John Marin  (American, 1870-1953) 

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John Marin Biography
1870   Born in Rutherford, NJ
1893   Studied architecture at Stevens Institute in Hoboken, NJ
1899 - 1901   Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia under Thomas Pollock Anshutz and Hugh Breckenridge
1901 - 1903   Studied at Art Students League
1905 - 1910   Traveled abroad in Europe where he met Edward Steichen and Alfred Stieglitz
1953   Died in Cape Split, ME
Selected Exhibitions
2008   John Marin: The Late Oils, Adelson Galleries, New York, NY
1985   John Marin/Berkshire Landscapes, The Berkshire Museum Pittsfield, MA
1963   John Marin 1870-1950, University of Arizona Art Gallery Tucson, AZ
1962   John Marin in Retrospect. An Exhibition of His Oils and Watercolors, The Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington, D.C.
1962   John Marin, America House Berlin, Germany
1952   John Marin, Downtown Gallery New York, NY
1951   John Marin, Exhibition of Oils and Watercolors, 1946-1950, An American Place New York, NY
1949   John Marin, An American Place New York, NY
1949   John Marin: Oils, Watercolors, Etchings, M.H. De Young Memorial Museum San Francisco, CA
1948   New Mexico Watercolors, An American Place New York, NY
1947   John Marin: Exhibition, New Watercolors and Oils, An American Place New York, NY
1946   Pioneers of Modern Art in America, The Whitney Museum of American Art New York, NY
1943   22nd Annual International Exhibition of Watercolors, Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL
1941   Exhibition: John Marin, Oils and Watercolors 1941, An American Place New York, NY
1939   New Oils, New Watercolors, by John Marin, An American Place New York, NY
1936   John Marin-A Retrospective Exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY
1932   9th Exhibition of Watercolors and Pastels, Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland, OH
1926   John Marin, Intimate Gallery New York, NY
1925   Alfred Steiglitz Presents Seven Americans, Arthur C. Dove, Anderson Gallery New York, NY

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