biography of Samuel Wood GAYLOR (1883-1957)

Birth place: Stamford, CT

Death place: Glenwood Landing, LI, NY

Addresses: Glenwood Landing, NY

Profession: Painter, lecturer

Studied: Walt Kuhn in Fort Lee, NJ, 1912; NAD; Phelps School Design, NYC.

Exhibited: Armory Show, 1913; Penguin Club, 1914, 1915, 1918; Thumb Box Gal., NYC, 1915, 1916; Joseph Brummer Gal., NYC, 1922; Salons of Am., 1922-36; Anderson Gal., NYC, 1923, 1924; Women's Club, Jacksonville, FL, 1924; Newark Art Mus., 1929; Downtown Gal., NYC, 1930 (solo), 1932 (solo); PAFA, 1931, 1933-34; ; Corcoran Gal., 1930, 1932; BM; MMA; Friends of Young Artists, NYC; Zabriskie Gal.NYC, 1960, 1963 (solo); Tokyo (Japan) Metrop. Art Mus., 1981.

Member: Salons of Am.; Brooklyn Soc. Modern Artists; Am. Soc. PS&G; Hamilton Easter Field Foundation; NYC Mus. Art Commission; Modern Artists Am.

Comments: Known as Wood Gaylor.

Sources: WW40; American Scene Painting and Sculpture, 58 (w/repro.); Falk, Exh. Record Series; Brown, The Story of the Armory Show.