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Clifford Judson Huss (1942 – 2008)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 23, 2013


Isa Flore

Isa Flore

Natural History

Natural History

Indoctrination

Indoctrination

The Lotus Eaters

The Lotus Eaters

The Word

The Word

title unknown

title unknown

Plutonium

Plutonium

Saint Michael

Saint Michael

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title unknown

The Reconciliation

The Reconciliation

Opening Act (Nu)

Opening Act (Nu)

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title unknown

Harlem Shuffle

Harlem Shuffle

Autumn

Autumn

The Monument

The Monument

The Transformation Of Saint George

The Transformation Of Saint George

Silence

Silence

The Sentinel

The Sentinel

After The Storm

After The Storm

Summer

Summer

The Honey Merchant

The Honey Merchant

The Barnyard

The Barnyard

Desert Rose

Desert Rose

The Last Bird

The Last Bird

Fishing For Angels

Fishing For Angels

Return From Africa

Return From Africa

The Blind Hunter

The Blind Hunter

The Leak

The Leak

The Survivor

The Survivor

Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo

 

4 Responses to “Clifford Judson Huss (1942 – 2008)”

  1. vincente di nome said

    Good Sunday to all !

    The study and the influence of the Flemish masters of the fantastic real, mystical and transcendent vision, especially Bosch and Bruegel, is evident in the paintings of Judson Huss.

    From the works set out above we can get an idea of how, according to the artist, the existence of man on earth is at the mercy of the occult forces of evil, usually represented with the symbols of the devil and menacing beasts.

    However, man is endowed with reason, and tries to subdue the animal instincts that dwell within its being, as shown by the tamer of wild beasts, in Figure n.6

    Of course, this is just my subjective interpretation.

  2. Bruce said

    Suzay, you just *had* to post “Indoctrination” two days before my otolaryngologist (EAR, nose, and throat – emphasis on what hurts) appointment, didn’t you! I’ve never been to one; is that what it’s like? 😦

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Don’t worry. The practice of otolaryngology has changed and evolved significantly over the past decades. I can tell you with a fair amount of confidence that you won’t be tied up and stripped naked during your medical visit. Go quietly.

      • Bruce said

        Fine, but I’d better not see a reproduction of that painting in his office, ‘cuz if I do, I’m leaving pronto!

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