind, Body And Spirit (detail)

Mind, Body And Spirit (detail)

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La Grande Illustration Americaine Classique

Posted by M.R.N. on January 6, 2014


If you’re going to Dijon or nearby…

Flyer Expo Coupole

be sure to visit the Classic American Illustration Art exhibition…You’re gonna meet some gentle people there…

An exhibition held under the patronage of Senator François Rebsamen and the City of Dijon, January 8-19, salle de la Coupole in Dijon : La Grande illustration américaine classique, Jacques Protat’s “American Art” collection. Vernissage Wednesday 8 January at 6pm. James Porter and manouche jazz duet Burgundy Jazz will provide unplugged music!

AmericanArt.fr is an online art gallery focusing on 20th century American illustration originals – one-of-a-kind outside the US. “Classic American Illustration Art” evokes a triumphant America, alluringly innocent and nostalgic. Oils and gouaches used to illustrate magazine or book covers, stories or ads in the 1920s to 1950s make up the heart of the collection.

 

 

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