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Grace Carpenter Hudson

 (1865 - 1937)
Grace Carpenter Hudson was active/lived in California.  Grace Hudson is known for Indian portrait and genre painting, illustrator.

Grace Carpenter Hudson

Raised in Potter Valley, near Ukiah, California, Grace Hudson became an acclaimed painters of Native American subjects, especially the Pomo Indians, independent tribes of coastal and inland Northern California.  She left over 684 oil paintings and numerous pieces in other media including weavings, hooked rugs, and monochromatic sketches.  The Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah has the largest body of her remaining work.

As a child, she migrated with her family including a twin sister from Kansas Territory in 1857 and settled first in Grass Valley, California, and in 1860, they moved to Potter Valley, among the only white settlers.  The Pomo Indians had much suffering and early death, and she early developed a sympa  ...  Displaying 750 of 13826 characters.

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About  Grace Carpenter Hudson

Born:  1865 - Potter Valley, California
Died:   1937 - Ukiah, California
Known for:  Indian portrait and genre painting, illustrator