Louis F. Raynaud was active/lived in Texas, Louisiana. Louis Raynaud is known for cotton genre, figure and landscape painting.
Biography Louis Raynaud
A painter and teacher, Louis Raynaud was born in New Orleans and was a resident there and in Chicago where he was active in the Society for Sanity in Art. He was also a member of the New Orleans Art Association, the Southern States Art League, and the New Orleans Arts and Crafts Club.
He won a third-place prize in 1929 in the Edgar B Davis Competition in San Antonio for his painting titled Picaninnies in Cotton, which depicted African-American children. Other exhibition venues included the Society of Independent Artists, the New Orleans Art Association and the New Orleans Art League.
Raynaud was a WPA artist for the Federal Art Program and did post office murals in St. Louis, Missouri and Abbeville, Louisia