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REGINALD MARSH(1898-1954) Original Watercolor Painting Circa 1936 - Signed


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    A Parisian on the streets of New YorkReginald Marsh(1898-1954) was an artist famous for his depictions of New York and the life of the inhabitants. Signed and dated 1936, Marsh creates an exquisitely bright rendering of New York City off the heels of the Great Depression, with excellent detail of the river below the Brooklyn Bridge. A smoke stack burrows through the center of the composition, adding a sense of energy to the still waters of the East River.


    About the Artist:

    Reginald Marsh(1898-1954) was born in Paris, and relocated to New Jersey with his family at the age of two. Trained by painter John SloanMarsh sought a serious career, which led him back to Paris to stimulate his enchantment. Rejecting the cold aesthetics of modernism, Marsh looked to social realism for his muse, where he would paint scenes stemming from the Great Depression, and a range of social classes in New York City.


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    ZCCSL 109 


  • Product condition

    Very good condition.

  • Product Size

    27"W x 21"H