Jackson Lee Nesbitt (American, 1913 – 2008)

From workers wrestling with heavy machinery to a lone horseman traveling down a rut-filled country road; from the animated crowd at a livestock auction to the dignified worshippers at a serene Sunday service; Jackson Lee Nesbitt chose to represent the essence of humanity and the nobility of ordinary folk striving to get along as best they can.  He studied with Thomas Hart Benton and John Demartelly at the Kansas City Art Institute, and his work over the decades celebrated his Regionalist roots.

Stone and Press published a catalogue raisonne, Jackson Lee Nesbitt, The Graphic Work in 1993.

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