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William H. Johnson, Woman Ironing, 1944, oil on plywood, Smithsonian National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. Born 1901, Florence, South Carolina; suffered discrimination under segregation; studied at National Academy of Design, New York;  moved to France 1926, then Denmark; returned to U.S.1938, with Danish wife, Holcha Krake, who died in 1943; lived in New York till 1946.  Wife died in 1943; he never recovered. In 1947, he was committed to a mental hospital until his death in…

William H. Johnson, Woman Ironing, 1944, oil on plywood, Smithsonian National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. Born 1901, Florence, South Carolina; suffered discrimination under segregation; studied at National Academy of Design, New York; moved to France 1926, then Denmark; returned to U.S.1938, with Danish wife, Holcha Krake, who died in 1943; lived in New York till 1946. Wife died in 1943; he never recovered. In 1947, he was committed to a mental hospital until his death in…

Horace Pippin - Saturday Night Bath 1945

Horace Pippin - Saturday Night Bath 1945

Horace Pippin’s final painting, Man on a Bench, 1946. Oil on canvas.    Read more about the art, life, and legacy of Horace Pippin at Gwarlingo: http://www.gwarlingo.com/2013/horace-pippin/

Horace Pippin’s final painting, Man on a Bench, 1946. Oil on canvas. Read more about the art, life, and legacy of Horace Pippin at Gwarlingo: http://www.gwarlingo.com/2013/horace-pippin/

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