DOG AND GATOR New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art by DR. BOB

DOG AND GATOR, Original New Orleans Folk Art by Dr. The weird and wonderful New Orleans folk art of Dr. Bob was one of the brave 9th Ward souls who stayed behind for Hurricane Katrina. He battled looters and infection, but came out on top and is back in action. Please check the Dr. To view more works by the good doctor. We hope to be adding many more pieces in the coming weeks, so check back often. These paintings are not only great New Orleans memorabilia, but would make a great showpiece with a positive message in your bar, juke joint, or music venue. A Brief Bio of Dr. Bob, half Crow Indian and half French/German, is a self taught artist born in Kansas who relocated to New Orleans via Lake Pontchartrain. His utilization of found objects in his work, along with his own unique painting style, have combined into one of the most recognizable and respected representations of New Orleans and Louisiana folk art in the world. He popularized the phrase “Be Nice or Leave” in his paintings, which has become an internationally recognized part of his identity. Among the celebrities who have added Dr. Bob’s work to their private collections are Emmy Lou Harris, GiO The Burlesque Queen of New Orleans! , Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey Mariah actually posed with her Dr. Bob piece for People Magazine! , Billy Connolly, Isaac Tigrett, and The Reverend Howard Finster. Bob’s work can also be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute, The Memphis Blues Foundation, the Center for Southern Folklore in Memphis, as well as the New Orleans House of Blues. Bob has also been featured on the Kansas City Public TV program, Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations Vol. 15 – Bumbling through the Bayou. Description of this piece: This large painting by Dr. Bob is quite striking. A dog and gator seem to be enjoying the New Orleans sunset as two flying alligators soar overhead. The yellow frame is adorned with many bottlecaps. The dimensions (from the outer border of the frame) are approximately 24 x 24. The condition is excellent. The item “DOG AND GATOR New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art by DR. BOB” is in sale since Sunday, January 24, 2016. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “jukejointlouie” and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: Wood
  • Style: Outsider
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now

CHARITY HOSPITAL Classic New Orleans Louisiana Outsider Folk Art by DR. BOB

CHARITY HOSPITAL Classic New Orleans Louisiana Outsider Folk Art by DR. BOB

CHARITY HOSPITAL Classic New Orleans Louisiana Outsider Folk Art by DR. BOB
Charity Hospital, original painting by New Orleans Folk Artist Dr. The weird and wonderful New Orleans folk art of Dr. Bob was one of the brave 9th Ward souls who stayed behind for Hurricane Katrina. He battled looters and infection, but came out on top and is back in action. Please check the Dr. To view more works by the good doctor. We hope to be adding many more pieces in the coming weeks, so check back often. These paintings are not only great New Orleans memorabilia, but would make a great showpiece with a positive message in your bar, juke joint, or music venue. Description of this piece: Offered here is an original painting by Dr. Bob depicting New Orleans’ historic Charity Hospital. Charity Hospital flooded badly during Hurricane Katrina and has been closed ever since. The image strikingly depicts the hospital at night, under a black sky sparkling with multicolored stars. The windows of the hospital are ablaze with bright lights of many colors while an American flag waves in the entranceway. Above the hospital image Dr. Bob has painted the words: Charity: Where the Miracles Happened and the Unusual Occured. The hand-painted frame is adorned with bottle caps, some from local breweries. Bob has signed in the lower left corner. There is a heavy wire attached to the back for hanging. The dimensions (from the outer border of the frame) are approximately 13 x 13. The condition is excellent. Check It Out Department: Dr. Bob made the cover of New Orleans Magazine for June of 2008. Below is a picture of the artist, Dr. Bob, outside his New Orleans 9th Ward studio. In aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Bob’s presence was apparent with various signs and messages he posted around the beleaguered Ninth Ward area of New Orleans. Below is a photo of an abandoned refrigerator, upon which Bob gives looters fair warning. Below is a photo of Mariah Carey posing with her own Dr. Bob piece, in her home. The photo appeared in People Magazine on January 13, 2003 (page 52). A Brief Bio of Dr. Bob, half Crow Indian and half French/German, is a self taught artist born in Kansas who relocated to New Orleans via Lake Pontchartrain. His utilization of found objects in his work, along with his own unique painting style, have combined into one of the most recognizable and respected representations of New Orleans and Louisiana folk art in the world. He popularized the phrase “Be Nice or Leave” in his paintings, which has become an internationally recognized part of his identity. Among the celebrities who have added Dr. Bob’s work to their private collections are Emmy Lou Harris, GiO The Burlesque Queen of New Orleans! , Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey Mariah actually posed with her Dr. Bob piece for People Magazine! , Billy Connolly, Isaac Tigrett, and The Reverend Howard Finster. Bob’s work can also be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute, The Memphis Blues Foundation, the Center for Southern Folklore in Memphis, as well as the New Orleans House of Blues. Bob has also been featured on the Kansas City Public TV program, Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations Vol. 15 – Bumbling through the Bayou. Check out this groovy note to Louie from Dan Akroyd aka/ “Elwood Blues”. Your excellent customer service is a fine example of the graciousness and Southern hospitality for which New Orleans is famous.. Find out what prompted the Office of the Mayor of New Orleans to write this nice letter to Louie by visiting our About Me Page! Thank you for looking! Add Me to Your Favorite Sellers. The item “CHARITY HOSPITAL Classic New Orleans Louisiana Outsider Folk Art by DR. BOB” is in sale since Sunday, June 26, 2016. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “jukejointlouie” and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: Wood
  • Style: Outsider
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30″)
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now

CHARITY HOSPITAL Classic New Orleans Louisiana Outsider Folk Art by DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB
SNO BALL STAND, original painting by New Orleans Folk Artist Dr. Dig: Louie’s Juke Joint is the ONLY authorized dealer of Dr. Bob sez: YEAH YA RITE! The weird and wonderful New Orleans folk art of Dr. Bob was one of the brave 9th Ward souls who stayed behind for Hurricane Katrina. He battled looters and infection, but came out on top and is back in action. Please check the Dr. To view more works by the good doctor. We hope to be adding many more pieces in the coming weeks, so check back often. These paintings are not only great New Orleans memorabilia, but would make a great showpiece with a positive message in your bar, juke joint, or music venue. Description of this piece: Offered here is a one-of-a-kind original painting by Dr. The image depicts and blue dog and a purple alligator in apparent race to get to the door of a sno-ball stand that is perched on a pier in the midst of a surreal swamp under a sky full of colorful stars. The frame is hand painted in multiple colors and is adorned with a multitude bottle caps, including some from local New Orleans brews. There is a heavy wire attached to the back for hanging. The dimensions (from the outer border of the frame) are approximately 14 x 18. The condition is excellent except there appears to be three small pieces of wood that have broken off in three of the corners of the frame (next to the cut triangles, as can be seen in the image). Not too noticeable, and almost embellishes the rustic feeling of the piece. Check It Out Department: Dr. Bob made the cover of New Orleans Magazine for June of 2008. Below is a picture of the artist, Dr. Bob, outside his New Orleans 9th Ward studio. In aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Bob’s presence was apparent with various signs and messages he posted around the beleaguered Ninth Ward area of New Orleans. Below is a photo of an abandoned refrigerator, upon which Bob gives looters fair warning. Below is a photo of Mariah Carey posing with her own Dr. Bob piece, in her home. The photo appeared in People Magazine on January 13, 2003 (page 52). A Brief Bio of Dr. Bob, half Crow Indian and half French/German, is a self taught artist born in Kansas who relocated to New Orleans via Lake Pontchartrain. His utilization of found objects in his work, along with his own unique painting style, have combined into one of the most recognizable and respected representations of New Orleans and Louisiana folk art in the world. He popularized the phrase “Be Nice or Leave” in his paintings, which has become an internationally recognized part of his identity. Among the celebrities who have added Dr. Bob’s work to their private collections are Emmy Lou Harris, GiO The Burlesque Queen of New Orleans! , Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey Mariah actually posed with her Dr. Bob piece for People Magazine! , Billy Connolly, Isaac Tigrett, and The Reverend Howard Finster. Bob’s work can also be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute, The Memphis Blues Foundation, the Center for Southern Folklore in Memphis, as well as the New Orleans House of Blues. Bob has also been featured on the Kansas City Public TV program, Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations Vol. 15 – Bumbling through the Bayou. Check out this groovy note to Louie from Dan Akroyd aka/ “Elwood Blues”. Your excellent customer service is a fine example of the graciousness and Southern hospitality for which New Orleans is famous.. Find out what prompted the Office of the Mayor of New Orleans to write this nice letter to Louie by visiting our About Me Page! Thank you for looking! Add Me to Your Favorite Sellers. The item “SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB” is in sale since Sunday, April 25, 2010. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “jukejointlouie” and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: Wood
  • Style: Outsider
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30″)
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB
SNO BALL STAND, original painting by New Orleans Folk Artist Dr. Dig: Louie’s Juke Joint is the ONLY authorized dealer of Dr. Bob sez: YEAH YA RITE! The weird and wonderful New Orleans folk art of Dr. Bob was one of the brave 9th Ward souls who stayed behind for Hurricane Katrina. He battled looters and infection, but came out on top and is back in action. Please check the Dr. To view more works by the good doctor. We hope to be adding many more pieces in the coming weeks, so check back often. These paintings are not only great New Orleans memorabilia, but would make a great showpiece with a positive message in your bar, juke joint, or music venue. Description of this piece: Offered here is a one-of-a-kind original painting by Dr. The image depicts and blue dog and a purple alligator in apparent race to get to the door of a sno-ball stand that is perched on a pier in the midst of a surreal swamp under a sky full of colorful stars. The frame is hand painted in multiple colors and is adorned with a multitude bottle caps, including some from local New Orleans brews. There is a heavy wire attached to the back for hanging. The dimensions (from the outer border of the frame) are approximately 14 x 18. The condition is excellent except there appears to be three small pieces of wood that have broken off in three of the corners of the frame (next to the cut triangles, as can be seen in the image). Not too noticeable, and almost embellishes the rustic feeling of the piece. Check It Out Department: Dr. Bob made the cover of New Orleans Magazine for June of 2008. Below is a picture of the artist, Dr. Bob, outside his New Orleans 9th Ward studio. In aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Bob’s presence was apparent with various signs and messages he posted around the beleaguered Ninth Ward area of New Orleans. Below is a photo of an abandoned refrigerator, upon which Bob gives looters fair warning. Below is a photo of Mariah Carey posing with her own Dr. Bob piece, in her home. The photo appeared in People Magazine on January 13, 2003 (page 52). A Brief Bio of Dr. Bob, half Crow Indian and half French/German, is a self taught artist born in Kansas who relocated to New Orleans via Lake Pontchartrain. His utilization of found objects in his work, along with his own unique painting style, have combined into one of the most recognizable and respected representations of New Orleans and Louisiana folk art in the world. He popularized the phrase “Be Nice or Leave” in his paintings, which has become an internationally recognized part of his identity. Among the celebrities who have added Dr. Bob’s work to their private collections are Emmy Lou Harris, GiO The Burlesque Queen of New Orleans! , Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey Mariah actually posed with her Dr. Bob piece for People Magazine! , Billy Connolly, Isaac Tigrett, and The Reverend Howard Finster. Bob’s work can also be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute, The Memphis Blues Foundation, the Center for Southern Folklore in Memphis, as well as the New Orleans House of Blues. Bob has also been featured on the Kansas City Public TV program, Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations Vol. 15 – Bumbling through the Bayou. Check out this groovy note to Louie from Dan Akroyd aka/ “Elwood Blues”. Your excellent customer service is a fine example of the graciousness and Southern hospitality for which New Orleans is famous.. Find out what prompted the Office of the Mayor of New Orleans to write this nice letter to Louie by visiting our About Me Page! Thank you for looking! Add Me to Your Favorite Sellers. The item “SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB” is in sale since Sunday, April 25, 2010. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “jukejointlouie” and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: Wood
  • Style: Outsider
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30″)
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller

SNO BALL STAND New Orleans Louisiana Folk Art DR. BOB

Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art

Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art

Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art
Beautiful Old time syrup making, fabulous subject matter, this is a part of our Cajun, Creole, history, notice the detail, this is true to life.. Every stalk of sugar cane was fed to the horse, or mule powered mill, one stalk at a time, this is a portrait of a basically lost culture.. I guarantee my items to be as described thanks for lookin! Any questions please ask! The item “BEAUTIFUL NATIVE LOUISIANA PAINTING. FABULOUS SUBJECT! BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART” is in sale since Sunday, May 07, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “mamouchoctaw” and is located in Mamou, Louisiana. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: old time syrup making
  • Material: oil on masonite
  • Style: Louisiana folk art
  • Region of Origin: MAMOU PINEY WOODS
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Size: Large (up to 60in.)
  • Artist: Richard Duplechein
  • Height (Inches): 24inches
  • Width (Inches): 48inches

Beautiful Native Louisiana Painting. Fabulous Subject! Black Americana Folk Art

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE
This is an extremely valuable and authentic folk art painting. By Clementine Hunter (pronounced clem-en-teen). Of Louisiana titled Black Jesus on the Cross Attended by Angels, was. Painted in the 1960’s-’70’s. And measures from inside the frame approximately. 15 1/2 inches wide by 19 1/2 inches high and has been recently framed. This stark and controversial image is. Clementine Hunter’s most sought after art. Jesus as a crucified slave in the South. Clementine Hunter was born in the 1880’s on a. The direct descendant of a slave. Clementine started painting when she was in her fifties. According to a New York Times article. “Looking for Clementine Hunters Louisiana”. By Jennifer Moses on June 14, 2013, the prices for. The larger pieces at the Outsider Art Fair in. Work has commanded prices many times higher. Clementine’s christian faith was seen through. The eyes of a girl who grew up around former. Slaves in the 1880’s and after. The painting it is remarkable that her Christ figure. Has both hands having been cut off, yet the only. Blood stems from the crucifixion nail wounds in his wrists- NOT from his missing hands. That this is because as a girl she must have seen. Former slaves with their hands cut off due to. Having been punished for stealing. The painting also has huge zinnias on either. Side of the cross since they were her favorite. The angels have their hair standing. Straight up because, as Mrs. A curious observer, “they’re flying”. We have sent detailed photos to. Cowan Auctions since Wes Cowan of the. Antiques Roadshow has professionally. Appraised her work on AS. Authentic, by her hand, and that the abrasions. On the flowers actually help the authenticity. By showing her pencilling of the flower. Underneath the paint shown in detail in. It is also her. Her paintings of Black Jesus on the Cross. Are some of the most sought after folk art. Paintings in America with one regional folk. Art museum declaring that her Black Jesus. On the Cross is the “apex” of their collection. Condition- the painting has some mild paint. Abrasions and some very light soiling, but is. Overall very nice and strikingly vivid. The painting as is. Securely and professionally packed. The item “Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE” is in sale since Monday, April 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “booksandcollectibles” and is located in La Porte, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: on board
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Clementine Hunter
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art, antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Thank You & Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc. Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR. We will be listing these paintings separately and no reserve. This small 8″ by 10″ Acrylic Painting on artist board is titled on the back, by the artist, Bon Fire. May has also written a story about this painting which reads. When we was young we love to see the bon fires on the levee. My brothers would catch drift wood to build a stack for the bon fire. I’m in red the fifth of nine children. My mother is in blue. The fire had to be lit before dark. This authentic May Kugler Painting is in perfect condition and it comes in the original 12 3/4″ by 15 3/4″ distressed wood frame. We also stand behind its age, quality, condition and authenticity! Don’t forget to check out the second May Kugler Painting we are listing tonight, also without any reserve! We promise to list only the very best antiques and collectibles, and we also promise to describe every flaw and detail. Please read all of the information down below so that you understand exactly how we do business. We also assure you that we properly and professionally pack every item as well as fully insure each package. This dispute will be closed within 4 days after being opened and the item will be re-listed. Thank you for your interest in our auctions! Add to Saved Sellers. The item “Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR” is in sale since Friday, March 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Paintings”. The seller is “wwolst12″ and is located in Cumberland, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.
  • Artist: May Kugler
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Framed/Unframed: Framed
  • Height (Inches): 8″
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: Oil
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
  • UPC: Does Not Apply
  • Width (Inches): 10

Vintage MAY KUGLER Black Americana Folk Art Naive Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR
We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art, antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Thank You & Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc. Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR. This small Acrylic Painting by May Kugler is executed on a 8″ by 10″ artist board. It is signed and dated on the front “May Kugler 1990″ and is titled on the back, by the artist, Hog Killing. May has also written a story about this painting which reads. When I was a young child, my parents would kill a hog. I would go in a dark room and put my fingers in my ears. But in this picture I’m married, my husband and mother are by the hog on the table. My son and daughter is running around and some one is smoking andoule sp? I have my red dress on. We would taste a lot and at night we were sick. This authentic May Kugler Painting is in perfect condition and it comes in the original 12 3/4″ by 15 3/4″ distressed wood frame. Don’t forget to check out the second May Kugler Painting we are listing tonight, also without any reserve! We promise to list only the very best antiques and collectibles, and we also promise to describe every flaw and detail. Please read all of the information down below so that you understand exactly how we do business. We also assure you that we properly and professionally pack every item as well as fully insure each package. This dispute will be closed within 4 days after being opened and the item will be re-listed. Thank you for your interest in our auctions! Add to Saved Sellers. The item “Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR” is in sale since Friday, March 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Paintings”. The seller is “wwolst12″ and is located in Cumberland, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.
  • Artist: May Kugler
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Framed/Unframed: Framed
  • Height (Inches): 8″
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: Oil
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
  • UPC: Does Not Apply
  • Width (Inches): 10

Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Naive MAY KUGLER Louisiana Acrylic Painting NR

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE
This is an extremely valuable and authentic folk art painting. By Clementine Hunter (pronounced clem-en-teen). Of Louisiana titled Black Jesus on the Cross Attended by Angels, was. Painted in the 1960’s-’70’s. And measures from inside the frame approximately. 15 1/2 inches wide by 19 1/2 inches high and has been recently framed. This stark and controversial image is. Clementine Hunter’s most sought after art. Jesus as a crucified slave in the South. Clementine Hunter was born in the 1880’s on a. The direct descendant of a slave. Clementine started painting when she was in her fifties. According to a New York Times article. “Looking for Clementine Hunters Louisiana”. By Jennifer Moses on June 14, 2013, the prices for. The larger pieces at the Outsider Art Fair in. Work has commanded prices many times higher. Clementine’s christian faith was seen through. The eyes of a girl who grew up around former. Slaves in the 1880’s and after. The painting it is remarkable that her Christ figure. Has both hands having been cut off, yet the only. Blood stems from the nail wounds. That this is because as a girl she must have seen. Former slaves with their hands cut off due to. Having been punished for stealing. The painting also has huge zinias on either. Side of the cross since they were her favorite. The angels have their hair standing. Straight up because, as Mrs. A curious observer, “they’re flying”. We have sent detailed photos to. Cowan Auctions since Wes Cowan of the. Antiques Roadshow has professionally. Appraised her work on one episode. Authentic, by her hand, and that the abrasions. On the flowers actually help the authenticity. By showing her pencilling of the flower. Underneath the paint shown in detail in. It is also her. Her paintings of Black Jesus on the Cross. Are some of the most sought after folk art. Paintings in America with one regional folk. Art museum declaring that her Black Jesus. On the Cross is the “apex” of their collection. Condition- the painting has some mild paint. Abrasions and some very light soiling, but is. Overall very nice and strikingly vivid. The painting as is. Please ascertain its authenticity. Securely and professionally packed. The item “Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE” is in sale since Friday, March 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “booksandcollectibles” and is located in La Porte, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: on board
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Clementine Hunter
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE