Dorothy Browdy Kushner

Born in Missouri, Dorothy Browdy Kushner (1909-2000) attended the Kansas City Art Institute where she studied with Thomas Hart Benton. She also studied at the Chicago Art Institute, the University of Wisconsin, and New York’s Art Students League, where she worked with Reginald Marsh.

Color, light and place were paramount for Kushner. The dramatic landscape of Southern California, where she produced most of her work from the 1940s through 1990s, was a continual source of inspiration.

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 Paintings

       
            

Flora 1963
Casein on Paper

25 7/8 x 37 5/8 inches 

 

The Harbor 1956
Casein on Board
24 x 36 inches

         
Landscape 1959
Casein on Paper

28 x 38 inches 

 
Megalith 1965
Casein on Board

29 7/8 x 40 inches  

         
Spring Flowers #2 1961
Casein on Paper

25 x 19 inches  

 
Spring Flowers #6 1961
Casein on Paper

25 x 19 inches