(1864 - 1946)
Charles Chapel Judson was active/lived in California, Michigan. Charles Judson is known for floral landscape, marine, mural.
Biography Charles Judson
Born in Detroit, Michigan on October 15, 1864, Charles Judson became an impressionist painter who settled in northern California. He was raised and educated in Kansas City. In 1888, he spent two years in Europe, studying in Munich and Paris. Returning to the United States, he settled in San Francisco.
At the turn of the century he married the daughter of Carmel artist Sydney Yard. He continued his training at the Mark Hopkins Institute where he became an assistant professor in 1904.
Judson was instrumental in forming the art department at UC Berkeley and was head of that school from 1902-23. In 1921 he painted backgrounds at the Natural History Museum in Golden Gate Park. After a fire destroyed their San Francisco home, he a
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