Reginald Marsh Bibliography
Books about the artist
REGINALD MARSH'S NEW YORK
Paintings, Drawings, Prints, and Photgraphs
By Marilyn Cohen, Dover Books in conjunction with the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1983, 115 pages
An excellent basic overview of Marsh and his work, although the books particular emphasis is on New York & Marsh's artwork there. Contains several color plates and numerous black and white reproductions.
THE NEW WOMAN REVISED
Painting and Gender Politics on Fourteenth Street
By Ellen Wiley Todd, University of California Press, 1993, 414 pages
In this book, Wiley examines the context and the presentation of women by artists Reginald Marsh, Isabel Bishop, Kenneth Hayes Miller, and Raphael Soyer. Todd examines the various contextual and political meanings in the work of the artists, along with personality analysis.
MODERN AMERICAN PAINTING
By Peyton Boswel, Jr., Dodd, Mead & Company, 1940
An overview of regional and urban artists of the United States. Covers the artists of 'the Eight' through the WPA works projects.
SKETCHBOOKS OF REGINALD MARSH
By Edward Laning., New York Graphic Society, 1973
TREASURY OF ART MASTERPIECES
From the Renaissance to the Present Day
By Thomas Craven, Simon & Schuster, 1958
Lifelong art critic Thomas Craven gives one-page distillations of the career of some hundred artists from around the world.
ANATOMY FOR ARTISTS
By Reginald Marsh, Dover Books, 1970
Marsh's ideas on anatomy, with numerous examples.
New Book on Marsh Coming - Oct 2012
Hardcover: 176 pages
Publisher: D Giles Ltd
Coming in October 2012.
Swing Time: Reginald Marsh and Thirties New York
By Barbara Haskell (Editor), Erika Doss, Barbara Haskell, Jackson Lears, Lance Mayer and Gay Myers, and Sasha Nicholas Morris Dickstein (Editor)
Original Page 2003 | Last Update Sept 2012