Reginald Marsh | the artist




The artist Reginald Marsh
Born 1898, Paris, France.
Died 1954 Dorset, Vermont, USA.

Style and technique of the artist: Painting, Drawing,


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Reginald Marsh is best known for his paintings of New York City: burlesque shows, Coney Island, the Bowery, movie houses, and elevated trains…
Works in the collection of Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
The drawings and paintings of Reginald Marsh convey the energy of city life in the early years of the twentieth century. From happy crowds at amusement parks like Coney Island to derelicts in the Bowery, his work captures the flavor of life in New York City in the 1920s and 1930s. Marsh is regarded as an American Scene painter, one of a number of American artists who portrayed specific regions of the country in a realistic style…
The Chorus
6 Works online


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