(1900 - 1971)
Roderick Fletcher Mead was active/lived in New Mexico, New York, New Jersey. Roderick Mead is known for surrealist landscape painting, graphics.
Biography Roderick Mead
Roderick Fletcher Mead was born 25 June 1900 in South Orange, New
Jersey. He attended the Newark Academy where he received art
lessons along with other academic subjects. His formal
training began at Yale University, where he received his degree in fine
arts in 1925. Mead then moved to New York to study at the Art
Students League. His principal teacher was the noted painter
George Luks, with whom he later studied privately. From 1927-29,
he attended the Grand Central School of Art, where he studied the
watercolor technique from George Pearse Ennis, then considered the
leading watercolor teacher in New York.
In 1931, Mead moved to the Spanish island of Majorca. In 1934, he
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