“Mine is a quiet exploration—a quest for new meanings in color, texture and design. Even though I sometimes portray scenes of poor and struggling people, it is a great joy to paint.” Lois Mailou Jones
Loïs Mailou JonesAmerican artist and educator was born.
In 1933 she entered the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and won the coveted Susan Minot Lane Scholarship in Design, chaired the Palmer Memorial Institute in Sedalia, North Carolina from 1938 to 1977.
Lois Mailou Jones – American artist and educator – Associated Links:
- Lois Mailou Jones | Home: http://www.loismailoujones.com
- Lois Mailou Jones | Britannica.com: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Lois-Mailou-Jones
- Lois Mailou Jones | Smithsonian: https://americanart.si.edu/artist/loïs-mailou-jones-5658
- Lois Mailou Jones | The Black Past Remembered: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/jones-lois-mailou-1905-1998
- Lois Mailou Jones | National Museum of Women in the Arts: https://nmwa.org/explore/artist-profiles/loïs-mailou-jones
- Lois Mailou Jones | Harlem Renaissance Artist: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/harlem-renaissance/harlem-renaissance-artist-lois-mailou-jones-1905-1998
- Lois Mailou Jones | Quotes: https://www.primoquotes.com/author/Lois+Mailou+Jones
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