Dudley Huppler

An integral part of the surrealist movement of the 1940s and 50s, Dudley Hupper used pointillism to create a fantastical view of the modern world. Completely self-taught, Dudley got his start drawing characters in letters and postcards sent to friends. He soon found pointillism, and from then on he was focused on creating images out of many different-sized dots. 

He was positioned for fame in the 1950s, but for some reason that promise was never achieved. Although he ran in the highest level of literary and artistic circles, his craft wasn't as well received as his peers—and he never knew why. Some say it was his piercing personality. Others say it just may not have been his time...

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