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an art studio in Litchfield, CT during her later years. After Jefferson's retirement from Friendship Press in 1960, she made several trips to Africa, eventually publishing her book The Decorative Arts of Africa in 1974. Louise E. Jefferson was born in Washington, DC as an only child to parents Louise and Paul Jefferson. Jefferson's later years were spent in Litchfield, Connecticut, where she occupied the last few years of her life gardening and entertaining friends.
Read by Louise E. Jefferson. Published September 28th 1973 by The Viking Press. The Decorative Arts of Africa (A Studio book). 0670262854 (ISBN13: 9780670262854).
Book of African Records, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Open Frontiers: The Mobility of Art in Black Africa. Seattle and London: University of Washington Pressfor the Henry Art Gallery, 1973. The Decorative Arts of Africa. By Louise E. London: Collins, 1974. African Art in Cultural Perspective: an Introduction. New York: Norton, 1973. Open Frontiers: The Mobility of Art in Black Africa.
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This book is illustrated with diagrams and sketches throughout, the author offers step-by-step instructions for drawing all sorts of different cats, from playful kittens to lions tigers and jaguars. Robert Barrett, master fine artist, instructor and university professor, re-creates his studio class on the pages of this book.
Louise Jefferson (née Mills) was a supporting character, portrayed by Emmy Award-winning actress Isabel Sanford, who appeared first on the television series All in the Family. She later became one of the main characters in its spinoff series, The Jeffersons. Her role lasted from 1971 to 1985, from her debut on All in the Family through the final episode of The Jeffersons. She was often referred to as "Weezie" by her on-screen husband, George Jefferson, and sometimes as "Mrs. by her neighbor Archie Bunker
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