Scull Twins

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Haydée (d. 2007) and Sahara (d. 2008) Scull, known as the Scull Twins or the Scull sisters, were Cuban-Chinese Folk-artists.

They typically created humorous three-dimensional paintings and sculptures of Old Havana and Florida, using paper mache, wire and acrylic paint. These now fetch high prices with collectors.

They were referenced in a song entitled Scull Twins by Duncan Browne.

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  • Congdon, Kristin G. and Kelley, Kara: American Folk Art: A Regional Reference. ABC-CLIO, 2012. ISBN 978-0-31334-936-2

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