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Reginald Marsh  American  1898 -1954
Born:  Paris, France 
Died: Dorset, Vermont, United States 
Studied: Yale University 1920
Art Students League, New York City 
Instructors: John Sloan 
George Benjamin Luks 
Kenneth Hayes Miller 
Examples of Work: Art Institute of Chicago 
Museum of Modern Art, New York City 
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Ashcan
Subjects Known For: The Great Depression
City Scene
Urban environments
Memberships: National Academy of Design p. ANA 1937; NA 1943
National Institute of Arts and Letters 
Teaching Positions: Art Students League, New York City 1935-1954
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Reginald Marsh is contemporary artist who was an instrumental art figure in the Depression Era of NYC. He studied at Yale, ASL and Paris and later learned an egg tempra and emulsion technique from Jacques Maroger from 1940-46.... (More)

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