Jack Dudley Cubist Seagulls (SOLD)
Cubism painting depicting two birds, seagulls, by California Artist Jack Dudley, (1918-1996). Signed lower left. Oil on reverse Masonite. Retains original frame. With frame measures 25.25" H, 31.25" W. Jack Dudley lived and painted in Laguna Beach, California for thirty-eight years. He painted landscapes, architecture, people, and wildlife, in both oil and watercolor, and developed a "broken color" technique of oil painting involving the use of brilliant bits of pure color visible throughout the tonal patterns of his work. Dudley's studies included five years at the Art Center School in Los Angeles, instruction under modernist, Lorser Feitelson, and instruction under Barse Miller of the American Scene Movement in Southern California. He also studied with Edward Biberman and Edward Reep.