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Annie Ellis (Streeter) Marsh (1870-1910)


Annie Ellis (Streeter) Marsh (1870-1910)
American Impressionist landscape painter ;
Mrs. A. E. Marsh ; Mrs. A.E. Marsh ; Annie Ellis Streeter ; Annie Ellis Marsh ;
[Born September 3, 1870 in Concord, VT – died July 15, 1910 in Boston, MA]


FAD record control number: 47392 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;


Annie Ellis (Streeter) Marsh (1870-1910) biography:

Birth: September 3, 1870 in Concord, VT ;
Death: July 15, 1910 in Boston, MA ;
Sex: Female ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Virgo ;

Known for: American Impressionist landscape paintings ;
Medium: Oil ;
Technique: Painting ;
Subjects: Cityscapes ; landscapes ;

Areas: Concord, VT ; Boston, MA ; Laconia, NH ; Nottingham, NH ; Hartford, CT ;
Region: North East ;
Lived: Concord, VT ; Boston, MA ;
Father: Charles Nahum Streeter (?-?) ;
Mother: Mary Streeter (?-?) ;
Relatives: Charles Nahum Streeter (1838-1929), brother ; Mary Ellis Streeter (1845-1924), sister ; Jennie R Streeter (?-1868), sister ; George E Streeter (?-1896), brother ; Arnie J Streeter (1879-1882), brother ; Chester Arthur Streeter (1883-1920), brother ;
Spouse: Thomas J Moore (?-?), first husband, married November 29, 1888 in Concord, VT, divorced ; Frank Austin Marsh (?-?), second husband, married September 10, 1900 in Laconia, NH ;
Children: Roy Marsh (?-?), infant son ;



Member: Hartford Art Association, Hartford, CT, one of the original members ;
Exhibited with:

Milestones: Had ill health young and gave up her studio after only a few years ;



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Record birth date:
March 12, 2019


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