(1855 - 1940)
John Calvin Stevens was active/lived in Maine, Massachusetts. John Stevens is known for landscape, architecture.
Biography John Stevens
John Calvin Stevens of Portland, Maine was primarily an architect who designed residences in two divergent styles, the Shingle Style, of which he was an originator in the 1880s, and the Colonial Revival style, which dominated United States domestic architecture for the first half of the last century. His designs can be found along the Maine coast as well as in Portland and its suburbs.
He was also a landscape painter who exhibited with the Boston Art Club, the Portland Society of Art, which he served as President, and the Brushians, a local group of southern Maine landscape painters of which he was the youngest by 20 years. They nicknamed him "The Old Man".
His architecture career began in 1873 after his graduation from Portl
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