Becoming John Marin

Modernist at Work


Credits, Sponsors and Partners

The content of this site is based on original work by the authors of the collection catalog, Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work. Those authors are:

Catalog editor and exhibition curator Ann Prentice Wagner, Curator of Drawings, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts; exhibition co-curator and catalog co-author Josephine White Rodgers, Research Assistant, Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; Meredith Ward, of Meredith Ward Fine Art; Nannette V. Maciejunes, Executive Director of the Columbus Museum of Art; David Stark, Chief Curator of the Columbus Museum of Art; and Shelley R. Langdale, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Our most profound thanks go to the institutions and their staff who have provided images and information and to the organizations who have supported and sponsored this endeavor. Learn more about the institutions, sponsors and partners below, and view many more images by John Marin.

Special thanks to the estate of Arthur Rothstein, the photographer who made the portrait of John Marin in his studio that appears on this website. Learn more about him at The Arthur Rothstein Legacy Project.

Our heartfelt thanks go to the Estate of John Marin, which has granted the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts the privilege of reproducing all images by John Marin that appear on this website. Without their extraordinary kindness, this website and the associated catalog and exhibition would have been impossible.

All works by John Marin copyright ARS / Estate of John Marin and reproduced with permission.

Palisades, Hudson River, New Jersey

John Marin, Palisades, Hudson River, New Jersey, 1923, watercolor and charcoal on paper, 19 ¾ × 16 ½ in. (50.16 × 41.91 cm.), Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Gift of Norma B. Marin. 2013.018.234

City Hall Park, Manhattan

    John Marin, City Hall Park, Manhattan, circa 1912, watercolor and graphite on watercolor paper, 9 ⅝ × 7 ¾ in. (24.45 × 19.68), Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Gift of Norma B. Marin. 2013.018.165

    Susquehanna At Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

      John Marin, Susquehanna At Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, April 29, 1942, watercolor and charcoal on textured watercolor paper, 14 × 19 in. (35.56 × 48.26 cm.), Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Gift of Norma B. Marin. 2013.018.016

      John Marin, Jr. and Norma Marin

        Charles Sheeler, John Marin, Jr. and Norma Marin, courtesy of the Estate of John Marin