illustration US : Bill Traylor, 1942, dessin, chat escaladant un homme ou un épouvantail, 1940s, vert pâle, art brut

illustration US : Bill Traylor, 1942, dessin, chat escaladant un homme ou un épouvantail, 1940s, vert pâle, art brut

Bill Traylor (1854-1949) - Creeping Black Critter. Poster Paint and Pencil on Cardboard. Circa 1939-1942.

Bill Traylor (1854-1949) - Creeping Black Critter. Poster Paint and Pencil on Cardboard. Circa 1939-1942.

photos of Bill Traylor's first exhibition taken by a New South member.

photos of Bill Traylor's first exhibition taken by a New South member.

William "Bill" Traylor (1854 – 1949) was a self-taught artist born into slavery on a plantation near Benton, in Lowndes County, Alabama. After emancipation, his family continued to farm on the plantation until the 1930s. In 1939, at age eighty-five, he moved to Montgomery. During the day, he sat on the sidewalk and drew images of the people and farm life. Traylor's art ranges from $25,000 upward of $200,000. Though he may have fathered as many as 20 children, his progeny owns none of his…

William "Bill" Traylor (1854 – 1949) was a self-taught artist born into slavery on a plantation near Benton, in Lowndes County, Alabama. After emancipation, his family continued to farm on the plantation until the 1930s. In 1939, at age eighty-five, he moved to Montgomery. During the day, he sat on the sidewalk and drew images of the people and farm life. Traylor's art ranges from $25,000 upward of $200,000. Though he may have fathered as many as 20 children, his progeny owns none of his…

Bill Traylor, American, about 1854-1949  House with Figures and Animals (House with Figures; House with Figures and Snake)  1939  Colored pencil and graphite on cardboard

Bill Traylor, American, about 1854-1949 House with Figures and Animals (House with Figures; House with Figures and Snake) 1939 Colored pencil and graphite on cardboard

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These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as

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