Wanderlust: The Life and Times of William Lees Judson 8/23-12/7/14

It is a great honor to have our founder Mr. William Lees Judson be featured in an exhibition at Museum London. He was a fantastic painter and it is great to see his work being appreciated so many years later. Some more information regarding the exhibition along with other exhibitions featured at Museum London at http://www.museumlondon.ca/exhibitions/

This retrospective exhibition examines the work of teacher, portrait artist and landscape painter William Lees Judson; tracing his early life in Thamesville, Ontario, his career as a local painter and teacher in London, Ontario, and finally his exodus from Canada and his new life in California where he helped to found the School of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California. The exhibition includes numerous works local collections, never before exhibited, as well as several loans from public and private collections in California.

William Lees Judson, British, 1842-1928, Near Hyde Park, Oil, Gift Of Mrs. Audre E. Walker Through Her Daughter, Mrs. Anne E. Hayman, London, Ontario, 1987, And Conserved By The Canadian Conservation Institute Of The Department Of Canadian Heritage.

William Lees Judson, British, 1842-1928, Near Hyde Park, Oil, Gift Of Mrs. Audre E. Walker Through Her Daughter, Mrs. Anne E. Hayman, London, Ontario, 1987, And Conserved By The Canadian Conservation Institute Of The Department Of Canadian Heritage.