Hendersonville, NC, January 09, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Artist Lucelle Raad began life in a convent in London, struggling to just survive. The idea of becoming an artist never entered her mind. Yet, today, she is best known as the "artist who paints children," and her paintings of children are familiar to everyone, and are displayed and sold all over the world.
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