A rare chance to purchase a Gage Taylor painting. Taylor designed and stained the frame, which was made to order by Haas Woodworking of San Francisco.
Measurements: 24" Diameter framed and 18" unframed.
Museum quality frame.
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About the Artist
Gage Taylor (born 1942, died 2000) is considered one of the six originators of what came to be known as “California Visionary Art" (see the book Visions published by Pomegranate Press). His work is included in many museum, corporate, and private collections.
Taylor's work was featured in Newsweek, Omni, and other publications. Mescaline Woods, considered a pivotal painting at the time, is owned by the Haggin Museum in Sacramento. It is included in the book "25 Years of the Art of the San Francisco Bay Area" and was in the exhibit at the Oakland Museum based on that book.
Taylor's work has exhibited in The Smithsonian, The Whitney Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Huntsville Museum. Internationally he exhibited at The Paris Biennale, The India Triennale, and in Italy, Germany, Japan, Chile, Peru, and Nepal.
Taylor also collaborated for 17 years with painter Uriél Dana until his death in 2000.
Wikipedia: Gage Taylor
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