Ranked among the top ten, most important self-taught artists by the world's
most respected experts, the eighty-five year old Bill Traylor created
approximately 1500 works from 1939-42. Observing street life in Montgomery,
AL and recalling memories from his life on a farm, the artist quietly
composed uniquely styled images of people, animals and abstract
Please contact the gallery to see available images.
Please click here to read Roberta Smith's New York Times review of the Bill Traylor exhibition at the American Folk Art Museum
Please click here to read Peter Plagens' Wall Street Journal review of the Bill Traylor exhibition at the American Folk Art Museum