(1837 - 1907)
Cleveland Salter Rockwell was active/lived in California, Oregon, Ohio. Cleveland Rockwell is known for survey, marine, landscape, coastals.
Born in 1837, in Youngstown, Ohio, Cleveland Rockwell was a marine survey illustrator, topographer, map maker and after the Civil War, a painter on the West Coast, doing coastal, ocean and river scenes in oil and watercolor and ship portraits on commission.
Early in his career, Cleveland Rockwell worked for the Coast Geodetic Department until the Civil War. One of his early projects was a survey of New York Harbor, and then beginning in 1857, he made a mapping tour of South America including the charting of the Magdalena River in Colombia.
He received childhood training in art and studied engineering at the Polytechnic School at Troy, New York and at the University of New York. Before the Civil War in his work for the Coast G ... Displaying 750 of 4911 characters.