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Joe Jones

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Jones, Joe
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Photographic Print : 1 ; 18 x 23 cm.
Identification typed on verso: 11599
Associated Press Photo From New York, Caution: Use Credit
(Editors: Released Sunday, Sept. 4, with John Selby's Advance on Jone Jones, St. Louis artist.)
Used To Paint Houses
Meet Joe Jones, 29-year-old St. Louisan, who quit painting houses to make a name for himself in oil and canvas. Self-taught, he has two pictures in New York Museums; has won government assignments, and once was given a Guggenheim Fellowship to do a "Dust Bowl" series. Jones says he is an inactive communist. His works are termed earthy because, he says, "I like to think of things as being round and square, hot and cold, black and white." Associated Press Photo
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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560
Artists at or with their work
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