(1832 - 1903)
John Bradley Jr Hudson was active/lived in Maine, Massachusetts. John Hudson is known for marine, topographic landscape, genre and ornamental painting.
Biography John Hudson
Known for his marine landscapes, painter John Bradley Hudson studied
under Charles Octavius Cole around 1850. Like many 19th-century
artists, he was an ornamental painter who decorated signs, coaches,
fire buckets, and fireplace boards.
Hudson was one of the many artists who painted in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the late 1800s, and he wrote Journey to the White Mountains in 1859, a diary which he illustrated profusely.
His work was exhibited at the Boston Athenaeum in 1868.
resided and worked in Portland, Maine, from the late 1850s until the
1890s before moving to Massachusetts. His last known address was
John Hudson's work is in the collection at the Bo
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