(1903 - 1988/89)
Kenneth Eugene Hudson was active/lived in Missouri, Ohio. Kenneth Hudson is known for geometric abstraction, mural.
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Biography Kenneth Hudson
Kenneth E. Hudson was Dean of the School of Art at Washington University from 1938 to 1969, and under his leadership, the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree was first offered by the School of Art in 1941. Today, scholarships in his name are given to art students.
He was also a painter of richly colored abstract expressionist works and painted murals that are at the University of Oregon, and in Columbia, Missouri at the Municipal Building and Hendrix Hall. He studied at Ohio Wesleyan University and in 1927, earned a BFA from Yale University. From 1927 to 1929, he taught and was Chair of the School of Art at the University of Oregon.
Stephen B Rudolph
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"