(1886 - 1978)
Carroll Thayer Berry was active/lived in Maine. Carroll Berry is known for landscape and coastal scene painting, printmaking.
Biography Carroll Berry
Carroll Thayer Berry (March 28, 1886 - 1978) was an American artist who grew up in Maine, and whose work is often said to be emblematic of New England, especially the seacoast. In addition, he was one of first U.S. artists to be assigned to camouflage* in World War I.
Berry was born and raised in New Gloucester, Maine, where his father was a dairy farmer. In 1905, reluctant to follow a farming career, he enrolled at the University of Michigan, with the intention of becoming a marine engineer. After completing his undergraduate work, he moved back to New England, where he worked as a mechanical draftsman for an engineering firm in Massachusetts.
In 1910, Berry joined an architectural firm in Portland, Oregon, and was sent to Pa
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