Susan Hood

Don Noble
1:38 pm
Mon May 21, 2007

William Christenberry's Black Belt

Wayne Flynt, in his monumental Alabama in the Twentieth Century, discusses several self-taught, outsider folk artists, the Mose T's, you might call them, but he spends time on only one professionally trained Alabama artist, the man he calls "the Vincent Van Gogh of the Black Belt," William Christenberry.

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