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REGINALD MARSH(1898-1954) Merry-Go-Round Etching Circa 1930s - Signed


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    Signed and numbered #11 of an edition of 100, an etching by Reginald Marsh(1898-1954). Circa 1930s, this etching shows Marsh returning to the roots of his artistic journey, long before his work in watercolor. A disciplined printer of linocuts, lithographs, and etchings, exquisite attention to process and detail is seen in the final print. Much like his subjects, this etching titled Merry-Go-Round is a satire on the spectacle of Coney Island from the early to mid 20th Century. 


    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 111

  • Product condition

    Very good condition.

  • Product Size

    17"W x 15"H