|Frits Maris (1873–1935)|
|Alternative names||Ferdinand Johannes Jacobus Maris, Ferdinand Johannes Jacobus Marirs|
|Description||Dutch painter, draughtsman, printmaker and aquarellist|
|Date of birth/death||1 June 1873||8 June 1935|
|Location of birth/death||The Hague||Voorburg|
|Work location||The Hague, Brussels (1896-1898), Veur (1906-1910), Voorburg (1910-1935)|
He was a student at the Akademie van Beeldende Kunsten at The Hague, and was a pupil of Fridolin Becker, Simon van den Berg, Frits Jansen (1856-1928), Willem Maris and Jan Toorop. He was active from 1896 - 1935. He made etchings, lithographs, paintings, drawings and watercolours. His works encompass landscapes, cityscapes, still life paintings and figurative art.