Frederick Marriott (b 1860 Stoke On Trent, UK- d 1941 London)
Born on the 20th of October 1860 in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, UK, Marriott was an artist who dabbled in the mediums of Painting, watercolour, etching and various forms of sculpture. His typical subjects were landscapes and portraits.
He was also known for his use of important old buildings as the feature subjects of his composition.
He exhibited at the Royal Academy of London and at the Paris Salon.
His working tours of Europe were focused on depicting towns and castles in their natural environments. He visited and worked in Australia in 1910 for a short time. he produced many of his own prints in his studio in London. He was also published by Alfred Bell &Co of London.