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Frederick Judd Waugh

(1861-1940)

Aliases: F. J. Waugh, Frederick J. Waugh

Illustrator, Painter

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Biography

Artist Frederick Judd Waugh is categorized as a marine painter, and his frothy seascapes of the Maine and Massachusetts coastlines are notable for conveying the power of water and evoking the scent of brine. Primarily known as a painter, Frederick Judd Waugh also worked as a children's book writer, a bookplate designer, and a designer of copper and silver objects. His study at the Pennsylvania Academy of Design under Thomas Eakins would eventually generate tremendous respect and awards for his work. Waugh won the National Academy of Design Thomas B. Clark Prize in 1910. Among Frederick Judd Waugh's artistic achievements is being a member of the team of artists who developed camouflage for the U.S. Navy during World War 1. Collectors of Frederick Judd Waugh seascapes will find many excellent seascapes and landscapes available by other artists at Invaluable to enhance their collections.

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