ALBERT LUDOVICI Jnr. RBA 1852 - 1932

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A Letter for the Lady

Watercolour, signed

14 x 10 in.



A Letter for the Lady by

Ludovici  was influenced by Whistler, particularly  his London scenes, which are painted in a delicate impressionist style. Like his father, who was also an artist, Ludovici lived mainly in Paris,  Ludovici exhibited mainly at the Suffolk Street Galleries (147 works} at the Royal Academy and at the Grosvenor Galleries. He was a member of the International Society of Painters, Sculptors and Engravers


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