(1888-1967) Louise Angelique Sarrazin was known for her Louisiana themes.
Working both in pen and ink and watercolor, by 1920 Sarrazin worked as a newspaper artist by 1920. She also produced pen and ink illustration for a book published in 1923.
In 1950 Sarrazin's depictions of idyllic visions of rural African American life were reproduced by Harmonson publishing.
The above was taken directly from AskArt.com, having been submitted by Angela Lawson.