From the time Pippin could hold a piece of charcoal, he loved to draw, but when he returned home from World War I, he couldn’t even lift his right arm. How did he become an artist whose work is displayed in museums and galleries across the country? Full color illustrations.
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African-American artist Horace Pippin became a full-time painter after he was injured in World War I. A colorful account of Pippin's life and work.
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