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Hudson, Jacqueline
American (1910-2001)
White Head, Monhegan
Oil on Board 24" x 48"
$2,650

Jacqueline Hudson, a landscape painter and printmaker, was a daughter of prominent painter Eric Hudson. Jacqueline was born in 1910, and spent many of her early summers at the family’s house on Monhegan Island, Maine, where she was surrounded by great art and many of America’s great twentieth century artists, among them, Robert Henri, George Bellows and SPR Triscott. Hudson’s art training was done at the National Academy of Design and the Art Student League, and she returned to Monhegan Island to paint, live and be involved in the art community on the island. Her works were exhibited at the American Watercolor Society, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Rockport (MA) Art Association as well as at the Farnsworth Museum of Art and the Portland (ME) Museum of Art.

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Hudson, Jacqueline
American (1910-2001)
White Head, Monhegan
Oil on Board 24" x 48"
$2,650
 
 
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