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Artist: Charles William Taylor ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Charles William Taylor Before Burford ET 19th - 20th century
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Charles William Taylor Corn in Essex engraving 19th - 20th century
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John Taylor Arms Dorothy and John Taylor Arms A.D. MCMXXV; also called Spanish Jewelry etching 1925
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John Taylor Arms Gerona etching 1925
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Charles Surendorf Bay and Taylor Wood engraving 20th century
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Charles Taylor Stonehenge. 18th century
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Slover and Taylor Side chair mahogany circa 1800
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John William Joseph Winkler Isles of San Francisco, from Vallejo and Taylor Streets Etching 19th - 20th century
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Charles Taylor Cassio, in Othello, Act II, Scene III 18th century
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Charles Taylor Iago in Othello, Act III, Scene III 18th century
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Charles Taylor Roderigo in Othello, Act I, Scene I 18th century
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Charles Taylor Edmund in King Lear, Act I, Scene II 18th century
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Charles Taylor Valentine, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act V, Scene IV 18th century
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Charles Taylor Tullus Aufidius, in Coriolanus, Act V, Scene V 18th century
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Charles Taylor Edgar in King Lear, Act III, Scene I 18th century
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Charles Taylor Hermia, Midsummer Night's Dream, Act II, Scene III 18th century
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Thomas Gainsborough - Mrs. John Taylor c. 1778 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art British
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John Taylor Arms Stanwick Churchyard etching 1939
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John Taylor Arms Street in Porto Maurizio etching 1927
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John Taylor Arms Stockholm etching and aquatint 1940
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John Taylor Arms Santa Maria Major, Ronda etching 1935
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John Taylor Arms Le Penseur de Notre Dame. etching 1923
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John Taylor Arms Cavendish Common, 1938 etching 1942
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John Taylor Arms Light and Shade, Taxco etching 1946
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John Taylor Arms Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico etching and aquatint 1941
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John Taylor Arms Watching the People Below - Amiens Cathedral black ink 1921
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John Taylor Arms The Church of St. Francis and the Natizone, Cividale etching 1931
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Barkley Leonnard Hendricks - George Jules Taylor 1872 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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C. Taylor The Landscape Magazine. Principles of Drawing Landscape by Francis Fitzgerald (London: C. Taylor, [ca. 1793]) book with engravings with etching 1793
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John Taylor Arms Vermont; also called God's Mirror etching 1944
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John Taylor Arms Sunlight on Stone, Caudebac-en-Caux etching 1931
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John Taylor Arms Volterra; also called Volterra, The Town in the Clouds etching 1927
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John Taylor Arms Triangular Bridge, Crowland(sic), England etching with aquatint 1941
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John Taylor Arms Mont-Saint-Michel; also called Abbey Church of St. Michel etching 1926
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Edward De Witt Taylor The Quiet Bay Etching 1932
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La baron Taylor, de l'Institut, dessinateur (1825 en) by HEIM François Joseph
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lettre d'Alexandre Dumas au baron Taylor (1832) by DUMAS Alexandre Père
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John Taylor Arms Anglia Antiqua, West Walton; also called The Church of West Walton etching 1937
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John Taylor Arms Shadows of Venice; also called Il Ponte Di Rialto, Venezia etching and aquatint 1930
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Edward De Witt Taylor Still Waters Drypoint etching 1930
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Edward De Witt Taylor Eulecka II Drypoint Etching 1934
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Edward De Witt Taylor A Farm in the Hills linoleum cut 1930
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Edward De Witt Taylor The Hull Drypoint etching 1931
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John Taylor Arms Guardians of the Spire; also called Amiens Cathedral Number Two; and Gardiens De La Fleche, Amiens etching 1921
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John Taylor Arms U.S.S. Columbia Under Construction at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, N.J. - 1942 etching with drypoint 1945
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Edward De Witt Taylor Chin Yon Shrimp Camp Etching 1914
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Edward De Witt Taylor Purse Seiner Drypoint etching 1936
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Edward De Witt Taylor Islair Creek Drypoint etching 1934
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Edward De Witt Taylor Wharf Along the Waterfront, Monterey Etching 1935
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Edward De Witt Taylor Fish Camp, Hunter's Point DP 1933
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Edward De Witt Taylor A Wharf in Monterey Drypoint etching 1929
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Edward De Witt Taylor Bare Branches Drypoint etching 1939
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Edward De Witt Taylor The Old Wharf Etching 19th - 20th century
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Edward De Witt Taylor Slack Tide Drypoint etching 1930
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Edward De Witt Taylor A Farm in the Hills Drypoint etching 1930
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John Taylor Arms Jewelry: Choir Stalls of the Cathedral of St. Cecilia, Albi; also called The Reredos, St. Cecilia, Albi etching 1938
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Edward De Witt Taylor Snow in San Francisco Hills DP, third state 1933
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John Taylor Arms Gloria: Saint Riquier; also called The Church of Saint Riquier; and Gloria Ecclesiae Antiquae etching 1937
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John Taylor Arms French Lace, also called The West Portal of the Church of Notre Dame, Villefranche-en-Rouerque, Aveyron etching 1949
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Edward De Witt Taylor A San Mateo Farm Linoleum cut 19th - 20th century

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (40)
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Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Directions: Sam Taylor-Wood
Meet the Artist Thursday, July 15, at 12 noon Sam Taylor-Wood will discuss her work. Ring Auditorium. ...

Hayward Gallery: Sam Taylor-Wood
In Piet (2001), a large-scale video projection based on Michelangelos Vatican sculpture, the artist struggles to hold actor Robert Downey Jr. in the pose of the dying Christ. Third Party (1999), shown for the first time in Britain, is an absorbing ...

Laurence Miller Gallery: Jerry Uelsmann / Maggie Taylor: Other Realities
In the introduction to Jerry Uelsmann, Twenty-Five Years: A Retrospective, by James L. Enyeart, Jerry Uelsmann is described as "one of that select group of artists who can be said to have altered the very language of their discipline." A pione...

Art Gallery of New South Wales: Great Fences of Australia: A Project by Jon Rose and Hollis Taylor - Virtuoso Violinist/Composers
There are some startlingly beautiful images of fences running into infinity or of rotting posts disappearing into salt lakes or sand. All fences are potential instruments - they catch wind and resonate. Jon and Hollis have also been playing and re...

Millennium Arts Center: Spacia: New Works by Astrid Colomar, Simon Gouverneur, Nan Montgomery, Caroline Orner, Vicente Pascual, Jeffrey Smith and Champ Taylor
The Millennium Arts Center is a new national arts center that brings fine, visual and performing artists together under one roof. MAC makes Washington, D.C...

Campbell Works: Pimpstallation Led by Artist Neil Taylor
Popular modern British youth culture has long succumbed to the influences of East and West Coast of American Rap woman are bitches, kids carry guns and there's one solution to any problem. Violence. Forty 'fire arms' incidents every day, if yo...

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center: Courting Disaster: Katherine Taylor, Hilary Wilder, Donna Mintz
During the run of the exhibit each artist will discuss aspects of their work with visitors. Hilary Wilder presented an artist's talk on April 21, immediately preceding the opening reception. Donna Mintz will discuss her work on Wednesday April 26 ...

Stedelijk Museum: Sam Taylor-Wood: Films and Photography
Vulnerability, emotionality, alienation and loneliness are recurring themes in Taylor-Woods films from the early nineties onwards. In Brontosaurus (1995) a nude man dances in slow motion to melancholy music like an introverted faun, both ecstat...

Chardon's Gallery, University of Puerto Rico: Variations of a Theme
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Kettle's Yard Gallery: FACE/OFF: a portrait of the artist
However, these are no conventional self-portraits. As the title suggests, there will be few, if any, faces in the exhibition. Rather, the works suggest alternative ways, perhaps more accurate, certainly more playful, by which an artist might po...

Tate Modern: Performing Bodies
Artists include Yoko Ono, Derek Jarman, Laurie Anderson, Gilbert and George, Sam Taylor-Wood, Sarah Lucas, Yves ...

Campbell Works: On Trust: Gallery, Curator and Artist
Of these ideas provided by the artists, some are very specific and others more open. The commissioners formed interpretations and responses to these ideas, examining the politics of their gained authorship in the creation of the work. ON ...

MASS MoCA: Mark Taylor: Grave Matters
In Grave Matters, Williams College Professor Mark Taylor and photographer Deitrich Christian Lammerts present beautiful and disturbing black and white photographs of the gravesites of 150 artists, architects, writers, philosophers, and musician...

National Gallery of Australia: Grace Crowley: being modern
Crowleys late abstracts can be seen as the climax of her long journey to realise a universal art based on the harmonious relationship of colour and form, says Elena Taylor, Curator of Australian Painting and Sculpture. Born in rural New S...

Oliewenhuis Art Museum: Diane Victor, Maggie van Schalkwyk, Ian Marley, Gordon Froud, Angus Taylor and Louismari Combrink: A Group Exhibition
Diane Victor, recent recipient of a medal of honour for excellence in drawing and painting from the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns is an accomplished printmaker and a master of her genre. Her drawings are primarily in pastel and ch...

Royal West of England Academy: Drawing Breath: Jerwood Drawing Prize 2007
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the leading award for drawing in the UK and this will be the first time this major exhibition has toured to Bristol. Comprising two exhibitions, the 2007 prize and the retrospective, this is the most exciting display o...

Everson Museum of Art: Public Works of Art Project of 1934: Works on Paper
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Baltimore Clayworks: Call For Entries: Clay on the Cusp - Recent BFA and MFA Graduates
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Art Gallery of New South Wales: New Painting in Australia: Phenomena
From the enormous variety of different painters and painting styles currently seen in Australia, the curator has selected a group of fourteen artists who are...

Louvre Museum: The Strange and Marvellous in the Land of Islam
The first part of the exhibition will be devoted to the 13th-century Iranian ...

JAMES A. & DOROTHY PORTER (WESLEY) ARCHIVES & GALLERY EXHIBITION: JAMES A. PORTER: Paintings and Drawing
JAMES A. & DOROTHY PORTER (WESLEY) ARCHIVES & GALLERY EXHIBITION 600 E. LAS OLAS BLVD., FT. LAUDERDALE., FL. 954/4637880 FEBRUARY 11-APRIL 2, 2000 Tu-Sat: Noon to 8pm; Sat: noon to 10pm Sun: Noon to 6pm...

Photographers' Gallery: Milton H. Greene: Portraits of an Era
Along with Irving Penn, Richard Avedon and Cecil Beaton, Greene helped to turn fashion photography into an art form. However, it was his photographs of Hollywood's greatest icons of the 1950s, from Marilyn Monroe to Elizabeth Taylor and Frank ...

Pasadena Playhouses Carrie Hamilton Theatre: Solo Exhibition of the Artwork of Synthia Saint James
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Artist: Synthia Saint James
Title: Sisters of Sweet Honey
Year Created: 2003
Medium: Reproduction
Width: 18 inches
Height: 22 inches
Edition Size: 100
Price: US$ 650

Oakville Galleries:
Body: New Art from the UK
This interest in the body is in part a product of the successive waves of feminism and a growing consciousness of the significance of sexual difference. Of equal importance, however, has been an articulation of the body that emerges from a heighte...

Museum of New Art: Piss Off: International Artists United by a Heavy Dose of Attitude
A situation that has spawned artists who defy by defying art itself. A situation that has allowed such artists to shout piss off! and, by so doing, allow for a glimpse of a different future for us all. - Jane Speaks, from the exhibi...

Art Gallery of Hamilton: Humanity Refigured: Henry Moore and Postwar British Sculpture
Dubbed Britain's New Iron Age, the group - which included Kenneth Armitage, Lynn Chadwick, Reg Butler, Bernard Meadows and Eduardo Paolozzi - created expressions of anxiety and disquietude that stood in stark ...

Showroom: If It Didn't Exist You'd Have to Invent It...A Partial Showroom History
Each artist will submit one new or existing work with everything for sale through the gallery. The exhibition will provide a uniquely eclectic overview of the last sixteen years of contemporary art practice and reflect the programming of the three...

Museum of Garden History: diversion: 23 Artists' Reflexions of the Museum of Garden History
Artists taking part in diversion include Suky Best Ellen Bigge Clare Bryan Annie Cattrell Lisa Cheung David Cotterrell Edith Dekyndt Peter Dukes Judith Frost Dan Howard-Birt Theo Kaccoufa Sophie Lascelles Laura Malacart Charlie Murphy S/bas...

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft: Visions from Voices: Artwork Inspired by Kentucky Poetry, Prose and Songwriting
Kentucky has a long and rich history of prose, poetry and song-writing. Robert Penn Warren was the first Poet Laureate of the United States. William Wells Brown (1814-1884) was America's first Black novelist. A. B. Guthrie (1901-1991) was awarded ...

New Mexico Photography Field School: 2000 Photography Workshops Filling Quickly
Begun in 1990, the New Mexico Photography Field School is directed by nationally-known fine art photographer Craig Varjabedian. His widely collected and exhibited photographs are known for their tonal delicacy and visual isolation of natural and ...

Woman Made Gallery: Autobiographies: Juried by Mary K. O'Shaughnessy

Crafts Council Gallery: Pattern Crazy: Curated by Carol McNicoll and Jacqui Poncelet
Pattern Crazy features the work of over 30 UK artists and testifies to the sheer vitality and diversity of the work being made using pattern. The exhibition celebrates the resurgence of interest in pattern and also highlights the progressive thi...

Chris Beetles: Terry O'Neill: The Art of Photography
This selling show will be the first major photographic exhibition in St Jamess, usually associated with more traditional art, and will celebrate this phenomenal artistic achievement. We will show over 100 of Terry ONeills pictures, juxtaposing cla...

Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier: A Baroque Party
Modernity and, in particular, contemporary art, takes up on aesthetic concepts from the Baroque period rather than the 19th-century idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk, say exhibition curators Sabine Folie and Michael Glasmeier. For the exhibition, conte...

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art: Giorgio de Chirico and the Myth of Ariadne
This exhibition, which was first shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, brings together the entire Ariadne series, including such masterpieces as The Soothsayer's Recompense (1913), along with related drawings and sculpture, including an antique...

Gary Nader Fine Art: Guido Albi Marini: Body Doubles
The publication of a full color catalogue including biographical data and images of the art works is also part of this project in order to provide information about the artist. With this exhibition Gary Nader is opening a new third space co...

Hacienda de los Martinez and Kit Carson Historic Museums: Enchanting Photographs: Craig Varjabedian
Craig Varjabedian approaches the making of a photograph with the skill of a well-trained photographer and sensitivity to what he calls the power of place. His artistry is in capturing the enduring power of ...

Gibbes Museum of Art: The Charleston Renaissance Tradition: Early Works by Corrie McCallum
The wife of the late artist William Halsey, Corrie McCallum has achieved a level of creativity that can only come from a lifetime of observance and productivity. While best known for her spirited, large-scale abstract canvases, lavishly painted l...

Royal West of England Academy: Open Painting: Contemporary Painting, Selected by Recognised Artists, Critics and Art Dealers
The selection of the exhibition will take place on 3rd April. The selection committee includes the art critic Andrew Lambirth (Spectator magazine), Nicholas Usherwood (arts writer and editor Galleries magazine) artist Maurice Cockrill RA RWA, Cami...

londonprintstudio: View and Review: Book Works 2000
Book Works have been commissioned new work in collaboration with artists and writers since 1984; publishing and producing books, multiples, CD-Roms, and internet/new media projects with a playlist of artists which includes Jemery Deller,

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