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BUTLER M. BROWN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/03/1977 - HFSID 223529

Brown, newly famous after President Carter hung one of his paintings in the White House, responds to an inquiry about his upcoming shows. Autograph Letter signed: "Butler Brown", 1 page, 7¼x10½ Hawkinsville, Georgia, 1977 June 3.

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BUTLER MALLOY BROWN
Brown, newly famous after President Carter hung one of his paintings in the White House, responds to an inquiry about his upcoming shows.
Autograph Letter signed: "Butler Brown", 1 page, 7¼x10½ Hawkinsville, Georgia, 1977 June 3. On personal letterhead to Richard Andrews, Flushing, New York, in full: "Thank you for your letter and for your interest in my work. I apologize for the delay in responding to your letter, but I have been in New York & Pennsylvania for the past three months and my mail has been neglected. It's always gratifying for someone to take the time to write to me about my work. There is no New York show planned at present, however we are planning a show in Washington, D. C., possibly in November. If you like, I will add your name to my mailing list and you will receive notifications of all shows, etc. Thank you again for your interest. Sincerely". Accompanied by original envelope addressed in his hand. Lifelong Georgian Butler M. Brown (b. 1939) paints realistic landscapes and animal portraits, many of which have a nostalgic flavor. He gained fame when President Jimmy Carter, an admirer of Brown's work since he was Governor of Georgia, hung one of his paintings in the White House. His paintings now hang in the homes and offices of prominent business and political leaders worldwide. Featured in articles in leading magazines and newspapers, Brown has also designed art prints for special events, including Macon, Georgia's International Cherry Blossom Festivals of 1992 and 1998.) His son Anthony Brown, also an artist, shares his father's Hawkinsville studio. Light surface creases. Toned on top and bottom margins. Normal mailing folds. Fine condition.

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