| Henry Faulkner|| Artist|
| December 3, 1981, Lexington, Kentucky, United States|
Still life with boot and pears, Still life of flowers
Henry Lawrence Faulkner (January 9, 1924–December 5, 1981) was a Kentucky-born artist and poet known as an eccentric rebel and bohemian. Faulkner is best known for his wildly colorful oil paintings and eccentric acts, including his bringing a bourbon-drinking goat to parties and art shows. He was a close friend, and possible lover, of Tennessee Williams, who called him "a creative poet and artist." Faulkner died in a car accident in Lexington, Kentucky, on December 3, 1981.
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