Andrée Ruellan

Andrée Ruellan (April 6, 1905 – July 15, 2006) was an American player whose realist action has modernist overtones and commonly depicts mysterious scenes in American South and New York City. Born in Manhattan of French descent, she spent her teens there and in Paris and eventually made her house near the performer colony in Woodstock, New York. Her paintings, prints, watercolors, and drawings are known for their depiction run of the mill people at act out and play. They are held by many American museums and private collectors.

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