Vintage Mid Century Nicolas Markovitch (Serbian-French, 1894-1964), French Harbor Lithograph signed "Marc". Markovitch was an artist, watercolorist, architect and block printer. In frame under glass measures 20"x25"x1". Weight 5 pds 7 oz. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Markovitch was an architect who worked and lived in France, and is primarily known for his architectural paintings of city buildings, cathedrals and monuments, along with Swiss, Italian, German, English and Belgian landscapes, cityscapes, mountainscapes & seascapes, lake & marine scenes, and many scenes in the U.S. especially cityscapes of New York City and other places such as Gloucester, MA. On his original fine art watercolor paintings or illustration work, he always signed them with his true name Nicolas Markovitch. For the chromolithographic reproductions or other prints of his landscapes and architectural series he signed them with the pseudonym name of A. Marc or just Marc, and for his flower/botanical prints he signed them with the pseudonym of Jean Philippe or just J. Philippe.