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Reginald Marsh, Irving Place Burlesque, Litho
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Title: Irving Place Burlesque.
Reginald Marsh (1898-1954)
Medium: Lithograph, 1928.
Edition 25.
Signed in pencil, inscribed "25 proofs."
Image size 9 3/4 x 11 1/2" (247 x 292 mm).
Sasowsky #15.

Reginald Marsh (1898-1954) printmaker and painter, was born in Paris, France to American artist parents on March 14, 1898. When he was two his parents moved to Nutley, New Jersey where he was raised. He studied at Yale University art School and at the Art Students League. In 1922 he was hired to sketch vaudeville and burlesque performers for a feature in the New York Daily News these subjects would continue in his work throughout his career. He is also known for his many works at Coney Island.
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Very good condition, save for a faint mat line.
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Reginald Marsh, Irving Place Burlesque, Litho

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Sep 28, 2019
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Title: Irving Place Burlesque.
Reginald Marsh (1898-1954)
Medium: Lithograph, 1928.
Edition 25.
Signed in pencil, inscribed "25 proofs."
Image size 9 3/4 x 11 1/2" (247 x 292 mm).
Sasowsky #15.

Reginald Marsh (1898-1954) printmaker and painter, was born in Paris, France to American artist parents on March 14, 1898. When he was two his parents moved to Nutley, New Jersey where he was raised. He studied at Yale University art School and at the Art Students League. In 1922 he was hired to sketch vaudeville and burlesque performers for a feature in the New York Daily News these subjects would continue in his work throughout his career. He is also known for his many works at Coney Island.
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Very good condition, save for a faint mat line.

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