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Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored

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Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored

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Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored Pencil & Graphite Drawing. Size: 11 x 8 1/2 inches. Watercolor on paper.This work is being offered as-is, as in manner of or as after the artist. William -Bill- Traylor (April 1, 1853– October 23, 1949) Was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama that Traylor began to draw. At the age of 85, he took up a pencil and a scrap of cardboard to document his recollections and observations. From 1939 to 1942, while working on the sidewalks of Montgomery, Good condition. See Photo. We pack & Ship for you..We take care of the shipping services in house. No Buyers Premium.
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Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored

Estimate $350 - $5,700
Aug 22
Starting Price $150
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0220: Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored

Sold for $305
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Est. $350 - $5,700Starting Price $150
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Lot 0220 Details

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Bill Taylor Outsider Artist Painting on Paper Colored Pencil & Graphite Drawing. Size: 11 x 8 1/2 inches. Watercolor on paper.This work is being offered as-is, as in manner of or as after the artist. William -Bill- Traylor (April 1, 1853– October 23, 1949) Was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama that Traylor began to draw. At the age of 85, he took up a pencil and a scrap of cardboard to document his recollections and observations. From 1939 to 1942, while working on the sidewalks of Montgomery, Good condition. See Photo. We pack & Ship for you..We take care of the shipping services in house. No Buyers Premium.

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