List of outsider artists

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This list, of art makers who are considered Outsider artists, includes self-taught, visionary art and naïve art makers known for the creation of artworks that are primarily visual in nature such as drawings, paintings, sculptures, and visionary environments. The entries are in alphabetical order by surname. Birth and death dates are included.


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