Reginald Marsh, ‘Fan Dance at Jimmy Kelly's’, 1936, Christie's


Sasowsky's third (final) state, signed in pencil, inscribed 'fifty proofs', published by the artist, with margins (the sheet edges have been trimmed), otherwise in good condition, framed; together with Striptease in New Jersey (S. 236), etching, 1951
Image: 6 x 5 in. (162 x 127 mm.)
Sheet: 9 5/8 x 7 in. (244 x 178 mm.)

Sasowsky 161 & 236

About Reginald Marsh

Born in Paris, Reginald Marsh was an American artist recognized for his Social Realist paintings of New York City life in the 1920s and ‘30s. Rejecting abstraction, Marsh included crowded Coney Island beach scenes, vaudeville and burlesque shows, women, and jobless men on the Bowery among his favorite subjects. Marsh was a prolific drawer as well, filling books with sketches made on streets, beaches, and public transportation. He painted in egg tempera, oils, watercolors, and ink, and produced many prints as well.

American, 1898-1954, Paris, France, based in New York, New York