(1866 - 1930)
Frank Warren Marshall was active/lived in Rhode Island, Maine. Frank Marshall is known for illustrator, landscape, craftsperson.
Biography Frank Marshall
"Known as 'dean' of Rhode Island illustrators", Frank Marshall was also a landscape painter, silversmith and goldsmith. He was active in Providence, Rhode Island; Cape Ann and Gloucester, Massachusetts; and Boothbay Harbor, Maine where he spent his summers. He studied at the Rhode Island School of Design in the early 1880s, and in Paris in 1885 at the Academy Julian.
In Providence, he was a founding member of the Providence Art Club and the Providence Water Color Club, and in Boothbay Harbor, he was one of the founders of the Commonwealth Colony of Art.
Marshall was an illustrator for the "Providence Journal" from 1897 to 1923 and for 20 years, taught at the Rhode Island School of Design. He exhibited with the Boston Art Club
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