Hardy, Dudley

PAINTER, CARTOONIST, ILLUSTRATOR (ENGLAND)
BORN 15 Jan 1867, Sheffield - DIED 11 Aug 1922, London
GRAVE LOCATION Woking, Surrey: Brookwood Cemetery (Plot 31)

Dudley Hardy studied with his father T.B. Hardy (1842-1897) before he was educated in Düsseldorf, Antwerp and Paris. He settled in London, where he exhibited with the Royal Academy from 1884 until his death.

He is best known for his graphic art and created the Yellow Girl for the magazine "Today". The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has a collection of his work.

Sources
• Clarke, John M., London's Necropolis, A Guide to Brookwood Cemetery, Sutton Publishing, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 2004
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Images

The grave of Dudley Hardy at Brookwood Cemetery, Woking.
Picture by Androom (25 Jun 2009)

 

The grave of Dudley Hardy at Brookwood Cemetery, Woking.
Picture by Androom (25 Jun 2009)

 


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Published: 15 Nov 2009
Last update: 15 Nov 2009