Ken Gould was a plenipotentiary in the psychedelic art scene in Boston. A Massachusetts native, he eventually burned out and took on the role of a grown-up, studying engineering and architecture to become a serious contractor of skyscrapers in Manhattan! He got high every way he could. His toothy Cheshire cat smile is both a personal attribute and a signature of his charming self-portrait watercolors, the smile alone wearing a broad brimmed hat. These archetypical works belong to the unique and important era of the 1960s. They are rare, and have never been on the market before, collected in a smoke-filled room during a shipment into Cambridge of "Tijuana Red."
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