Taylor Clark Gallery, Baton Rouge

Taylor Clark Gallery, Baton Rouge

Taylor Clark Gallery specializes in handmade custom framing, art and Audubon prints. It was owned by three generations of one family and is now under the supervision of Clark Taylor. He succeeded in developing this family business, which he now owns. It serves national and international clients due to its prices and quality of art. They deal primarily with framing but also with referrals and restorations. It is a perfect place for those that love art and are very interested in it.

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Sight Name: Taylor Clark Gallery
Sight Location: Baton Rouge, USA (See walking tours in Baton Rouge)
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery

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