1960s-70s

George Rodrigue, 1965Anecdotes and Antidotes
By Bob Angers, Wednesday, April 9, 1969

Louisiana Artist Preserves Image Of Gourmet Society, January 28, 1971

Louisiana Painter Sets One-Man Show Here, Beaumont Enterprise-Journal, August 8, 1971

Rodrigue Original Featured, By Frances Love, Advertiser, Lafayette, LA, Thursday, February 22, 1973

George Rodrigue and Time in Slow Motion, by Camilla Hunt Cole, Art in America, March-April 1974

Award Winner, The Times-Picayune, Wednesday, August 14, 1974

Art About Town Auction, The Dallas Morning News, September 8, 1974

The Cajuns’ French Revolution

Through language, art, music, and cuisine, there is revived interest in the distinctive French heritage of the Cajuns of South Louisiana, by Tom Adkinson, Southern Living, October 1975

Paintings of ‘Cajun country’, By Gail Banks, The Boston Globe, Thursday, November 13, 1975

Three painters — three strikingly varied styles, By Mary Lou Kelley, The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, November 16, 1975

The Cajuns of George Rodrigue. By George Rodrigue. Published 1976 by Oxmoor House, Birmingham.

Boston and its Antiques, By Helen Harris, Town & Country, April 1976

Artist depicts spirit of Cajun homeland, by Royal Brightbill (United Press International), The New York Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976

Rodrigue’s Book Is Record of Struggle, Sunday Advocate, Baton Rouge, December 12, 1976

‘Evangeline’ is exhibit topic, Lake Charles American Press, January 22, 1977

Arts Center benefit — Cajun folk culture, food, By Charlene Kaiser, Arkansas Democrat, February 11, 1977

Cajun artist paints lively, humorous ‘ghosts’, By Charlotte Moser, Houston Chronicle, p 8, Section2, February 26, 1977

Cajun art a glimpse of heritage, By Mimi Crossley, The Houston Post, March 1, 1977

New Iberia artist serious painter of Southwest Louisiana, By Truman Stacey (Associated Press writer), The Associated Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1977

Rosalynn picks artist book on Cajun culture, by June Smith, Beaumont Sunday Enterprise-Journal, July 31, 1977

George Rodrigue to open art exhibit at museum, Lake Charles American Press, Saturday, August 13, 1977

His Cajun art catches the First Lady’s fancy, By Candace Hollar, The Saratogian, Saratoga Springs, NY, August 14, 1977

Artist recreates uprooting of Cajun culture, By Corinne Peace, Lake Charles American Press, August 27, 1977

Putting A Culture On Canvas, by Harry Reed, Southwest Art, December 1977

George Rodrigue at 226 Decatur Gallery (New Orleans), by Madeleine L. Butler, Art Voices/South, January/February, 1978, Volume 1 – No. 1, p32

Rodrigue exhibit opens, The Beaumont Enterprise, November 12, 1978

Bayou Surrealist, By Betty Bigner, Shreveport Journal, May 4, 1979