Charles E Duncan Rodick
(1874 - aft. 1940)
Charles E Duncan Rodick was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine, Nova Scotia / Canada. Charles Rodick is known for landscape, seascape, marine, urban and rural scene painting.
Biography Charles E Duncan Rodick
Charles Rodick (1874 – c. after 1940 U.S. census)
A Canadian painter who lived most of his life in the U.S.A., Charles Edward Duncan Rodick was born in Kings [County], Nova Scotia, Canada and immigrated to the U.S.A. before the 20th Century (1888 or 1897). He subsequently lived in South Portland, Maine (c.1910); Portland, Maine (c.1920); and Boston (Allston), Massachusetts (c.1925 – 1940). (1)(2)
His medium was oil paint. His subjects were landscapes, seascapes, marine scenes, urban scenes and rural scenes. His styles were Impressionism*, Naturalism* and Realism*.
He studied under Charles Lewis Fox in Portland, Maine. (3)
Rodick was a member of the Portland Society of Art (now Portland Museum of Art).
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