A 1988 painting by George Rodrigue entitled "All the King's Men, Forty-two Years Later." This painting was used to promote a lecture by Brooks about his colleague Robert Penn Warren.
|Creator||Rodrigue, George (Artist)|
|Regions||Southwest Louisiana (Acadiana)|
|Time Periods||Late-20th Century|
|Collection Name||VIntage Cajun Prints|
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