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ELMA TAYLOR (1900-1992), Hawaiian Landscape painter

Elma Taylor enjoyed a successful career in Los Angeles as an interior decorator and color consultant, Elma Taylor moved to Hawaii to retire and fulfill a long cherished desire to paint. From her world of color, design, drama, and imagination the translation of these qualities to the field of art, revealed a natural step for this artist. Her varied background as world traveler, musician, and school teacher her theatrical experience on the Orpheum Circuit, her hobbies of creative ceramics and the breeding of rare dogs and exotic parrots have all played a part in this latent talent of painting.

Elma Taylor's oil paintings, done with palette knife only, are spontaneously identified by their intricate color-play, which so strongly depicts her deep love of the islands of Hawaii.
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1960s Hawaiian Landscape by ELMA TAYLOR
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Original 1960s oil on canvas by well known Hawaiian artist Elma Taylor. Painting is signed lower right and titled on back "Little House by the Stream".

oil on stretched canvas
12" x 16
excellent original condition
lower right

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