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Tempera on masonite
Gift of Mrs. Lillian Henkel Haass
American Art before 1950
Signed and dated, lower right: Reginald Marsh 1931
1948-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Reginald Marsh Retrospective. Exh. cat., University of Arizona Art Gallery. Tucson, 1969, no. 58.
Laning, E. "The Sketchbooks of Reginald Marsh." Greenwich, CT, 1973, p. 146 (ill.).
Reginald Marsh, Savoy Ballroom, 1931, tempera on Masonite. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mrs. Lillian Henkel Haass, 48.11.
Enoch Wood and Sons
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
Ward and Cox