Herbert Menzies Marshall was an architect, topographical painter and watercolourist.
He produced a number of series of topographical watercolours such as 'The Scenery of London,' and 'Cathedral Cities of France.' He was also a frequent exhibitor at the Old Watercolour Society, the Royal Academy and elsewhere. He is referred to in JW's correspondence in 1895 (#01312, #01325, #03620) when he held a successful exhibition at the Fine Art Society round about the time of Mr Whistler's Lithographs, The Fine Art Society, London, 1895.
Wood, Christopher, The Dictionary of Victorian Artists 2nd ed., revised, Woodbridge, 1978.