The Urban Scene: Race, Reginald Marsh, and American Art


"Examines the portrayal of race in interwar American art. Focuses on the works of urban realist Reginald Marsh and his contemporaries to show how black figures acted as cultural and visual markers and embodied complex concerns about the presence of African Americans in urban centers"--Provided by publisher.

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