Oskar Gross (1871 - 1963) was an artist in Germany and the United States. Born in Vienna, he worked in Munich before moving to the United States. His work included decorative murals in buildings for Daniel Burnham, Louis Sullivan and George C. Nimmons He was also a portraitist.
He died in Chicago in 1963.
- "Oskar Gross - Artists - Modernism in the New City: Chicago Artists, 1920-1950". www.chicagomodern.org.
- "Franklin Building exterior printing-themed terra cotta - Chicago, IL - Frieze Art on Waymarking.com". www.waymarking.com.