George Rodrigue

George Rodrigue (March 13, 1944 – December 14, 2013) was an American player who in the late 1960s began painting Louisiana landscapes, followed soon after by outside family gatherings and southwest Louisiana 19th-century and early 20th-century genre scenes. His paintings often include moss-clad oak trees, which are common to an Place of French Louisiana known as Acadiana. In the mid-1990s Rodrigue's Blue Dog paintings, based upon a Cajun legend called Loup-garou, catapulted him to worldwide fame.

His funeral accumulation was gain admission to to the public, held at St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans.

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