Colette Pope Heldner and her husband Knute modernized the way Louisiana artists depicted nature scenes by introducing brighter colors and composing buildings and people from their imaginations. This image is of "Swamp Idyl" by Colette Heldner, painted in oils in 1949, and scaled 24 by 36 inches.
|Courtesy of||Jean Bragg Gallery|
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