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Inseparable soon after meeting, Hudson and Sands quickly became close companions. However, they preferred very different ways of life. While Sands was sociable and felt naturally more connected to England, Hudson preferred Paris or the quiet French countryside. In the end, the two women lived and travelled between the two countries for the rest of their lives.
Nan Hudson Playing Patience at Auppegard, France by Ethel Sands
n.d. / Oil on canvas / Guildhall Art Gallery, London, UK
Chateau d’Auppegard by Anna Hope Hudson
After 1927 / Oil paint on board / Tate Britain, London, UK