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"Madame Maxi of Palm Springs 2004 36x18" by Lord Tim Hudson of Birtles - $2,900 New Listing
  • Madame Maxi  of Palm Springs 2004 36x18 Original Painting by Lord Tim Hudson of Birtles
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  • "Madame Maxi of Palm Springs 2004 36x18"

    2004

    Lord Tim Hudson of Birtles

    Original Painting
    Oil on Canvas

    Size: 36x18 in  |  91x46 cm

     
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    Hand Signed : Lower Right and on Verso
    Condition: Excellent
    Not Framed
    Purchased from : Gallery
    Additional Info : Painting of the artists wife Madam Maxi was a famous Palm Springs Disc Jockey. Please read artist biography.
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 133100
    Lord Tim Hudson of Birtles

    Art Brokerage: Lord Tim Hudson British Artist: b. 1940-2019. George Timothy Hudson known as 'Lord' Tim Hudson, was an English DJ. He worked in Los Angeles for KFWB during the mid 1960s and was the manager of The Seeds and The Lollipop Shoppe. He was also a voice actor, an artist and a sports manager, notably of the cricketer Ian Botham. Lord Tim and Lady Maxi moved back to America in 1990. They sold their house in Santa Monica on Boxing Day and moved to Palm Springs, playground of the rich and famous.Lord Tim became immersed in his art, starting with a series of storyboards from the entire collection of the iconic magazines Life (circa 1936-70) and the Picture Post (circa 1938-57). He became a fixture at the Palm Springs street fair and was soon commissioned to paint a 5'x7' Storyboard dedication to the last sixty years of Palm Springs that currently hangs in the Palm Springs International Airport. Collectors began to take notice including Bill Gates and Mel Gibson. The Staples Center in Los Angeles and the San Diego Auto Museum display his work. Even the World famous Apollo Theater has a Lord Tim Storyboard celebrating 75 years of music history, featuring the legendary James Brown and over 50 jazz, blues, and rock and roll artists who have appeared on stage at the historic venue. The art world is taking notice of the artist from Palm Springs. Listings wanted.