KnowLA contains more than 1,100 images, which have been contributed from many organization in Louisiana and outside of the state. The images are presented here in alphabetical order.
Humphrey, Percy - Photograph - Pictured with Willie Humphrey
Brothers Percy Humphrey (trumpet) and Willie Humphrey (clarinet) played together in the Eureka Brass Band and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. ZoomifyView »
Humphrey, Percy - Photograph - Pictured with Willie Humphrey, Albert Warner, and Emanuel Paul
Percy Humphrey (trumpet) with his brother Willie Humphrey (clarinet), Albert Warner (trombone), and Emanuel Paul (saxophone) play at a funeral party. ZoomifyView »
Humphrey, Percy -Photograph - Head and shoulders portrait
Percy Humphrey played first trumpet and was the bandleader of the Eureka Brass Band. He is pictured here with jazz cornetist Albert "Fernandez" Walters during clarinetist George Lewis's funeral in 1968. View »
Humphries, Jacqueline - Painting - "Good'n Plenty"
New Orleans–born and New York City–based Jacqueline Humphries's large-scale paintings owe homage to abstract expressionism and minimalism. Good'n Plenty, made in 2007, measures 80 x 87 inches. ZoomifyView »
Humphries, Jacqueline - Painting - "Sunset Red"
Artist Jacqueline Humphreys says she refuses to depict "real things" and wants to attract viewers through other means. This oil and enamel painting from 1996 is titled Sunset Red. ZoomifyView »
Hunley, Horace Lawson - Photograph - Portrait
A portrait of Horace Lawson Hunley. A confederate marine engineer who developed early hand-powered submarines during the American Civil War. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Illustration - "Ladies Picking Cotton"
Self-taught artist Clementine Hunter first worked as a cotton picker on Melrose Plantation before becoming nanny and cook to the owner's children. She created Ladies Picking Cotton" ca. 1980. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - “Baptismal”
A 1963 painting by Louisiana self-taught artist Clementine Hunter. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - “Big Chicken”
A 1963 painting by Clementine Hunter of a big brown and black chicken pulling a cart load of cotton over green grass. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Baptism"
The prominence of religious scenes in Clementine Hunter's artworks indicates the importance of church activities in her Creole community. She painted "Baptism" in 1950. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Black Angels"
Self-taught artist Clementine Hunter created folk art from scenes around her home on the Melrose Plantation complex near the Cane River. This painting is titled "Black Angels." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Cotton Gin & Bales"
African American artist Clementine Hunter worked at Melrose Plantation in Nachitoches Parish when she began making art that reflected the lives and work of the people around her. This painting is titled "Cotton Gin and Bales." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Cotton Gin"
Almost all of Clementine Hunter's artworks depict African Americans going about their daily activities on a plantation. In this 1950 painting, Hunter illustrated the process of feeding the "Cotton Gin." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Flowering River"
Clementine Hunter's penchant for capturing African-American life along the Cane River is evident this circa 1950 oil painting, "Flowering River." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "No. 57 Chaleur: Sun Gives Life To Everything"
Although self-taught artist Clementine Hunter's subject was drawn from common plantation scenes, occasionally she chose spiritual concepts such as this "#57 Chaleur: The Sun Gives Life to Everything." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Panorama of Baptism on Cane River"
Clementine Hunter began to exclusively focus on her art through financial support from the Rosenwald Fund in 1945, the same year she completed "Panorama of Baptism on Cane River," an oil painting on window shade. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "The Wedding"
Clementine Hunter's work is in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art, the American Folk Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Louisiana State Museum. She painted "The Wedding in 1970, when she was eighty three years old. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Wagon to Market with Mustard Greens"
Melrose Plantation owner Cammie Henry encouraged artists to stay at the plantation, and it was through their influence that Clementine Hunter began "marking" her own pictures. Her distinctive style garnered critical and popular acclaim. Sometime in the 1980s she made "Wagon to Market with Mustard Greens." ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - "Wash Day with Clementine Painting"
In "Wash Day with Clementine," self-taught artist Clementine Hunter portrays herself, painting while seated, which is how Hunter preferred to paint. ZoomifyView »
Hunter, Clementine - Painting - Picking Cotton/African House
Though she began to paint late in life, Clementine Hunter's decades toiling at Melrose Plantation provided plenty of inspiration, as this circa 1955 oil painting "Picking Cotton / African House" shows. ZoomifyView »