About the Artist
Gene Davis (1920–1985) was an American painter especially known for his paintings of vertical stripes of color. He was a member of the group of abstract painters in Washington, DC, during the 1960s known as the Washington Color school.
This trendy, color-block tote was inspired by Gene Davis's Black Popcorn (1965). The vibrant and varied colors demonstrate the trend toward abstraction that was characteristic of the modern era.
- 12 x 16 x 4.5 inches
- 13-inch strap
- Zippered compartment