Strokeys Bar in New York City

At the New Britain Museum of Art in Connecticut there were several cityscapes that were interesting. This one called “Strokeys Bar” was by Reginald Marsh (France 1898-1958), painted in watercolor in 1940.

The closeup shows the frenzied action below the “El” train tracks and all the people representing New York City’s working class and people on the street.


What do you think?


Written by JessButtery

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