Horace Pippin was a self-taught African American painter who grew up under segregation and served in the First World War before taking up art as a means of rehabilitating his wounded right arm. He painted his experiences in the war, childhood memories, genre and religious subjects, as well as landscape, portraiture and historical events. Describing his creative process, he stated plainly “The pictures which I have already painted come to me in my mind, and if to me it is a worthwhile picture, I paint it.” Discovered by the art world in 1937, he enjoyed substantial success until his death in 1946.
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Horace Pippin : “Victorian Interior II” (1945)
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