By Adriana Davies
Filled with pictures of his paintings and images of his lifestyles as an artist and instructor in western Canada, this booklet is the 1st to concentration thoroughly on J.B. Taylor, his significance to the western Canadian and Banff creative groups, and his function within the transition from conventional, japanese, North American and eu panorama beliefs and strategy to a extra summary illustration and the formation of a brand new aesthetic of the desert in keeping with the mountains of the West.
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From Realism to Abstraction: The Art of J. B. Taylor (Art in Profile: Canadian Art and Architecture) by Adriana Davies