Artist Spotlight: Prentiss Taylor

Charleston Battery, 1934, by Prentiss Taylor

Charleston Battery, 1934
Prentiss Taylor (American, 1907–1991)
Lithograph on paper; 17 1/2 x 13 inches
Gibbes Museum of Art, Gift of Prentiss Taylor in memory of Josephine Pinckney (1958.005.0003)

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