James Gale Tyler Oil on Bard Painting, Still Life, Fine Art, American Artist
The painting itself measures 23" wide x 19" long.With the frame is measures: 29 1/2" wide x 26" long.
James Gale Tyler (1855-1931)
James Gale Tyler Oil on Board Painting. This is a still life painting of cup of paint brushes, and clear vase with clams. This painting was reframed in the 80's. The artist is mainly known for painting nautical scenes.
James G. Tyler was one of the most notable maritime painters and illustrators of his day. Much of his fame can be attributed to his paintings of the annual America's Cup Race, which he attended every year from 1900 to 1930, a year before his death. These paintings were widely exhibited and critically acclaimed, and he received a number of important commissions. In addition, he was a regular contributing writer and illustrator for some of the major publications of the time, including Harper's, Century and Literary Digest.