Lauderdale's Art in Museums
Today, the work of Ursula Lauderdale can be found in the National Gallery of Art’s collection in Washington DC, where 10 of her pieces are on display on the museum website. These works are mainly watercolor over graphite drawings of everyday objects like rocking chairs, fountains, and tombstones. Several museums around Texas, including the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon and the River Art Group Gallery in San Antonio have pieces of her art in their permanent collections as well.
Images courtesy of the National Gallery of Art.