Judith Pond Kudlow

Copper Pot
oil on canvas
18 x 22 inches


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Judith Kudlow’s working method is based on the nineteenth century academic tradition which emphasizes working from life to produce paintings based on precise drawing, careful modeling to produce the three-dimensional illusion, harmonious and accurate colors and values, and compositions based on time-honored rules.  Her subjects include figures, portraits, still life, and landscape.  Her interest in classical drapery studies has led her most recently to produce a series of paintings using contemporary draped subjects, primarily shirts.


Harlem Studio of Art, New York City
Art Students League, New York City
National Academy of Fine Arts, New York City
School of Visual Arts, New York City
New York Academy, New York City
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA


Austin R. Williams, American Artist Magazine (special Studios edition), Create an Intimate Atelier, August 2011
Roger Kimball, Wall Street Journal, Classical Realism: Antidote to ‘Novelty Art’, May 29, 2008
Stephen Doherty, American Artist Magazine, February 2007
Roger Kimball, The New Criterion, Bright Spots: The Harlem Studio of Art, May 10, 2006
American Art Collector, March 2006
Gary Shapiro, The New York Sun, From Homer to the Present, October 15, 2005
James Cooper, American Arts Quarterly, Exhibitions – Harlem Studio of Art, Spring 2004


Exhibitions with Somerville Manning Gallery


Trompe L’oeil, 2008

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