About Clementine Hunter

Hidden Hill Plantation, now known as Little Eva Plantation was the birthplace of Louisiana’s famous primitive folk artist Clementine Hunter.  Clementine was born the oldest of seven children to Antoinette Adams and Janvier Reuben.  When she was five, her family moved from Little Eva Plantation into the town of Cloutierville.  Around the age of fifteen, Clementine moved to where she would spend the rest of her life, Melrose Plantation.  It was here at Melrose where she would receive inspiration for the art work that has made her one of America’s most famous folk artists.

The Natchitoches Pecans Gift Shop is proud to offer Clementine Hunter inspired items such as ornaments, magnets, serving pieces of dishware  and gallery quality reproduction canvases by Gitter Gallery.  The book Clementine Hunter: Her Life is also available.  Go to  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clementine-Hunter/629265207163688  to view lots of our Clementine inspired items.

The Clementine Hunter Collection by gittergallery

The Clementine Hunter Collection by gittergallery

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