Reginald Marsh

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Noun1.Reginald Marsh - United States painter (1898-1954)
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Caption: Reginald Marsh, Wonderland Circus, Sideshow Coney Island.
The illustration backgrounds are a botched homage to Reginald Marsh and the kid has big eyes that are unfortunately reminiscent of a Keane painting.
The sale will likewise feature a selection of works by America's leading 19th and 20th century artists, including Leon Kroll, Albert Herter, Jules Eugene Pages, Reginald Marsh, Emma Fordyce Macrae and Max Weber among others.
This was especially true in We last century when modernists such as Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Vasilly Kandinsky, Reginald Marsh and Alexander Calder used circuses as source material in their work.
As a teenager, he attended Parsons School of Design and took a class at the Art Students League taught by Reginald Marsh.
One of the earliest works in the exhibit is by Reginald Marsh, the American painter who was born in Paris and became known for his scenes of New York.
With his parents' support, he enrolled in the Art Students League in New York, where he studied with Reginald Marsh, who worked in egg tempera, and Kenneth Hayes Miller.