Kenneth Stubbs was an American painter. Kenneth Stubbs was born in Ochlocknee, Georgia in the year 1907.
Stubbs had an extensive collegiate career. Stubbs attended the Corcoran School of Art in Washington D.C. He also attended the Webster School of Art in Provincetown, Massachusetts and the Wickler School of Art in Detroit, Michigan. Stubbs also studied abroad at the Academy of Fine Arts located in Florence, Italy.
Stubbs served in the United States Navy. After finishing his Navy career the artist worked as a script writer, illustrator, and story board artist.
Price range information: Sorry none available. Stubbs worked in oils, tempera, casein, and ink.
Kenneth Stubbs passed away in 1967.
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Kenneth Stubbs had a very modern approach to the landscape. I find the style of Kenneth Stubbs to be similar to that of the great artist David Klein. Klein’s piece showcasing New York City as a travel destination was the most expensive poster ever sold at auction. Both artists had a talent for breaking down designs into simple geometric patterns.