Fred Taylor

Listed Canadian Artist, 1906-1987
Etching "Cross Country Racer" – Signed by the artist in pencil
Numbered: 32/100 – ca. 1940
Image Size – w: 5 ½ in. by h: 4 in.
Archivally Matted and Framed


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Frederick Tayloralso

 

Frederick Taylor

 

Frederick Taylor

 

Frederick Taylor

 

Frederick TaylorFrederick B. Taylor was born in Ottawa in 1906. He studied architecture at McGill University from 1925 to 1930 as well as studying art under Edmond Dyonnet in Montreal and Ernest Fosbery in Ottawa.

In London, England he studied drawing and etching at Goldsmiths College of Art and also at the Byam Shaw School of Drawing. Fred Taylor was a member of the Canadian Society of Graphic Artists, the Royal Canadian Academy, Canadian Painters and Etchers Society, the Canadian Arts Council and was an Associate of The Royal Institute of British Architects.

Fred was an etcher, serigrapher, watercolourist and painter of urban and landscape scenes. He has a number of works of art in the collection of the National Gallery in Ottawa and the Art Gallery of Ontario as well as many private and public collections world-wide. Fred Taylor was the younger brother of Edward Plunket (E.P.) Taylor, the noted Canadian business tycoon, investor, and philanthropist.

Frederick died in Mexico in 1987.

 

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