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Manchac Marsh Scene

"Manchac Marsh Scene" is a 1950 painting by Hahnville, Louisiana native Clarence Millet. Millet was a store clerk in New Orleans until friends recognized his talent and encouraged him to pursue a career as an artist.

Manchac Marsh Scene

Courtesy of Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Manchac Marsh Scene. Millet, Clarence (Artist)

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