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"Literary Roost: To Kill a Mockingbird" a Mockingbird oil painting by Camille Engel
Title: Literary Roost: To Kill a Mockingbird
Artist: Camille Engel
Size: 20 x 16 inches
Medium: Oil on Linen
Camille Engel is typically known as a still life contemporary realist artist. This realism oil painting is a Male Mockingbird and books bird painting.
To Kill a Mockingbird is my latest painting in the "Literary Roost" series. A Male Mockingbird is perched on the "evidence" in a stack of law books.
An attorney in Austin, TX commissioned this painting. (For historical purposes... this is my first painting on linen.)
This Literary Roost series of paintings is inspired by and dedicated to my daughter, Audry Camille Engel-Beckett, an avid reader and aspiring Opera Singer.
Judge Harry N. Graves
Born April 4, 1877 in La Vernia (Wilson County), Harry Graves attended Southwestern University in Georgetown and later served three terms as city attorney. He aided the prosecution in a landmark trial against the Ku Klux Klan, 1923-24 (he lived at this site at the time). District attorney and future governor Dan Moody led the team. In 1929, voters elected Graves to the Texas house of representatives, where in 1930 he wrote the bill establishing the Texas highway patrol. In 1937, he became a judge on the Texas court of criminal appeals. Graves died in 1957 and was buried in the State Cemetery, Austin, leaving a legacy of civil rights and public safety for Texas. (Marker No. 13558)
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