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Deep Blues: Bill Traylor, Self-Taught Artist

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A portrait of self-taught African-American artist Bill Traylor, an artist whose career began after his eightieth birthday, explores the work of this former slave whose life spanned the Civil War, Reconstruction, and both world wars.
Hardcover, 42 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Scribner Book Company
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A biography for kids (or new readers) about the great Bill Traylor.
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Mary E. Lyons, a former teacher and librarian, became a full-time writer in 1993. She is the author of nineteen books for young readers published by Scribner, Atheneum, Henry Holt, Houghton Mifflin and Oxford University Press. Born and raised in the American South, she lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her husband, Paul. Her latest publication, written for adults, is a concise, narrative hi ...more
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