Horace Pippin: Biography from Answers.com
(born Feb. 22, 1888, West Chester, Pa., U.S. — d July 6, 1946, West Chester) U.S. folk painter. Pippin served in the infantry in World War I, but he was wounded
Art by Horace Pippin – Museum Syndicate: Experience Art and History
Horace Pippin was a self-taught African-American painter who worked in a naive style. The injustice of slavery and American segregation figure prominently in many of
NGA Classroom: Counting on Art: Bios / Resources: Meet Horace
Pippin's Early Days. Horace Pippin was an African American painter. He was born around 1888—just twenty-three years after the Civil War and the end of slavery.
Horace Pippin Biography – RoGallery.com – Online Auctions & Select
Born in Pennsylvania, Horace Pippin worked several jobs and joined the army in 1917 before adopting an art career. Upon his return from service, he was badly injured
Horace Pippin Online – Art cyclopedia: The Fine Art Search Engine
Horace Pippin [African-American Folk Artist, 1888-1946] Guide to pictures of works by Horace Pippin in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
Horace Pippin There Will Be Peace
1 Horace Pippin There Will Be Peace Time: 15 minutes Study Guide INTRODUCTION Horace Pippin: There Will Be Peace is a film about an artist whose life was his art.
Horace Pippin – Pipl Profile
Horace Pippin was the first African-American painter to express his concerns about war and social-political injustices in his art, and his compositions on
Horace Pippin (1888 – 1946) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Horace Pippin Born in Pennsylvania, Horace Pippin worked several jobs and joined the army in 1917 before adopting an art career. Upon his return from service, he was
Pippin, Horace – Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Pippin, Horace
US painter. A distinguished African-American folk artist, Pippin's work is characterized by simplified shapes and vivid blocks of colour. He depicted mainly African