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Frederick Judd Waugh

Waterscapes

1908–1930

Frederick Judd Waugh (September 13, 1861 in Bordentown, New Jersey – September 10, 1940) was an American artist, primarily known as a marine artist. Waterscapes illustrates the breadth of approaches that he took in his studies of the major focus of his art. As a developing artist, Waugh explored a range of compositions from pastoral scenes to cityscapes, but his primary subject remained the sea. Waugh is generally considered one of America’s great marine painters. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his deft handling of light, tone and texture, and his ability to convey the sublime force of nature at moments of turbulence and repose.

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Moonrise (Quarter Moon on Tumbling Seas), c.1930
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Smothering Surf, Undated
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Coast Of Maine, Undated
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Rocky Coast and Sea, Undated
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New England Seascape, Undated
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Freshening Breeze, Undated
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Sou'wester, Undated
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The Invading Surf, Undated
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On the Maine Coast, Undated
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Wild Weather, c.1930
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The Roaring Forties, 1908
Location: East Coast, USA
Movement: Marine Art

Text: Wikipedia


Posted: January 2020
Category: Painting

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