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FRANK WARREN MARSHALL Original 1920s MODERN IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR

FRANK WARREN MARSHALL Original 1920s MODERN IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR

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FRANK WARREN MARSHALL
(American: 1866-1930)

" Fontaine des Mers "

Original Vintage Mid Century Modern 
Watercolor Gouache - Circa 1920s

Excellent Condition - Colors are Bold and Vibrant
Original  Frame -  Hand Signed Lower Right and Verso
SIZE: 30 in. x 24 in. 

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Fontaine des Mers  is one of a pair of fountains in Paris France. They were the original works of Jacques Ignace Hittorff and were completed in 1840 during the reign of King Louis-Philippe. The Fountain of the Rivers is dedicated to the Rhone and Rhine and displays figures of industry, harvesting flowers and crops and river navigation. The Fountain of the Seas, on the other side of the plaza, is devoted to the Atlantic and Mediterranean with accompanying figures - astronomy, commerce harvesting of coral, pearls and fish and navigation.
Also seen is the Luxor Obelisk. This particular Obelisk dates back over 3,300 years and was brought to Paris from Egypt in 1833. It is made of red granite, it has hieroglyphics from the Egyptians that depict the rule of Ramses II and Ramses III.

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FRANK WARREN MARSHALL
(1866-1930)
Frank Marshall, was a Providence, Rhode Island-born painter, illustrator, and teacher, was known as “the Dean of Rhode Island Illustrators.” He studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Academie Julian in Paris. He was a staff member of the Providence Journal from 1897 to 1923, and taught at Rhode Island School of Design for twenty years. Marshall was best known for his landscapes of Rhode Island, Cape Ann (Massachusetts), and Boothbay, Maine. For many years he summered in Boothbay and was active in the artists colony there. He was also a talented silversmith and goldsmith who created his own jewelry, which he set with stones. Marshall was a founding member of the Providence Art Club, the Providence Water Color Club, and the Commonwealth Colony of Art in Boothbay. Marshall also exhibited at the Boston Art Club and the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts.

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