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Louisiana State Painting
Adopted on June 29, 1995.
"Louisiana" was designated the official painting for the state of Louisiana by Act 981 on June 29, 1995. Containing representations of every current official symbol as well as many commonly accepted state icons and dominated by the state colors of gold, white and blue, the oil painting was a collaboration by artists Johnny O. Bell and Johnny F. Bell. The father-and-son artist team conceived the idea for an official state painting in 1972, began work in 1975 and completed it in 1985.
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