Selected works by Henry Taylor

Henry Taylor
I Belong

2011

Mixed media

234 x 38 x 28 1/2 cm
Henry Taylor
Walking with Vito

2008

Acrylic on canvas

167.5 x 244 cm
Henry Taylor
Ly For Me

2010

Acrylic on canvas

52 x 81 cm
Henry Taylor
What Can I Say?

2011

Acrylic on canvas

197 x 241 cm
Henry Taylor
My Brother Gene the Former

2010

Acrylic on canvas

152.5 x 183 cm
Henry Taylor
Miss Kelley

2010

Acrylic on canvas

197 ½ x 243 cm
Henry Taylor
Terri Phillips

2011

Acrylic on canvas

237.5 x 194 cm
Henry Taylor
Chocolate Lover

2006

Oil and graphite on canvas

124 x 154.5 cm
Henry Taylor
She Mixed

2008

Acrylic on canvas

198 x 241.2 cm
Henry Taylor
'The Young, the Brave, Bobby Hutton' R.I.P. Oakland, California

2008

Acrylic on canvas

229 x 170 cm
Henry Taylor
Untitled (Finger)

2008

Acrylic on canvas

246.5 x 195.5 cm

Other Resources

artfacts.net
Additional images and information – Henry Taylor

artnet.com
Various and images – Henry Taylor

smmoa.org
Project Room I: Henry Taylor: Girrrrrl! is the first West Coast museum exhibition of a Southern California artist whose painting practice pointedly and poignantly examines the profound social, political, and racial disparities that persist in the United States. Girrrrrl! is comprised of 4 major new works depicting scenes from Taylor’s personal life and urban community.

sisterla.com
Representing gallery, overview of the artists work, biographical information and press information

studiomuseum.org
After years of working odd jobs-including a ten-year stint as a psychiatric technician-the painter Henry Taylor is finally receiving acclaim as one of today’s most engaging emerging artists. The Studio Museum in Harlem is proud to present his first museum solo exhibition, Sis and Bra, an exploration of economic and racial disparities of the United States through portraiture.

danielreichgallery.com
Information on past shows at Daniel Reich gallery

samsonprojects.com
Henry Taylor’s show at Samson Projects:
The exhibition, Chicago Kin, as he calls it, is about an "extended" family. The artist’s social interactions, political awareness and recollection of his Chicago folk are source material for this latest work. The family is the original community and perhaps the 1st political institution.