(1871 - 1959)
Lawrence Mazzanovich was active/lived in North Carolina, Connecticut. Lawrence Mazzanovich is known for landscape, waterscape and interior painting.
Landscape painter, Lawrence Mazzanovich was born in 1872 at sea off the
coast of California. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago
and later at the Art Student's League of New York. Traveling
abroad, he visited Paris and Fontainebleau, where he must have
encountered impressionism and almost certainly saw the late works of
Monet. He exhibited in the Beaux Arts in 1900.
of 1911, W. Scott Thurber Gallery in Chicago announced an exhibition of
works by Mazzanovich. A third exhibition was held in 1912.
While in Chicago Mazzanovich was an instructor at the Holme School of
Illustration, along with school owner John Francis Holme, J. C.
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