Andrew Hudson (D.C., b. 1935), Red Painting of Bill Working on a Crossword Puzzle
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A large pastel and acrylic on canvas, monogrammed, framed, retaining two gallery labels on the verso.
DOA 46 1/8 x 71.5 in.
Brody's Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Born in Birmingham, England, Andrew Hudson studied at Oxford University and the Slade School of Fine Art at the University of London. He accepted a position with The Washington Post in 1965 as the newspaper's art critic. Hudson left the paper after being asked to stop exhibiting his own work. He then began a long and successful career as a curator and professor of art history, writing, and Buddhism at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art and Corcoran Gallery.
Good estate condition.