Oil Painting: GALLERY: Judith Pond Kudlow's Oil Paintings

25 Dec 2006

 

In the February 2007 issue of American Artist, New York artist Judith Pond Kudlow followed a disciplined approach to representing objects and people exactly as they appear. We offer more of her oil paintings in this online exclusive gallery.

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Il Verde di Napoli II     
2006, oil, 36 x 18. All artwork this gallery private collection unless otherwise indicated.
Royals                    
2005, oi, 12 x 22.
L'Azzuro di Napoli I
2005, oil, 42 x 15. Courtesy Anderson Fine Art Gallery

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L'Azzuro di Napoli II 
2006, oil, 42 x 15.
Amaryllis                  
2004, oil, 30 x 16.
Pranzo                    
2005, oil, 18 x 22.

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Spring
2004, oil, 16 x 20.

To read the feature article on this artist, check out the February 2007 issue of American Artist.


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John Crispin wrote
on 26 Dec 2006 12:59 PM
Dear Miss Kudlow, I was recently admiring some of your works on your gallery. I must say that your technique is astounding. I am about to pursue a career in oil painting. I was wondering if you be able to give some tips on how you've brought such life in your paintings. It would be most helpful. Thank you.
Doug Brown wrote
on 10 Oct 2008 10:56 AM
Where can I buy one of JPK's paintings?