Caroline Wogan Durieux (1896-1989), a New Orleans native of Creole descent, was a celebrated Louisiana artist of the twentieth century who taught art at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.) and invented a print-making process which involved radioactive ink.
Caroline Durieux's papers include personal and professional correspondence, printed items, and photographs of Durieux and her art work which document her artistic career and career in art education at LSU.
The graphic series contains approximately 85 photographs of Durieux's lithographs, cliche verres, electron prints and paintings. The series also contains several untitled electron prints, a cliche verre positive, a sketchbook and photographs of Durieux.