(1901 - 1995)
Anne Steele Marsh was active/lived in New Jersey, New York. Anne Marsh is known for painting, printmaking-woodcuts, teaching.
Biography Anne Marsh
Anne Steele Marsh (1901-1995)
The life of Anne Steele Marsh was infused with art. She was born in Nutley, NJ, the daughter of a prominent illustrator, Frederic Dorr Steele, best known for his illustrations of the Sherlock Holmes stories. In 1925 she married James Randall Marsh, an artist and musician who was the son of painter-sculptor Frederick Dana Marsh and painter Alice Randall Marsh. The couple moved to Essex Fells, NJ that same year and to Pittstown in 1948. They had two sons and one daughter, all musically or artistically talented.
She attended Cooper Union Art School majoring in design, and the YMCA Art School where she studied tapestry, weaving and occupational therapy, which she taught for four years in the 1920s. Fr
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