Selden Connor Gile (American, 1877-1947)
Lucas Valley, 1920
Main Street, Tiburon, with boats, circa 1928
Hay field, sunset, 1928
Gypsy Train, circa 1935
Selden Connor Gile (20 March 1877 – 8 June 1947) was an American painter who was mainly active in northern California between the early-1910s and the mid-1930s. He was the founder and leader of the Society of Six, a Bay Area group of artists known for their plein-air paintings and rich use of color, a quality that would later figure into the work of Bay Area figurative expressionists.