Louisiana-born artist most widely known for his ink sketches of Cajun nation. His other functions include an essential oil painting entitled Downtown Baton Rouge along with a watercolor plantation series known as Beau Sejour. He examined journalism at Louisiana Condition University and artwork at Washington, D.C.’s Corcoran University of Artwork and Design. Within the 1930s, he going the Art Section at Louisiana Condition University. Afterwards, he trained in Florida, NY, NEW YORK, Massachusetts, and Washington. Blessed in Sibley, Louisiana to Molly and Julian Looney, he passed away of Parkinson’s disease at age seventy-six. He and Walter Inglis Anderson, blessed one year aside, were fellow visible performers and Louisiana natives.