Reginald Marsh

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United States painter (1898-1954)


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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.
Relevantes desde los primeros anos del siglo XX por su agudeza para abordar las circunstancias y transformaciones sociales provocadas por el impacto de la industrializacion, los realismos se convirtieron en uno de los principales ejes del arte moderno norteamericano a traves de diferentes lenguajes, entre los que destacan: la Escuela de Aschan, con sus escenas neoyorquinas-urbanas o de diversiones publicas como el box --Henri, Bellows, George Luks--; los regionalismos con referencias a la vida y trabajo rural --Grant Wood con su famosa pintura American Gothic--; el realismo social con sus escenas de trabajadores --William Gropper--, y el realismo urbano con distintas circunstancias callejeras con representantes como Reginald Marsh.
It included the largest collection of African art in private hands, and works by such legendary artists as Jean-Michael Basquiat, Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Jean Dubuffet, Max Ernst, Red Grooms, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Ferdnand Leger, Richard Lindner, Jaques Lipchitz, Reginald Marsh, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso and Augeste Rodin.
CITY" also features prints from Stuart Davis, John Marin, Reginald Marsh, Thomas Ruff, Robert Rauschenberg, Yvonne Jacquette, Ed Ruscha and many others.
I trotted out names of other, more contemporary American artists and hoped that the samplings would be better recognized: Phillip Evergood, Reginald Marsh, Arthur Dove.
Twenty Cent Movie, by Reginald Marsh, is in an area of the museum that presents "Depression America and its social and political upheaval on the one hand, and idealized America on the other," said Haskell.
Artist Reginald Marsh painted what remains a highlight of the interior in 1937: A series of eight murals depicting a ship passing through New York harbor.
Reginald Marsh, and Charles Demuth all document the challenge that African American music has offered to visual artists.