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John Marin  American  1870 -1953
Born: Rutherford, New Jersey, United States 
Died: Cape Split, Maine, United States 
Active: New York, New York, United States 
 Maine, United States 
Studied: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1899 -
Art Students League, New York City 1902 - 1904
Instructors: Thomas Pollock Anshutz 
Frank Vincent DuMond 
Exhibited: Gallery 291, New York City 1909
Museum of Modern Art 1936
Examples of Work: Art Institute of Chicago 
Museum of Modern Art, New York City 
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Modernism
Subjects Known For: City Scene
New York City
New Mexico
Memberships: American Academy of Arts and Letters 
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Fine Art as an Investment: John Marin (1870-1953)
by Erik R. Brockett

The importance of John Marin's contribution to American modernism gained increased validation with the saleroom figure of $1,248,000 paid for his Sailboat, Brooklyn Bridge, New York Skyline in De... (More)

A major figure in early-twentieth-century modernism, John Marin captured the colliding energies of the American urban scene and the vibrant contrasts of natural elements in the coastal landscape of Maine and other countryside ... (More)

John Marin was one of America's greatest early Modernists. He studied architecture at the Stevens Institute and worked in that field until 1893 to pursue and art career, studying at the ASL and the Pennsylvania Academy of ... (More)

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