Guy Williams Drawing

Guy Williams Drawing


Item: Untitled Drawing

Designer/Maker: Guy Williams (1932-2004)

Born in San Diego, Guy Williams was a primarily self-taught painter, having attended Monty Lewis’ Coronado School of Art for a short time on a scholarship. In the 1950s he became one of the leading contemporary painters and teachers in San Diego, where he shared a Spanish Village studio with Fred Holle for a time and later taught the School of Arts and Crafts at the Art Center in La Jolla. After leaving San Diego in 1964, Williams taught at Chouinard Art Institute, Pomona College and UC Santa Barbara.

Description: An early ink on paper drawing by Guy Williams, likely to have been made while he was living in Point Loma, c. 1957.

Dimensions: 32-1/4″ x 9-1/4″

Condition: Very good

Price: SOLD

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