(1927 - 1991)
David Budd was active/lived in New York, Florida / France. David Budd is known for abstract-minimal painting.
Biography David Budd
An painter active in the mid- and late twentieth century, David Budd straddled the styles of abstract expressionism and color field painting. He is best known for large-scale, mostly monochromatic canvases, whose tactile surfaces are the result of his use of a wide variety of brushwork methods. The undulating rhythms in his works have been associated with hills, dunes, and the swelling of waves.
David Budd was born in St. Petersburg, Florida. From 1946 to 1948, he attended the School of Architecture at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Subsequently he studied interior design in Sarasota, Florida, at the Ringling School of Art and Design. After seeing Hans Namuth's 1950 film of Jackson Pollock at work, Budd switched hi
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