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Reginald Marsh (Born 1898) was born in a well off family in Paris. He was born in an artistic family. He was born to Alice and Frederick Dana Marsh. His mother was a miniaturist painter while his father was a muralist. His father was among the earliest painters to depict modern industry in America. Marsh's grandfather had made a fortune in the meat packing business so the family was financially stable. The family moved to Nutley, New Jersey when Marsh was 2 years old. This is where his father acquired a home studio located on The Enclosure. This street had been established as a colony for artist some years earlier by the renowned American painter Frank Fowler. Marsh attended the Lawrenceville School and then proceeded to Yale University and graduated in 1920. At the university in their Art School, Marsh worked as the star illustrator and cartoonist for campus humor magazine called The Yale Record. He fully enjoyed his time at Yale and after graduation he moved to New York where he hoped to find work as a freelance illustrator. Soon, New York Daily News engaged him to sketch art performers for their regular news feature. Marsh and Peter Arno, his fellow Yale Record alum, were among the first cartoonists for the magazine. Marsh was a thoughtful and prolific contributor to The New Yorker up to 1944. He produced many other pieces of art, mainly as framed Reginald Marsh art which are today distributed through different channels all over the world.
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Framed Head Of Christ
Head Of Christ
by Reginald Marsh
14" x 16"
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