The Highwaymen: Art / History
January 8 – March 6, 2022
The famed Florida landscape painters, first known in the 1950s as the
artists who sold their work from the trunks of their cars, deserve a closer
look. This new survey brings to light these outsider artists’ innate visions,
revealing the inventive style, confident strokes, and collaborative spirit
that would captivate countless patrons, define their movement,
and demand their place in the history of art.
Win A Masterpiece of Florida Art
Annual Raffle Drawing
Sunday, March 6, 2022
This extraordinary 30 x 46 silver gelatin photograph by the master artist
Clyde Butcher, featuring a timeless image of Florida’s wild and scenic
Loxahatchee River, will be raffled off to one lucky art lover, with all
proceeds helping to support the Museum and its work in the community.
Tickets are available for donations of $25 each, or $60 for three,
or $100 for six chances to win at www.BackusMuseum.org/raffle
Rules for drawing are on display at the Museum. All dates subject to change. Please visit the Museum’s website for updates on schedule and events.
Harold Newton (1934-1994). After the Storm, n.d. Oil on Masonite, 24 x 30 in. Lightle Collection.
Clyde Butcher (b.1942). Loxahatchee #30, 1998. Archival Silver Gelatin Print, Ed.21/50. 30 x 46 in.
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