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James Heseldin

 (1887 - 1969)
James Marshall Heseldin was active/lived in United Kingdom, United States.  James Heseldin is known for City-townscape, harbor, ship painting.

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Born in England, James Heseldin arrived in the United States just prior to World War I. He used his artistic skills to support the war effort, working as a camoufleur in World War I. When the war ended, Heseldin served an apprentice in a New York architectural firm, and his subsequent paintings reveal his skill as a master draftsman. His watercolors depict New York monuments built at a triumphant moment in our nation's economic and architectural history, serving as a beautiful rendition of the city's grandeur. Heseldin eventually became an American citizen, although he returned to England at the end of his life.



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On the Waterfront, New York
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