Earl Gresh Marquetry

Earl Gresh marquetry pictures show he was an artist with wood. He created wood marquetry pictures that he sold in the Wood Parade Museum. His most notable accomplishment was the creation of the half-size marquetry murals depicting the life of Christ. 16 of these 4 x 8 foot murals can be seen today at Memorial Park at 54th Ave. North and 49th Street in St. Petersburg, FL. Gresh used woods from all over the world to achieve the colors he wanted in his inlaid pictures. The marquetry pictures and ladies pins below were made by Earl Gresh and signed on the back. Earl Gresh is considered one of the great Tampa Bay Area Florida lure makers.

“Racing Ship Anna Lusk” – 20 x 28 Inches

“United States Map” – 23 x 35 Inches

“The Yankee Clipper” – 12 x 15 Inches

“Fishing Village” – 12 x 15 Inches

“Fishing Scene” – 12 x 15 Inches

“The Castle of Chillon (Lake Geneva)” – 12 x 15 Inches

“The Birches” – 12 x 15 Inches

“The Saw Mill” – 12 x 15 Inches

Gresh horse

Race Horse” – 18 Inch Diameter

Gresh registration book

Show / Meeting Registration Book – 13 x 18 Inches

Show / Meeting Registration Book – 9 1/2 x 13 1/2 Inches

Ladies Decorative Marquetry Pins

Ladies Decorative Marquetry Pins

gresh 1951

EARL GRESH Featured in June, 1952 Popular Mechanics Magazine