Maxfield Parrish

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United States painter (1870-1966)

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Enservio Select referenced Maxfield Parrish's most recent catalogue raisonne, The Art of Maxfield Parrish, published by John Goodspeed Stuart, which references every known Parrish image, to find an image representing the subject property painting's description.
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.
In Moon Bright Sonata, 1971, a languorous nine-minute, fifty-one-second black-and-white video, a supine woman in the creek's shallows is occasionally stirred by the kisses of a naked Mendieta as if in some eroticized Maxfield Parrish tableau.
Esbjornson and Michael Pavelka turned to the luminous colors and imaginary landscapes of the American painter Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) for a wonderfully evocative set.
Type(s) of Art to be Exhibited: The American Classic Art Collection of works by Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish and J.
Very strongly recommended to all readers waiting, searching, begging for the answers to all of their introspective questions, Being Free with its Maxfield Parrish cover is among the most informative and helpful self-help books to have hit the self-improvement reading lists and reference shelves in years.
Quacks" includes works by such well-known artists as Jacques Callot, William Hogarth, Honore Daumier, Maxfield Parrish, and Jules Cheret, as well as some highly spirited pieces created by less familiar figures.
They were like something from a Maxfield Parrish painting--a fantasyscape of rock towers that majestically jut into the heavens.
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.
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.
Frederick Maxfield Parrish was born in Philadelphia in 1870.