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FOOTNOTES: 1. My Life's Story, by Horace Pippin, Horace Pippin: A Negro Painter in America, Selden Rodman, p. 77. 2. Selden Rodman, Op. Cit., p. 7. 3. "Three Self-Taught Pennsylvania Artists: Hicks, Kane, Pippin", Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Horace Pippin, 1888-1964 4. Seldel Rodman, Op. Cit., p. 11. 5. Selden Rodman, Op. Cit., p12. 6. Selden Rodman, Op. Cit., p. 15. 7. Selden Rodman, Op. Cit., p. 16. 8. Selden Rodman, Op. Cit., p.20 BIBLIOGRAPHY: ACA Galleries, New York, 1972, "Four American Primitives: Hicks, Kane, Moses, Pippin" Cleaver, Carol and Selden Rodman, H. Pippin, The Artist As A Black Man, Doubleday, Inc., New York, 1972 Davidson, Abraham A., The Story of American Painting, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, 1974 Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, "Three Self-Taught Pennsylvania Artists: Hicks, Kane. Pippin", 1966 Porter, James A., Modern Negro Art, Arno Press and the New York Times, New York, 1969 Rodman, Selden, Horace Pippin, A Negro Painter in America, Quadrangle Press, New York, 1947
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