Kenneth Stubbs
(American artist, 1907-1967)

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Exhibition of Paintings by Kenneth Stubbs (1907-1967) to Hang in New Members' Dining Room for February and March, 1986

At the time Kenneth Stubbs was painting and exhibiting in Washington, D.C. through the 30's on to the early 60's, he was one of the important artists on the scene. It was an experimental period that included the beginnings of the color school of painting in this area.

Kenneth Stubbs taught at the Corcoran School of Art and at George Washington University for nearly two decades. He exhibited in Washington's major art shows including the Corcoran Biennial and had over ten one-man exhibits.

Mr. Stubbs was an early proponent of modern art and an active member of major local art societies.

This exhibition will hang in the New Members' Dining Room for the months of February and March.

Art Committee, Cosmos Club Bulletin, Vol. 39, No. 3, March 1986