Parrish, Maxfield, b. 1870 d. 1966
Active in Philadelphia, Pa.; Cornish, N.H.; Windsor, Vt.
Collection size: 4 items (on a partial microfilm reel)
Collection Summary: Four letters from Parrish to Mr. Coates discuss Parrish's work and Mr. Coates' purchase of CIRCE and his desire for a companion piece (1909-1912).
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter and illustrator; Cornish, New Hampshire. The son of painter Stephen Parrish, Maxfield attended Haverford College (1888-1891) and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1892-1894). He also studied under Howard Pyle at Drexel Institute. Parrish had a studio in Philadelphia until 1898, when he moved to "The Oaks" in Cornish, New Hampshire, where he produced illustrations for magazines and books and later worked on landscape murals.
Donated 1975 by Mrs. George Feeney.
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Also in the Archives
- Maxfield Parrish letter, 1897 September 15
- Maxfield Parrish scrapbook, [undated]
- Maxfield Parrish selected papers and letters, [ca. 1888]-1986
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Parrish, Maxfield