Born: January 4, 1877, Lewiston, Maine, United States
Died: September 2, 1943, Ellsworth, Maine, United States
Period: American modernism
Education: National Academy Museum and School
Parsons School of Design
Cleveland Institute of Art
Awards: Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada
Buried: over the Androscoggin River, Maine (ashes)
Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) returned to Maine in 1937, after declaring that he wanted to become "the painter of Maine" and depict American life at a local level. This aligned Hartley with the Regionalism movement, a group of artists active from the early- to-mid XX century that attempted to represent a distinctly "American art." He continued to paint in Maine, primarily scenes around Lovell and the Corea coast, until his death in Ellsworth in 1943. His ashes were scattered on the Androscoggin River.
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