The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York) 5 July, 1936
B’klyn Artist’s Work Featured At Pocono Show
Nicholas S. Macsoud’s Work Part of Manor Inn Exhibit
Pocono Manor, PA July 4
An exhibition of 21 paintings of Pocono Mountain scenes is being held in the main lounge at the Pocono Manor Inn, featuring the works of Nicholas S. Macsoud of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Included in the exhibition are paintings of Autumn, Winter Wonderland, Studies in Three Seasons, Mountain Laurel, Afternoon Light and Country Road.
Mr. Macsoud studied at the National Academy of Design in New York. He is President of the Brooklyn Society of Painters and Sculptors and a member of the Brooklyn Socity of Miniature Painters and the Salmagundi Club. The original of his painting of the Holy Sepulcher” hangs in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum.
1924 Passport Application:
Born at Zahle, Mt. Lebanon, Syria, March 7, 1884. Immigrated with family November, 1899 to Brooklyn, New York. Naturalized 1913. Purpose: to study and paint in France, Italy, Egypt, Palestine and Syria.
Submitted by Edward P. Bentley, Art Researcher and Collector from Grenville, Michigan