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Henry Darger wrote thousands of pages about the Child Slave Rebellion, a sci-fi or fantasy story chronicling the Vivian Girls as they tried to escape from hostile rulers. He also illustrated the novels through a collage process utilizing newspaper and magazine cut-outs.

Darger. When I discovered him, I rejoiced/despaired that what I had been trying to do my whole life, he had already done better.

One of the many amazing works of Henry Darger, the most amazing and inspiring accidental artist to have existed, in my opinion.

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A Vivian Girl, Henry Darger I really like the color scheme in this as well as the simplicity of the lines on the person, specifically the face and the dress

outside artist henry j darger The use of simple lines as outlines seems very interesting to me

Study of Blengin (detail) by Henry Darger / Chicago, Mid-20th century / The Henry Darger Study Center at the American Folk Art Museum

STUDY OF A VIVIAN GIRL WITH DOLL / Henry Darger (1892–1973), Chicago, mid-20th century, watercolor, carbon tracing, and pencil on paper 12 x 9 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Robert and Louise Kleinberg in celebration of granddaughter Cecelia Cooley, 2004.15.1, © Kiyoko Lerner, photo by Gavin Ashworth

Spangled Blengin, Edible All Nations of Christian Nature. All Islands of Every Sea by Henry Darger, 1940s-1960s