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PHOTOS: Dudley portrait unveiled at State House

  • Noted political activist, former state representative and first female executive councilor Dudley Dudley attends her portrait unveiling event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday. The painting, by artist Alastair Dacey, will be the ninth portrait of a woman displayed in the State House. A painting (center) of her colonial ancestor for whom she was named, Gov. Joseph Dudley, hangs on the wall behind her. ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff

  • ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staffNoted political activist, former state representative and first female executive councilor Dudley Dudley attends her portrait unveiling event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday. The painting, by artist Alastair Dacey, will be the ninth portrait of a woman displayed in the State House. A painting (center) of her colonial ancestor for whom she was named, Gov. Joseph Dudley, hangs on the wall behind her.

  • A portrait of Dudley Dudley, the first female executive councilor, was unveiled during an event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday, Dec. 20, 2016. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff)

  • A portrait of Dudley Dudley, the first female executive councilor, was unveiled during an event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday, Dec. 20, 2016. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff)

  • A portrait of Dudley Dudley, the first female executive councilor, was unveiled during an event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday, Dec. 20, 2016. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff)



Monitor staff
Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Noted political activist, former state representative and first female executive councilor Dudley Dudley attended her portrait unveiling event in the Executive Council chamber at the State House in Concord on Monday. The painting, by artist Alastair Dacey, will be the ninth portrait of a woman to hang in the State House. A painting of her colonial ancestor for whom she was named, Gov. Joseph Dudley, hangs on the wall behind her.