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Jimmy Lee Sudduth - © christian berst — art brut
Date 1910 — 2007
Country United States

Born in Caines Ridge, Alabama in 1910, Jim Sudduth began painting at the age of 3. He is best known for his paintings made from dirt and mixtures of berries, grasses, and leaves. Sudduth claimed to be able to obtain 23 colors from the dirt and rocks around his house. The artist would use his forefinger and thumb to smear his concoctions on plywood panels, old boards, doors, and anything else he could paint on. His subjects ranged from Southern mansions to self-portraits, his dog (Toto) and postcard views of New York City.

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untitled - © christian berst — art brut
untitled, 1988
12.2 x 24.8 in
untitled - © christian berst — art brut
untitled, 1987
24.8 x 26.38 in
untitled - © christian berst — art brut
untitled, 1988
24.02 x 24.02 in
untitled, Dog - © christian berst — art brut
untitled, Dog, 1986
12.2 x 24.8 in
Untitled - © christian berst — art brut
Untitled, 1987
9.45 x 18.9 in
american outsiders I
the black south, at the gallery. From June 19 to July 18, 2009.
Press review
American outsiders - The Black South
Télérama Sortir. July 15, 2009.
High Museum of Art
United States
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Jimmy Lee Sudduth

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