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Fine in Very Good jacket. Book. 8 3/4h x 11 1/4w. A real nice clean unmarked first edition hardcover. States first printing september 2000. Has show catalog and post card extra bonus. Book is super nice. Dust jacket is nice but has small tear top center. See scan. The most definitive book about the life and work of Louisiana Folk Artist Clementine Hunter. The book details the rich history and context of Clementine's development as an artist. The artistically friendly environment at Melrose Plantation and the encouragement she received from mentors such as Francois Mignon and James Register give the reader a fuller understanding of her work. In addition to the text, there are 180 color plates and 25 black and white vintage photographs.
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