Louisiana Road Scene
"Louisiana Road Scene", is a genre painting by John Genin in 1870. It is considered genre because of the everyday rural scene of a group of African Americans working outside of a small cabin. The porch has clothing hanging over the railing and next to the cabin is a man riding in lumber and a women carrying a basket to the lake. In the distance are land and cattle. Oil on canvas; 14 x 24 in.
|Courtesy of||New Orleans Museum of Art|
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