(1872 - 1961)
Frederic Dana Marsh was active/lived in Florida, New York, Illinois / France. Frederic Marsh is known for figure, industrial genre, marine, portrait and mural painting.
Biography Frederic Marsh
Born in 1872 in Chicago, son of James Marsh, a stockyards commission
merchant and wealthy pork packer, Frederic Marsh Frederic Marsh had a wide-ranging career, which included paintings of
Parisian scenes; industrial genre influenced by his observations in New
Jersey; World War I poster designs; murals for Hudson River Lines,
Grosse Pointe, Michigan Country Club and Rensselear Polytechnic
Institute in Troy, New York; and pictorial maps for John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., William Rockefeller and E.F. Hutton. His clients included D.
Rockefeller Jr., William
Rockefeller, E.H. Hutton, Herbert Pratt and other millionaires.
In 1902, Marsh was elected to the Society of American Artists, which in 1906 merged with its members into the
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