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Bathers; In the Surf

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Reginald Marsh, Bathers; In the Surf, 1898/1954, ink on paper, Bequest of Felicia Meyer Marsh, © unknown, research required, 79.16.3A,B

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Title

Bathers; In the Surf

Artist

Reginald Marsh (American, born France, 1898-1954)

Date

1898/1954

Medium

ink on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 22 1/8 in x 30 7/8 in

Collection Area

Modern and Contemporary Art

Category

Drawings

Object Type

drawing

Culture

American

Credit Line

Bequest of Felicia Meyer Marsh

Accession Number

79.16.3A,B

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

bathers

beaches

drawings

figures

ink

paper

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