Nantucket is a natural environment for inspiring beautiful paintings, but few works of art capture the unique seaside colonial charm and grace of the island as well as the prints of Marshall DuBock. A life-long Nantucket resident, DuBock began began his art training in junior high school. At age eighteen he presented his first one-man show at the Lobster Pot Gallery, the original large gallery on the island. The show, along with each subsequent show, sold out.
DuBock continued his art education at the Portland School of Fine and Applied Art, taking a break to study in Florence, Italy. The realistic watercolor style he perfected distinguishes him as one of Nantucket Island's most beloved artists. Through his works, he continues to combine visual impressions with years of memories abetted by his extensive knowledge of Island history. As a result, DuBock captures the very spirit of the Island in his watercolors.