Maxfield Parrish

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United States painter (1870-1966)

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Originally opened in 1906 by financier John Jacob Astor IV, it quickly became home to art and music royalty including American painter and illustrator Maxfield Parrish and world-famous tenor Enrico Caruso.
As far as the sale of expensive reproductions is concerned, the three most popular artists in the world are Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, and Maxfield Parrish," asserted Time magazine in 1936.
The widespread ignorance of early American modernism is not at all surprising, what with the current fads for Americana and the saturated fats of Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish.
Most notable are four poster-size original oil paintings by Maxfield Parrish for Ferry-Morse Seed Company, showing ethereal clouds, enormous produce, and cheerful people.
During the early 1900s, Maxfield Parrish was one of the three most popular artists in the world, based on the sale of his color reproductions.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is giving painter Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) his first retrospective with an exhibition conceived by chief curator Sylvia Yount.
Grasping a jewel encrusted chalice, he dribbles golden fluid on his beautiful navel Maxfield Parrish, meet Chi Chi LaRue.
A recent exhibit of the work of inventor/craftsman/artist Maxfield Parrish was very successful in terms of the number of visitors it drew, but those tourists were drawn more by the regional star power of quaint and collectible Parrish prints than by any desire to learn about belt-driven lathes.
A) (B) (C) (D) 19 Oldies but Goodies Samantha Bonar (C) 22 The Magic of Maxfield Parrish Patricia Pfitsch (C) 24 Messages for Michael Mary Ann Green (B) 28 Squeaking Through the First Day of School R.
Frederick Maxfield Parrish was born in Philadelphia in 1870.
Kay Oberbillig has a passion for the work of celebrated artist Maxfield Parrish.
Two pillars of the American "Golden Age of Illustration," Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish, are also featured in this auction.
hardly a home in America existed that didn't have a Maxfield Parrish print" (7).
Though his backdrop offers a hint of Maxfield Parrish influence, set designer Trefoni Michael Rizzi keeps his stage largely bare and furniture-free.