Art Brokerage: 1908-1994 - American artist Lee Godie lived on the streets of Chicago by choice. She considered herself to be a great French Impressionist. She sold her paintings on the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago. She kept her paintings in a locker in the Greyhound bus terminal. Godie painted on objects as found: paper, discarded window shades, etc. She did not like fair haired people and often refused to sell to them or charged them more than dark haired people. Donna Rose, owner of Art Brokerage was acquainted with Lee personally and greatly admired her individuality and committment to her art.
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