Mark Freeman

Mark Freeman 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 was born in 1908 in Zaleszczyki, Austria, and came to New York City in January 1923.


Freeman had a BA from Columbia College, a Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University, a Master of Architecture from Columbia, and a Diploma of Art and Archaeology from the Sorbonne in Paris. He also studied at the National Academy of Design.