(1908 - 1998)
Marshall Maynard Fredericks was active/lived in Michigan, Illinois. Marshall Fredericks is known for monumental memorial sculpture, teaching.
Biography Marshall Fredericks
Marshall M. Fredericks was born of Scandinavian heritage in Rock Island, Illinois on January 31, 1908. His family moved to Florida for a short time and then settled in Cleveland, Ohio, where he grew up. He graduated from the Cleveland School of Art in 1930, and journeyed abroad on a fellowship to study with Carl Milles (1875-1955) in Sweden. After some months, he studied in other academies and private studios in Denmark, Germany, France, and Italy, and traveled extensively in Europe and North Africa.
In 1932, he was invited by Carl Milles to join the staffs of Cranbrook Academy of Art and Cranbrook and Kingswood Schools in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, teaching there until he enlisted in the armed forces in 1942.
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