Mark Freeman (Sept. 27, 1908 – Feb. 6, 2003) was an Austrian-born American artist, "whose prints and paintings from the 1930s chronicle a seminal period of New York City’s architectural growth in a style that has been described (by Will Barnet) as a beautiful blend of the poetic and historical."
- ^ Freeman obituary, New York Times (Feb. 16, 2003).
- ^ "Reaching for the Sky" remarks by Will Barnet page 18
By Dean Hanley
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