Louisiana State University Museum of Art

On the levee or Harding Field

Caroline Wogan Durieux - Lithograph - On the levee or Harding Field

A lithograph by Louisiana artist Caroline Wogan Durieux entitled "On the levee or Harding field". ZoomifyView »

In the French Quarter

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Lithograph - "In the French Quarter"

Nationally-acclaimed artist and social satirist Caroline Durieux made this black lithograph on 11 x 17 inch paper, "In the French Quarter" in 1945. ZoomifyView »

Caroline Wogan Durieux

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Photograph - Head and shoulders portrait

Fonville Winnans took this photograph of Caroline Wogan Durieux in 1981. View »

Almost

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Black and white cliché verre with some hand color - Entitled “Almost”,1971

This hand-colored cliché verre (Greek for glass picture) entitled “Almost” was created by Caroline Wogan Durieux. ZoomifyView »

1975

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Black and white electron - Entitled "1975"

This electron print made with radioactive ink entitled “1975” is a typical example of by Caroline Wogan Durieux's satirical and sometimes cartoon-like drawing style. Durieux worked with the Louisiana State University Department of Nuclear Science to pioneer this printmaking process. ZoomifyView »

King of the Carnival

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Black and white lithograph - Entitled “King of the Carnival”

“King of the Carnival” by Caroline Wogan Durieux. c. 1946. ZoomifyView »

Five Girls, Mardi Gras Day

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Black and white lithograph - Entitled “Five Girls, Mardi Gras Day”, 1946

“Five Girls, Mardi Gras Day” by Caroline Wogan Durieux. ZoomifyView »

Speech

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Electron print - "Speech"

A 1953 electron print by Louisiana artist Caroline Wogan Durieux, entitled "Speech". ZoomifyView »

Fashion

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Illustration - "Fashion"

A 1953 black electron print by Louisiana artist Caroline Wogan Durieux entitled "Fashion". Durieux pioneered the Black Electron printmaking process wherein radioactive ink is applied to sensitized paper. ZoomifyView »

Cafe Tupinamba

Durieux, Caroline Wogan - Painting - Cafe Tupinamba

A 1934 painting by Louisiana artist Caroline Wogan Durieux entitled " Cafe Tupinamba". This painting is Ms. Durieux's own version of the art moderne style, and is widely regarded as her finest oil painting. ZoomifyView »