Nathaniel C. Bullock (1848-1901)
A Detroit native, Bullock worked in oil and watercolor and was known for his marine scenes. The reviewer of the "Exhibition of Detroit Artists Association" at Hanna and Noyes, in the Detroit Journal of April 18, 1893, remarked that two of Bullock's marines, A Ten Knot Breeze and A Bit of a Shore, were "very characteristic." Bullock was in good company, for the works of John Mix Stanley, the famous artist of Indians and of western landscapes and who had been dead for twenty years, and Robert Hopkin were also exhibited.
Though Bullock worked as a sign painter and a travel agent, he also gained recognition as an artist. His exhibitions were in
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