(1868 - 1932)
Eric Hudson was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Eric Hudson is known for harbor scene, fishing activity and nocturne painting.
Marine painter, lithographer*, etcher and photographer Eric Hudson was born with the name Elmer Forrest Hudson in Boston, Massachusetts in 1864. He studied there with Edmund C. Tarbell and Frank Benson at the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts*, and he also attended the Academie Julian* in Paris.
His signature work became marine painting, and in 1914, still using the name of Elmer Forrest Hudson, he first exhibited at the National Academy of Design* when he was living in Bronxville, New York. His subject was a boating scene, and in subsequent exhibitions, 1915, 1916 and 1917, he exhibited fishing genre and harbor scenes.
In 1918, he changed his first name from Elmer to Eric, and in 1926, he was elected a full member of t ... Displaying 750 of 3672 characters.