REGINALD MARSH

Pip and Flip

1936

A proto-typical Marsh painting: the writhing form of a mass of humanity during it's leisure hours, featuring a cross-section of New York City, highlighted by a separated primary focus (the forms rising above the crowd, and the posters which in depiction are not very far from how he painted the 'real' people in the image.)

Pip and Flip by Reginald Marsh

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