Lot 248    

Abstract Watercolor by Grace Martin Taylor
5/9/2014 - Modern Ceramics and 20th Century Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Grace Martin Taylor (American, West Virginia, 1903-1995), 1948. An abstract Modernist watercolor, signed and dated l.l.; 21 1/4 x 18 1/2 in. (sight).

Martin Taylor was a prominent American Modernist who gained national acclaim for her watercolors and woodcuts. She was a student of Hans Hoffman. Her work is included in numerous museum and private collections and has been featured nationally and internationally in exhibitions of American abstraction.
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