Frieze: The Studio (left, 1964, 77 × 116 in., oil, collage: dried flowers, photos, news clippings, MM-00186)
In addition to artworks spanning several decades, Marcia Marcus documented the New York and Provincetown art communities beginning in the 1950s. For licensing and pricing information please contact us here. A representative selection of painting images are available through Art Resource, Inc., 65 Bleecker Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY, 10012 USA, Tel.: (212) 505-8700, Toll-Free: (888) 505-8666, Fax: (212) 505-2053, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Images by Marcia Marcus have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Life, Esquire, as well as other national and international magazines, books, journals and brochures.
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Among Marcus’ many portraits, a significant number include notable artists, dancers, and collectors known to the artist.
Marcus offers a unique portrayal of family life; her own and others.
Ceiling Painting a.k.a. Terry and Jane
(right, 1960, 46 1/4 × 50 1/4 in., oil and sand, MM-00046)
A lover of roses, Marcus also delighted in depicting plants and squashes.
Roses (left, 1974, 19 × 15 in., oil on canvas, collage/photo, MM-00156)
Marcus painted extensively in Provincetown, MA and upstate New York.
Winterscape (1971, 13 × 13 in., oil and canvas, MM-00268)
Dune (1967, 13 x 43 in., Silkscreen, MM-00519-1)