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 Alice Randall Marsh  (1869 - 1929)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/New York/Michigan / Italy      Known for: miniature landscape and portraits

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Alice Randall Marsh was born in Coldwater, Michigan in 1869 and died in Italy on October 24, 1929.  In the early 1890's she studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, and in Paris with James MacNeill Whistler, Merson, Collin and Fred MacMonnies.

She exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1895.  A painting, Interior of Chapel at Crecy-en-Brie, was also exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1895.

Her husband, Frederick Dana Marsh, was an architect and artist, and both were students together at the Art Institute of Chicago. They were married in 1895 in Paris.  Two of their sons James and Reginald, both born in Paris, were noted artists.

Her husband, Frederick, painted images of his wife several times.  His painting titled Lady in Scarlet is a portrait of his young wife, and was exhibited widely in the USA and Europe.  It received a bronze medal at the 1900 Exposition de Paris.  It is a large portrait with dimensions of 77 by 51 inches.  It is now in the collection of the Newark (NJ) Museum.

Another portrait titled Portrait of Alice and Reginald is in the Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey.  In Trenton, the New Jersey State Museum has another portrait titled Portrait of Artist's Wife and Son.  A painting by Alice Marsh, Interior of Chapel at Crecy-en-Brie, was also exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1895.

Alice Marsh was a member of American Society of Miniature Painters.  Although she is known as a painter of miniatures, she also painted larger canvasses.

Submitted July 2005 by Robert Constant, whose sources are compiled from various newspaper articles and the book references cited for this artist.

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