Self-taught artist Jimmy Lee Sudduth was born in Fayette County, where he spent his entire life in a modest home, even as he rose to prominence as of one of the great southern folk artists of the twentieth century. He captured the attention of local, national, and international art collectors, galleries, and museums for his portraits, local scenes, still lifes, and animals created with natural pigments and mud. He is widely recognized as a master in the field of outsider art.

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Encyclopedia of Alabama

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