Frederick Judd Waugh
American, (1861 -1940)
"Cubist Reclining Female Nude"
Oil on Board
24 x 30 inches
Signed on the front with artist's device
Inscribed on the rear, "Waugh, Provincetown"
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|Frederick Judd Waugh is best known for his rocky shoreline views of crashing waves. Waugh was a bit of a chamelion however and experimented with many moderist styles throughtout his career. In 1921, an article in the International Studio Magazine titled "The Many Sided Waugh" spoke of just how eclectic he could be. The article can be found on Google books.
The rear of this painting is signed and inscribed Provincetown. Waugh was one of the early members of the arist's colony in Provincetown Mass., maintaining a studio there until his death in 1940.
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