Nell Painter

author of “Old in Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over”

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Nell Irvin Painter is a celebrated historian, and the author of books such as “The History of White People” and “Creating Black Americans.”

Nell Painter on being 'old' in art school

Nell Irvin Painter is a celebrated historian, and the author of books such as “The History of White People” and “Creating Black Americans.”

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