Gene Davis

Born 1920, Washington, DC. Died 1985, Washington, DC.

Gene Davis was an American painter and printmaker who created works incorporating vertical lines of color. A main proponent of color field painting, Davis worked on canvas and paper, and also created large-scale public artworks, and light sculptures. Davis was a lifelong resident of Washington, DC and founding member of the Washington Color School, a group of similarly-minded color field painters from the area that included Kenneth Noland and Morris Louis.

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