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 Marius Romain Rocle  (1897 - 1967)

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Lived/Active: California / Belgium      Known for: town-landscape, lithographer

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From Europe, Marius Rocle lived in Paris during his youth where his father was editor of "Figaro". At the outbreak of World War I, he was a citizen of New York, and enlisted in the Army. He earned the Croix de Guerre, serving for two years, and later he joined the Lafayette Flying Corps. After the war, he became a representative for a U.S. machinery firm in Paris, where he married his wife Margot. They lived in New York and then relocated to Southern California in 1921, settling in Chula Vista.

They purchased a lemon ranch, and his wife taught Rocle to paint. The couple lived off the ranch income and traveled in Europe, North Africa, and Mexico in search of subject matter. After 1940, they abandoned art for raising Arabian horses, and moved to a ranch near Ramona, where he died on November 16, 1967.

Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California"

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