Gene Davis Sketchbook
- With blank and sturdy pages, this sketchbook is great for inspiring ideas.
- L 7" x W 10"
Gene Davis was a Washington, DC artist and part of the 1960’s Washington Color School art movement. He regarded the stripe as “Subject matter – in the same way that one artist uses the nude and another landscape.” Davis described his method as “Extremely romantic, chaotic, intuitive – anything but careful and calculated.”
Image Credit: Gene Davis, Triple Jump, 1962, oil & magna on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Bequest of Florence Coulson Davis, 1996