(1898 - 1954)
Reginald Marsh was active/lived in New York, Vermont. Reginald Marsh is known for illustration, urban realistic painting-figure and genre.
An urban realist painter of New York City genre, Reginald Marsh devoted
his career to depicting people going about their everyday business
including Bowery bums, vulgar party goers, and persons elbowing their
way in crowded subways. He was also a printmaker, completing about 236
etchings*, lithographs*, and engravings*, and devoted much time,
especially in the 1930s, to printmaking*. Many of his paintings were
done in watercolor and egg tempera*.
He was born in Paris to
American-born artist parents, Fred Dana and Alice Randall Marsh. His
family settled in Nutley, New Jersey in 1900 and later in New Rochelle,
New York. After graduating from Yale University, he worked as a
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