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Paul Arsenault lectures on the Florida Highwaymen, Jan. 2012

Patrons fill the room during a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen by Naples artist Paul Arsenault at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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Patrons fill the room during a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen by Naples artist Paul Arsenault at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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  • Naples artist Paul Arsenault gives a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • A copy of the hardcover book The Journey of the Highwaymen by Catherine M. Enns is held in the front row during a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Patrons fill the room during a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen by Naples artist Paul Arsenault at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Naples artist Paul Arsenault talks with Alan Sandlin before the start of a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Alan Sandlin introduces Naples artist Paul Arsenault before Arsenault's lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Naples artist Paul Arsenault gives a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • The works of the Highwaymen are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • The works of the Highwaymen are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Naples artist Paul Arsenault gives a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Naples artist Paul Arsenault smiles as he is introduced by Alan Sandlin before his lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

Naples artist Paul Arsenault gives a lecture on the Florida Highwaymen at the Marco Island Historical Society on Thursday evening. The Highwaymen are a group of African American artists who painted and sold Florida landscapes in the Jim Crow era. The works of these artist are on exhibit at the Historical Society and can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Jason Easterly/Eagle Correspondent

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