John C. Wenrich

John C. Wenrich (1894-1970) was an architect who taught at RIT in the 1920sHe began as a student at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (now the Rochester Institute of Technology). Wenrich was best known for his architectural illustrations. He was commissioned to create renderings of the planned RIT Henrietta campus. John also created renderings for Rockefeller Center, and sidelined as a fine art oil painter.