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Palm Bay

Artist:  Al Black       More by this artist

Category:  Paintings - Highwaymen       More in this category

Medium:  Acrylic on Upson Board

Description:  
Al Black may be remembered as the best salesman of all the Highwaymen.His ability to charm a prospective customer or journalist is what marks his personality. He readily draws you in with his stories, and most people who meet him report that he is surprisingly likeable, in spite of his somewhat questionable background. Black was born in 1947 near Jackson, Mississippi, on a Barlow plantation to a poor, farmworker family. The three birds he places in his landscapes, signifying the Trinity, is the best way to identify Al Black’s paintings. He paints traditional Highwaymen subject matter: rivers, beaches, waves, sunsets, and varying kinds of foliage. These days Al spends more time on each painting, as perfecting his skills is important to him, and his ongoing practice reflects his increasing expertise. Black claims painting made him who he is today.

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Length:  24
Width:  12
Height:  N/A





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