Hudson Mindell Kitchell
Hudson Mindell Kitchell (1862–1944) was an in advance 20th-century American artist known primarily for his luminescent and tonalist landscapes.
Kitchell was a contemporary, friend and link of Ralph Blakelock; Kitchell's use of color and unventilated textures often led to his landscapes instinctive compared to Blakelock's fashionable and composition. Kitchell painted throughout the United States but is most commonly allied with New York. He exhibited at the Society of Independent Artists in the 1920s.