Carnegie Visual Arts Center

Sentell Donation of Folk Art to Start Carnegie Permanent Collection

By • Jul 18th, 2007 • Category: News

The Carnegie was recently given ten paintings by Mose Tolliver and Jimmie Lee Suddeth. These pieces, donated by Mr. Lee Sentell, director of the Alabama Tourism Bureau, are significant examples of Alabama folk art. The donation was announced at the Annual meeting in April. Because of this generous gift, the Carnegie will now seek to add to the collection through donations and acquisition of the other works by Alabama folk artists. The collection will be exhibited throughout the year at the Carnegie.

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