Maxfield Parrish (July 25, 1870 – March 30, 1966) was an American painter and illustrator active in the first half of the twentieth century.
It is still looking very Maxfield Parrish like from the Dacha today sans nymph of course
Positively a Maxfield Parrish sky at the moment half expect to see an androgynous youth reclining on the roof opposite ...oh wait
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My tribute to the landscape artist Maxfield Parrish "The Oaks" a linocut mono print.
Maxfield Parrish was known for his brilliant blue skies. So much so that Parrish Blue has been a color ever since...
Maxfield Parrish Art Book Showing Early Illustrated sketches and letters on
Let my notes carry you away to a tranquil place painted by Maxfield Parrish. And stuff. .
At the St Regis Hotel for Maxfield Parrish and Martinis at the famous King Cole
Maxfield Parrish I havent been to many bars with a 5 million dollar…
Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) The Manager Draws the Curtain. Buy and collect contemporary or modern art, old masters, jewelry, wine, watches, interiors, prints, and music at Christie's auctions.
Reminds me a little of Maxfield Parrish.
Eyes cry delight at Maxfield Parrish sunset. Eyes cry despair my clueless palette. Nature says "let me show you."
5 degrees at 6 am © Wanda Lea Brayton, 2014 All rights reserved I watch from above as he walks into the maw of howling cold darkness I am wearing thick socks while he wears triple layers I wonder if the thought of me waiting here alone will keep him warm enough to bring him home, swiftly and safe the wind is moaning its agony into our bones, now separated by distance and duty, by commerce and consumerism the blankets are empty of everything but his scent I hug them tightly around me, lean against his pillow, yawning, burrow deep into this cavern he is out there somewhere, battling good and evil with his leather gloves with me shivering in his back pocket, a thought as small as snowflakes, a love as large as the Grand Canyon, so big it can be seen from space with all its stars Art credit: "Stars", 1926 by Maxfield Parrish
heres a Maxfield Parrish... so you can see what I meant. I love his stuff!
this was my favorite of yours. Kind of reminds me of Maxfield Parrish!
Music nerd-ism follows. I decided to go not just “old school” but “Paleozoic school” today, musically speaking, spinning not only “Child Is Father To The Man,” the very first Blood, Sweat & Tears album—pre-David Clayton Thomas, when Al Kooper first put the band together—plus the subsequent two Al Kooper solo albums that are, in effect, what the second and third BS&T albums would have sounded like had Bobby Colomby and Steve Katz not engineered Al’s firing from the group he founded. After the BS&T incident, Al never again created or joined another permanent band. He instead performed as a solo artist with hired-gun sidemen. And I get that: trust, once wadded up and tossed in the trash can, never quite returns. The music that resulted, though… brilliant. Perhaps worth the travails Al faced, and possibly fueled by them. What was it John Lydon sang? “Anger is an energy.” Interesting note: not that long ago, there was an hour-long documentary in rotation on pay cable (Showtime? Perhaps) ...
SPOTLIGHT on: James Hardman. James, an accomplished painter and painist, lives and works on Orcas Island. He paints the luminous light he sees all around him there in nature. Visitors to Inspired Arts often remark that his work reminds them of Maxfield Parrish, or of a Japanese woodblock print. We not only carry his larger prints, but also his art greeting cards and music CDs. We're honored to be able to share his creations with you!
Notable sunrises of 2014, episode 1. Clouds piled up on the lake, lit from behind, as if painted by Maxfield Parrish.
Maxfield Parrish would have loved this morning's sky.
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Maxfield Parrish lived in Windsor, VT, not too far from where I live. His paintings are well known for their highly saturated, fantastically lit clouds and landscapes. On some days, I think he trul...
Photo: blackdogbarri: wasbella102: Lanterns at Twilight by Maxfield Parrish
Rei Padilla gave me the artist Maxfield Parrish and out of all his pieces I loved "Arabian Nights : Talking Bird" there was so much motion and I love the colors and shadowing. Only enhanced by the beautiful scenery which I alway love in any art
Ahhh, ye Maxfield Parrish sky, with your golden, pink-laced clouds against the azure. You invite me into a night of creative euphoria.
Maxfield Parrish Cadmus Sowing the Dragon’s Teeth Painted for Colliers 1908 Here's a great link that, well...links these two greats. ;)
Buddy Scott has an art revival project goinh and I was assigned Maxfield Parrish. MP was famous in the early twentieth century and painted "Daybreak", the most popular art print of the 20th century, based on number of prints made: one for every four American homes. According to the The National Museum of American Illustration, it has outsold Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans and Da Vinci's Last Supper. It is still in print. The Moody Blues album The Present uses a variation of the Parrish painting Daybreak for its cover. Parrish's art features dazzlingly luminous colors. He achieved the results by means of a technique called glazing where bright layers of oil color separated by varnish are applied alternately over a base rendering. He would build up the depth in his paintings by photographing, enlarging, projecting and tracing half- or full-size objects or figures. Parrish then cut out and placed the images on his canvas, covering them with thick, but clear, layers of glaze. The result is realism of e .. ...
Allison Huskey gave me the artist Maxfield Parrish.
Boom!, the last band of snow clouds slips past overhead and the sky is suddenly empty and that deep shade of Maxfield Parrish blue.
From the album: ~Visions & Perspectives ~ By Sascha Norris "Each ending is a new beginning. We say life does not give us second chance, but that is because we must create every chance for ourselves." ~Sascha Norris Image: Ecstasy by Maxfield Parrish
Thanks to the Charles Maxfield Parrish and Gloria F. Parrish Foundation for their $1000.00 donation to help OSU flourish. Any donations made before Dec. 31 are tax deductible because we are a 501(c)(3) organization. OSU, P.O. Box 312, Cedar City, UT 84721. We appreciate all of you who help the orchestra survive and thrive.
Lexy O'Hoyt - My Christmas present - Daybreak by Maxfield Parrish. It goes well with my other two by Parrish that I've had since 1974. Brandon Hoyt was the expert framer!
Home from a most excellent weekend in Philadelphia--delicious food, Reading Terminal Market, Maxfield Parrish's Tiffany mosaic, "Kill Your Darlings," cheesy Netflix films, wonderful conversation with the Best Person in Philadelphia ( Marcella Maguire), and a reading of Darwyn Cooke's NEW FRONTIER with the Human Annotation, Robert Berry.
I’ve been given the number 8. Here are 8 things you may not know about me. Like and I will send your number to you. 1) I was VT State Honey Queen in 1957, 2)I met my husband over coffee and westerns at a diner, 3) I worked for the VT & NH Cadillac distributor for six years, and met I met Sinclair Lewis, Melvyn Douglas and his wife Helen Gahagan Douglas, Maxfield Parrish and Gabby Hayes 4) I worked at a Bowling Alley and could repair a broken machine, 5) I had three miscarriages between son and daughter, making daughter a true blessing, 6) I took motorcycle lessons in secret with six other ladies and had my license before family knew what I had been doing 7) I knew Captain Kangaroo 8) I am part Blackfoot Indian.
They got their maxfield parrish back, I'll have a hot toddy on that. (@ Pied Piper Bar & Grill) [pic]:
A moment of lightness and levity. Enjoy :). The Dinky Bird - Maxfield Parrish, 1904.
Working at home... to the sunset of Maxfield Parrish.
With a little Maxfield Parrish thrown in for seasoning. Just perfect. ;)
This looks like it is straight out a Dream World designed by Maxfield Parrish! Wow so beautiful !
Hit the annual Langhorne Mega Yardsale today usually hundreds of homes off Brownsville Rd get involved but not so much today. I needed baby blanket for the cages, and got ya ready? 10 flannel receiving blankies, 1 fleece blankie, 1 nice bath towel, 1 small electric heater, 1 Maxfield Parrish old framed print, a cool coffee mug & antique creamer to match my aqua 1950's dish set , 8 vintage National Geographics ALL For $8.00 for everything! Very Thrilled actually!
It's Maxfield Parrish appreciation day. Everybody lie down in glowing golden light! With gauzy dresses on. Oh ok, gentlemen, you're excused.
Looks a bit like a Maxfield Parrish painting outside right now.
The light and color in Northern Italy was like being in a Maxfield Parrish painting. If I didn't have the photos to prove I was there, I would assume it had just been a dream.
The Architecture Pop Up Book [Hardcover] I found The Architecture Pop Up Book [Hardcover] in this place - art pop-up book; Graceland : an interactive pop-up tour; Castle: medieval days and knights (a sabuda & reinhart pop-up book); The maxfield parrish pop-up book; America the beautiful: a pop-up book.
Islamic poetry Ali Baba by Maxfield Parrish. The Magic carpet is a legendary carpet that can transport people, instantaneously or with great speed, to even the furthest destinations. The best known work of fiction from the Islamic world is One Thousand and One Nights or (Arabian Nights), which is a compilation of folk tales from Arabian and Sanskrit fables. The original concept is derived from a pre-Islamic Persian prototype that relied on Indian elements. It reached its final form by the 14th century; the number and type of tales have varied from one manuscript to another. All Arabian fantasy tales tend to be called Arabian Nights stories when translated into English, regardless of whether they appear in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights or not. This work has been very influential in the West since it was translated in the 18th century, first by Antoine Galland. Imitations were written, especially in France. Various characters from this epic have themselves become cultural icons ...
I am in AWE!! I found a booth with original antique prints. I saw Maxfield Parrish (which I will never be able to afford) and Atkinson Fox (I have 2 of these).I never in my life thought I would EVER see so many of this type of artwork in one place.WOW!!!
Very curious WHY you keep mentioning Maxfield Parrish. Thinking of many possible scenarios, not sure which is logical.
Children's Day in Auburn: Lois V. Harris, author of MAXFIELD PARRISH: PAINTER OF MAGICAL MAKE-BELIEVE, will ap...
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Googled Maxfield Parrish - it was beautiful. (Thanks Still probably a heathen but now I want to live in wonderful paintings.
the Maxfield Parrish are the best parts!
At the beautiful Curtis Building just across the street from a very deserted Independence Hall in downtown Philly. The lobby is an atrium over 10 stories high with marble water fall and on the 6th street side just inside is a mural called The Dream Garden 1914 designed by Maxfield Parrish and constructed by Tiffany Studios. Yes that Tiffany - this is a glass mosaic!!!
In hindsight, it seems obvious that Jackson's Rivendell scenes were heavily influenced by Maxfield Parrish
The video 'You Are Not Alone' was inspired by a painting from 1922 by Maxfield Parrish’s entitled Daybreak. htt…
Enjoying a beautiful view. The clouds look like a Maxfield Parrish painting. My mother read me stories with his pictures when I was a kid.
"The Pied Piper" by Maxfield Parrish, long installed over the bar at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco -- newly restored and re-hung! Parrish was an early 20th-century master of fantasy figure-and-landscape illustration, in a style related to Art Nouveau, Pre-Raphaelite, Northern Old Masters, etc.
This Maxfield Parrish painting is just hanging out at my school.
I'm driving home to the very last of a Maxfield Parrish sunset. Wish I could have been out 15 minutes earlier and captured it ...
TDP™: George Lucas: Just Let Me Build My Museum Already - He may have retired and sold his Star Wars franchise nearly a year ago, but George Lucas isn't done building his legacy yet. In fact, the most lasting part may be yet to come Lucas has been planning for years to build a Cultural Arts Museum, celebrating CGI and other digital arts alongside the storytelling paintings he's collected over his career (Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish, et al.). He says the museum was...
Amazing collection of Maxfield Parrish artwork all over the walls. Rad surprise! (@ Beach Street Cafe) on
but the waltons need to keep their bunker in Arkansas at a constant temperature - there are those precious Maxfield Parrish "originals" that must remain for our posterity , right . ? so get out to that next transaction - go America go . !
Very Maxfield Parrish out there this morning...
Re: Maxfield Parrish - when the afternoon sun hits the Cornish/Plainfield, NH hills - one who has seen his works KNOWS he came across the river into VT to get that late afternoon glow.I see it, I love it.
At first light, the sun gilded the tops of the trees in my backyard -- a la Maxfield Parrish. I went to make coffee -- and could not find the filters, so I decided to move about early and go out and get coffee at the Wawa. I found that there was a gas pump free, so I put $20 in my tank to get to dancing tonight. Walked inside and got a 24 oz cup of their Dark roast -- not in the mood for Pumpkin Spice this morning. No corn muffins, so I found that they had their 2 for $3 breakfast sandwich special -- so picked up two. One for today and the other to be heated up in the toaster oven this morning. Had the bagel with pork roll and egg + cheese. Pork roll – like scrapple, it's really a Philly/NJ thing. We used to have it at home when I was a kid. I'll have to pick some up for easy suppers. It satisfies the meat lust without my eating a lot of protein. Higher in sodium, but I'd watch the rest of the meal. Got some real meat bargains at the Weis Market this past week. Two packages of Hatfield hot It ...
The clouds look like a Maxfield Parrish painting this morning, in Bellevue.
That moment when a customer at the liquor store decides to strike up a conversation about Maxfield Parrish, completely out of the blue.
This evening's Maxfield Parrish gold-lined clouds sink into vermillian. See you tomorrow.
It's a Maxfield Parrish kind of sky
Is maxfield parrish consisted tacky now? I still really like him.
A few iPhone photos from my latest pre-sunset stroll in Chestnut Hill. Those autumnal Maxfield Parrish colors are starting to emerge.
Thank you to Lori, Alex, and Ellen at Barnes & Noble, Bellingham, WA for rolling out the welcome mat yesterday at my book signing. Enjoyed meeting art lovers who shared their stories about Charlie Russell and Maxfield Parrish--a fun time!
It's international book week. the rules: grab the closest book to you, turn to page 52, post the 5th sentence as your status. copy the rules as part of your status. here's mine: Windsor, still a small community today, is much larger in population and has more facilities than either Plainfield or Cornish. From: Maxfield Parrish and the American Imagists, by Laurence S. Cutler, Judy Goffman Cutler, and the National Museum of American Illustration.
“Happiness is not a goal...it's a by-product of a life well lived.” . Eleanor Roosevelt. Maxfield Parrish -...
It's a Maxfield Parrish kind of night!!!
Thanks for all the birthday wishes! I was thinking last night about how once 45 seemed so very far away, and now I am 52- or will be in another 15 minutes or so… and it doesn’t seem that old at all. I still think the best is yet to come. Things are good. The projects I get to work on these days are interesting and diverse. I get to meet interesting people from all walks of life… hear their stories… my skills are getting stronger with each passing year. Getting older is what you make of it. I remember going to a Maxfield Parrish exhibit in Seattle with my parents many years ago- I was probably in my early 30′s and when I looked at the dates on the paintings I saw that he did some of his best work in his 60′s. I thought I want my skills to keep increasing so that with every decade I can see progress. Age doesn’t need to be about losing things- it can be about gaining. Fortunately also priorities shift. Stuff that seemed so important in one’s 20′s take a back seat to new priorities. Age and ...
Coming home from the flatlands under a Maxfield Parrish sunset and Spudbar spies a Siamese cat stalking across the lane down toward the creek.
2002: Maxfield Parrish paintings 4 Vanderbilt Whitney were stolen out of a gallery
Listening to George Lucas this morning... He began collecting art (especially illustrators who told stories in their work) at a young age; receiving ideas for Star Wars, etc. from Maxfield Parrish. He has a huge collection (plans for a museum) including Rockwell, Wyeth, etc. Lucas said, 'you can look at the world with cynicism or with idealism'...you choose. That about sums it up.
Clouds from earlier, while it drizzled lightly...
Love this, Wynken, Blynken and Nod, Maxfield Parrish...brings back happy childhood memories
Who is your fav artist? I was in the vets yesterday and seen a painting I loved. Cannot remember the name on bottom but I loved it. It was houses with snow covered gravel roads with a barn full of animals. I would like to start finding some nice pics. I love Thomas Kincaid This picture was a bit more life like however. Beautiful
Looking for ideas of fun things to do in Newport. Four adults, 2 teenage boys.
On the less-than-stellar "moving *** side of things, I have a lovely plum-colored (and sized!) bruise on my wrist from banging it into my extra desk. On the not-so-bad side, said desk actually fits in the back of my car! To the storage unit with it! (In the AM, though. Tired now.)
There's a lot to love about New Hampshire. We're betting that you have an idea or two. Why not turn your idea into a poster? This is the last week to submit your entry to our "Live Free and..." poster competition. Get all the deets at the link below. Who knows? You may be the next Maxfield Parrish!
Maxfield Parrish's home "The Oaks" Plainfield New Hampshire. I stayed at this house when I was young
I just love that time of day when the sky looks like a Maxfield Parrish painting... Happy Summer y'all!
It's like Maxfield Parrish did the from tonight.
Sunset last night and the full moon from earlier in the week...views from our dining room.
Maxfield Parrish (July 25, 1870 – March 30, 1966) was an American painter and illustrator active in the first half of the 20th century. He is known for his distinctive saturated hues and idealized neo-classical imagery.
I have always been a great fan of the late Maxfield Parrish and fascinated by his theories of color and painting. Basically using transparent washes on a white background and creating his colors by allowing the light to travel thru the washes and bounce back to the eye...depeneding on the primary colors of light rather than pigment. Lendon Noe Artwork & Design can correct me if I am muddling this up. Anyway, here is an interesting
I just bought two Elvis Costello CDs and a Maxfield Parrish pop-up book for only twelve bucks.I LOVE Amazon!
Sophia's Wisdom is returning to our Consciousness. The reflection of Life is found in the Woman ~ in the Lunar Principle ~ in Her Love. Artist ~ "The Magic Lantern" by Maxfield Parrish
Thanks yo Jayne Glick and David Schmitt for a cool NYC pit stop!
The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel meet for the very first time--but this adventure takes them to a place far beyond the world they know to places they never thought existed.
Another one of my favorites. Who remembers Maxfield Parrish?
The rosy-cheeked little girl with a cocker spaniel pulling at her bathing suit bottoms hit the scene for Coppertone suntan lotion in 1953. She was the creation of artist Joyce Ballantyne Brand, who died in 2006. Most of Brand's subjects, however, were a little older: she was one of the most successful American painters of pinup girls, and one of the only women in the industry during the art form's heyday in the 1930s and '40s. Brand studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and launched her career painting for advertisements and calendars with Brown and Bigelow, the same company that published early work by Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish. The chubby blonde toddler was modeled after Joyce's daughter Cheri, and has since been remembered in billboard advertisements, TV commercials and even a lookalike contest
By clicking on the link you can not only read the proposal for the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum at the Presidio but also see some of the pieces in George Lucas' collection that will be on display... Artists including Howard Pyle, Maxfield Parrish, and Norman Rockwell. I hope this proposal goes through because it sounds like it will be an amazing museum and at no cost to Presidio as Lucas is gifting it.
Maxfield Parrish skies above Philadelphia. Surreal and threatening.
Gayle Hedrington and I had a great time yesterday. We visited the Civil War exhibit at American Precision in Windsor, Vt., had a great lunch at Harpoon Brewery, and explored Cornish and Plainfield.
F-ing fantastic weekend so far. Just saying.
" Being an artist who has never really taken art classes, yet has taught them on the college level, I have often been asked who my artistic influences have been. My artistic influences no longer walk this plane, they may sail through it, but they no longer walk it. Michael Angelo, DaVinci, Rafael, Carravaggio, Botticelli, Millet, Waterhouse, Picasso, Van Gogh, Maxfield Parrish & Harlem artist Romare Bearden have all influenced my vision. But when I was a small child my Father returned home from what I believe was his first tour of Viet Nam and drew a portrait of my Mother on the side of a brown grocery bag, a paper sack, as I watched him do this, I was amazed. My most important artistic influence was and has always been my Father. RIP Leroy Roper Sr., you left us, only to be with us and you are here now and forever...thank you Daddy. " - leroy roper jr. 06.21.2013
Browsing though Maxfield Parrish paintings and the traditions of Japonisme (Western art inspired by Japan in the 1890s) that it came out of, I'm wondering. ...Are there any games that you would describe as having beautiful composition? Like a really good, delicate use of space, rather than trying to stuff things on screen? Journey, and Shadow of the Colossus, but I'm wondering if other genres have it as well.
No filter needed for this lovely Maxfield Parrish sky -hanging over Central Park.
Maxfield Parrish (1870 - 1966) was an American painter and illustrator. Born Frederick Maxfield Parrish in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he began drawing for his own amusement early in his life. He went on to pursue a career that was to last for many decades and effectively shape the Golden Age of Ill...
Lucas museum to house collection of 150 yrs of populist art, illustrations by Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish, comics, digital tech.
The announcement that George Lucas is scouting for a location for an art museum to include his vast collection from the Star Wars saga as well as his Maxfield Parrish, Norman Rockwell and other famed illustrators, made me think to post a great new image of C3P0:
Maxfield Parrish Rubaiyat large size published by by 1230GALLERY via $599
Maxfield Parrish, my absolute favorite illustrator/painter!
Would the Cultural Arts Museum be good for women and POC? Check out who Lucas name drops. Rockwell, N.C. Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish. All white.
News on George Lucas's new art museum
George Lucas wants to build art museum in SF's Presidio. Lucas, who says he at one time wanted to be an illustrator, said during an interview with CBS News he started collecting with comic book art, and then worked his way up. He reportedly now owns thousands of pieces of art, including pieces by Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish and N.C. Wyeth.
George Lucas wants to build an art museum in San Francisco: Maxfield Parrish, Norman Rockwell, and movie stuff. Yawn.
George Lucas bids to create SF museum featuring art of Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish, comics, kids books.
George Lucas Wants To Open A Personal Art Museum "I want to create a gathering place where children, parents, and grandparents can experience everything from the great illustrators such as Rockwell, N.C. Wyeth and Maxfield Parrish, to comic art and children’s book illustrations along with exhibitions of fashion, cinematic arts, and digital art. The Bay Area was the birthplace of digital arts three decades ago."
Carrie Fisher gets ready to star in another Star Wars movie, while George Lucas considers the exciting world of museum curating. Also after the jump:
Spiritual experiences are few and far in between... but I had an extraordinary one today. I arrived home this evening after a full day of errands, shopping and a meeting in Rochester. The sky had cleared and dusk gave way to a luscious cerulean blue sky. As I unloaded the car, I heard a sound like wild dogs barking right here in my neighborhood... like a stampede approaching. At first I was frightened, but as the sound grew close and drew my gaze up I saw wave after wave of pure white Snow Geese against that Maxfield Parrish sky... I felt absolutely chosen at that point in time... chosen.
I’m probably one of the few people who came to Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini having already heard his Conchita and I Cavalieri di Ekebu. As a result, I was pleasantly surprised, rather than appalled (as most of the audience seemed to be), to find that Zandonai could write competent, derivative background music. Based on his other operas, I’d never have dreamed he was that good! Indeed, I found endearing, his ability to assemble tags of Wagner, Mascagni, Puccini, Massenet and Verdi into a fairly homogeneous stew. He’d have been an ace composer of film scores for low-budget sci-fi and action pictures. Musically, the first act spends most of its time with the Rheingold Rhein Maidens, the second act with Siegmund and Brunnhilde, the third act with Thais with a detour into Tristan, and the fourth act with Otello and Tosca. Surprisingly, the bloody ending isn’t given a strong musical finale. Searching their memories to try to track the source of each borrowing gives the audience something to do while ...
His collection has a lot of Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish. Lots of pop culture pieces, too.
Among the noted alumni and faculty of PAFA, are Thomas Eakins, Frank Furness, Charles Wilson Peale, Rembrandt Peale, Cecelia Beaux, Mary Cassatt. Maxfield Parrish, and Henry O. Tanner.
And they had the nerve to call him "just" an illustrator Maxfield Parrish - Daybreak
I love looking out the window and seeing blue skies. What is your favorite shade of blue?
Photo: Pretty sure the artist is Maxfield Parrish; one of my faves.
I love the artwork of Maxfield Parrish.
Just have to say, this is a beautiful shot of my lovely wife. Looks like a Maxfield Parrish painting.
Who is my favorite artist not from Ludlow, you ask? I'm thinking Maxfield Parrish. Who???...you ask. His work was amazing, I say, check it out sometime. Maybe not as well known as Norman Rockwell, but his images are unforgettable!
Heading to Philadelphia! Anyone know of cool things to do in the city?
Maxfield Parrish, as said eloquently by Ann who blogs at Learning Curve on the Ecliptic: "It's inter
Maxfield Parrish, renowned artist, surprisingly, didn't have Pisces in any important place in his ch
"Moonlight" by Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) His first painting. Why is it pinned under Leo? See the
We have another full load coming in this week! :)
well folks, looks like I have a date with Cripin Hellion Glover on March 9th
Read the latest art reviews, art world news, and gallery & museum reviews from Boston Globe art critic, Sebastian Smee.
HELP!! Art lovers and art geeks, I need help. I have been racking my brain trying to remember an artist's name...he was probably a 19th century painter...and he has one painting of a woman on a swing. He usually painted lots of clouds that seemed to always have a wonderful golden glow around the edges. There is also a painting of his with women sun bathing or swimming. Does anyone remember this painter's name? I keep thinking Fletcher or Flemming but coming up empty.
Sharpies, playmats, and everyone watching. No pressure at all...
This is probably my absolute favorite painting. I grew up with Parrish posters in the house. His technique for capturing light has always fascinated me.
Midsummer Holiday Number August is a delightful Art Nouveau work; painted in oils by Philadelphia artist Maxfield Parrish in 1926 at the height
Squeezebox is killin' it this weekend! Saturday and Sunday hours AGAIN! Moderate temps outside, PLUS we're giving away two FREE tickets to Eric Johnson Mayne Stage. Get your name in the pot, winner announced on Monday. NEW STUFFS: Beautiful Books on Man Ray, Martha Graham, Cartoon etiquette book from 1931. Pulp Art coffee table book, Maxfield Parrish prints, and oh, so much more...
Today was a busy one. Barely got my packages ready to ship before I had to pick Gabby up from school. She is 4 and never ceases to amaze me. Yesterday she was looking at one of my antique needle work books eith loads of illustrations of very fancy lacework. she chose that to ;ook at over a shelf full of childrens books and had to show me all of the ptetty lace patterns. The next one she looked at was a huge coffee table book of Maxfield Parrish prints. she had to ask a lot of questions about them too. Her brain never seems to slow down which is fantastic, but exhausting to keep up with too when you have gotten up and started working at 5: 30 and it is late afternoon. Her mom's birthday is Monday and yesterday she picked out a present whe wanted to get her and today we went back to get it. She was so excited. Think I am going to call it a day. Hugs to all.
Think I will need to swing by Bentonville, Arkansas
This really makes me feel dreamy and happy!!! :)
Maxfield Parrish has been my favorite artist for many years...also, coolest name ever.
Ruth Gosejohan would this not have been perfect for my room when I was into those masks? OMG. cool.
Quick look outside, what a beautiful sunrise today!
Vintage Jell-O ads by Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish and others,
I went to the "Illustrating Modern Life" exhibit today. It was great! Free admission, free parking (park in the green zones on the curb on the weekend), uncrowded and GREAT paintings! Every painting a winner: no fluff. One Rockwell, 2 by Maxfield Parrish, 6 by Leyendecker, 1 John Held Jr., some by N.C. Wyeth, 2 by Howard Pyle, some Charles Gibson, Montgomery Flagg, Many others that I had not heard of, but JUST as good. PLUS: You can take all the photos that you like. If you are artistic and anywhere within driving distance of Malibu, I highly recommend it. It is in 3 rooms, so you can see it all in a short time, but once I saw them all, I just went back to the beginning again and again. I think everyone who was there was an artist, because they all lingered over each painting, they took pictures, they leaned in close and they stepped a few paces back. GO SEE THEM!
Maxfield Parrish Jigsaw Puzzle Sale Maxfield Parrish Jigsaw Puzzle Maxfield Parrish Jigsaw Puzzle - The Mill Pond, by Maxfield Parrish. The most popular American artist of his day, Maxfield Parrish (American, 1870û1966) began his paintings with minute attention to the appearance and behavior of real thingsùshadows, trees, mountains, cloudsùand added effects that came straight from his formidable imagination. He created hyperrealistic worlds that can be briefly entered and savored: you can almost smell the snow on his distant peaks, feel the pine duff underfoot in his forests, hear the chirps of high summer in his skies. Parrishs images graced advertisements for everything from lightbulbs to bicycles, and at one time a Parrish art print hung in one of every four American homes. As treasured today as they were in his lifetime, Maxfield Parrishs paintings remain among the most beloved works of any American artist. Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, our 1,000-piece interlocking jigsaw p ...
One more thing regarding Maxfield Parrish. He studied with the great artist and teacher, "Howard Pyle", who has been called the "Father of Illustration". A few of Parrish's fellow students were N.C. Wyeth (Andrew's father), Frank Schoonover, and Harvey Dunn. Back in those days, an illustrator had to be a very good fine artist; and Pyle was noted as not only being a great artist, but also a terrific teacher. When most of them would paint an illustration, it was usually huge and on canvas. Locally, I had the opportunity to see a N.C. Wyeth painting in an art collection. It knocked me out! It was created for reproduction, but it was also a great painting. NC's son, Andrew, went on to be an even more successful and famous artist than his Dad.
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Auction Alert! Hap Moore Antiques Auctions Auction of Estate Antiques Saturday January 12, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. 611 US Route 1 York, ME Previews Friday, January 11th, from 2:00 to 5:45 p.m. From 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. on the Day of Sale EARLIER FURNITURE: Stately 18th c. 101 in. burlwood tall case clock on bun feet with carved and gilded angel and Atlas ornaments above a fret-work bonnet, the dial marked Antony Janszen, Amsterdam, the clock removed from the owner’s home in working condition. 84 in. classical sofa on fancy brass feet, having various carved detail and brass inlaid figured mahogany paneling and brass rosettes. Tapered leg Federal mahogany card table with teardrop and string inlaid panels. Demilune tapered leg Federal card table from an old Baltimore family with floral, checkered and string inlay. 66 in. mahogany sideboard on spade feet with fluted body and leg detail. 18th c. coastal N.E. armchair with bulbous front stretcher and out-turning arms. Set three banister back side chairsfrom an old M ...
art deco limited edition mint at Bonanza.
Loved The Hobbit! Saw it in HFR 3d. Lovely. I don't get what people are complaining about. Does it look like traditional film? No. But it is luscious and gorgeous. Some say it looks like old NTSC video. WRONG. It looks REAL. That's what's throwing people. It's so immersive and real life it takes some getting used to. But when you do it's incredible. Does it need to be three films? No. But it explores all the minutae and details folks would have griped about if it were only one. Full story. Great characters. Thrilling effects. My geek is showing.
looks like a Maxfield Parrish painting...
Have you seen Maxfield Parrish's new version of The Hobbit? Cate Blanchett is just heavenly.
Poet Wm. Stafford asks, "What do you want to remember?"/Teresa Evangeline: A Maxfield Parrish Evening
of the Day: "Thank you for allowing me to use colors as rich and deep...
An illustrated biography of Maxfield Parrish. One of dozens of biographical pages for illustrators and artists.
I have never been to Bangkok (as of yet) but if there is color such as this along their canals I will put it at the top of my list...extraordinary.
The Hobbit in 48fps was an interesting experience. On the one hand, a clearer, brighter picture made for an enhanced 3D effect; on the other hand, a lot of times it looked like the film was playing in fast-motion, and some of the more kinetic shots became somewhat dizzying. But I never got the "soap-opera" feeling some have described - more a really, REALLY expensive stage production with huge, cavernous sets. And many of the CG creatures (trolls, Gollum, the Goblin King) had a bit more solidity to them. If you're a fan of these movies, the HFR format is something you should experience at least once, if only to see if you'd do it again. Me.I think I would, yeah.
There's a real Maxfield Parrish behind the bar, and this is the birthplace of the Bloody Mary. [pic]:
Aaannndd this years calender goes to Maxfield Parrish! Naturally, google gives me way better images than whats actually on this calender.
Two of my last photos of 2012. Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park. St. Iganatius Church with a bright moon as viewed from my living room. Happy New Year to all.
Just listed! The Arabian Nights with Maxfield Parrish illustrations - 1921 by EitherOrFinds via
OMG ! I thought I was channeling Maxfield Parrish for an ecstatic moment. He would have gone all blue and gooy over this! Nature the perfect original Goddess !
OMG Phthalo Blue is my least favorite colour. ever!
How's my star of Bethlehem? Backdrop for St. John's creche completed in between choir rehearsals.that's right...I went to art school...didn't I? So why am I a church organist for 44 years+?
Maxfield Parrish colors in the sky right now. Picture wouldn't even capture it so I'm not gonna bother.
A beautiful morning to watch the sun come up over Lancaster County, PA. I even saw a bald eagle! (no photo)
sunrise in Cheshire.a Maxfield Parrish sky!
Just got home from visiting family in Michigan. Ate a lot of crap and too many sweets but had a good time. Yule gift highlights: an amber brooch from Latvia 1940s and more fantastic jewelry from Henry; bacon press; special swing arm lamps for doing my papercutting; caramel turtle truffles; Art Nouveau socks…and much more! Also stumbled upon a 1/2 off book sale in Michigan and picked up a Maxfield Parrish book, and also The Fantastic Art of Vienna for cheap!
Image inspired by the work of Maxfield Parrish...? Me thinks ~ yes.
I love Maxfield Parrish. He has an amazing use of color in his work. His landscapes tell a story about the bea...
Frontispiece and title page of Knave of Hearts, illustrated by Maxfield Parrish.
1909 Maxfield Parrish painting, “The Pied Piper of Hamlin” is hung behind the bar at Maxfield’s. Worth the visit!
One of my favorite painters is Maxfield Parrish. I would love to tattoo something of his. It would be quite the challenge!
Reveries (Maxfield Parrish design) Lithophane Mantle Stand Antique Brass: Most of our Night Light designs are av...
Maxfield Parrish: The Masterworks: Now in its third edition, THE MASTERWORKS stands as the authoritative collect...
Note to self- Don't fight the beauty of a Maxfield Parrish sky.
Favorite time of the day, twilight, Maxfield Parrish blue sky, on my block on California St in DC
Added to Wish List: 'Maxfield Parrish: Painter of Magical Make-Believe' by Lois V. Harris via
It's equal parts Maxfield Parrish, The Dark Crystal & Ridley Scott throwing his hands up in the editing room.
Today's inspiration (when I'm not cooking) Gustav Klimt and Maxfield Parrish.
Who has been to the Delaware Art Museum lately?
Happy Thanksgiving! We're celebrating with Maxfield Parrish's "The Tramp’s Dinner (Thanksgiving)," 1905 cover for...
"where can I buy a maxfield parrish calendar in the twin cities area?"
Photoset: Michael Jackson reads books on Maxfield Parrish and Dutch ‘golden age’ painting with his sister La...
Decided. If I could paint, it would be 50% Thomas Kinkade, 35% Maxfield Parrish, and 15% Norman Rockwell.
Too beautiful not to be shared. By my profoundly gifted colleague and friend, Michael S. Williamson.
Despite the Deluge we have suffered in the Seattle area all day, for my night walk it was clear, cold and windy. the Moon was out and shining on the cumulus clouds, a lovely effect, a bit like walking through a Maxfield Parrish painting. planes headed into SEATAC shining on the clouds too. I love these little breaks in between the storms. Hope all is well where you are. Who knows, maybe the Mayans were right, you wonder when you look at the news. Enjoy the moment and be happy, trust the process.
Odd and interesting. Love the sorta Maxfield Parrish combined with Lawren Harris landscapes near the end.
These pics are from Saturday's Palace Hotel historic walking tour and lunch in the Garden Court to celebrate Sharon's birthday. I've already scoped out the French Parlour with stained glass windows overlooking the Garden Court as my next wedding venue should there be a need. Also, I finally connected the dots on Maxfield's Pied Piper Bar. The giant painting is an original Maxfield Parrish worth 2.5 million.
Before you open your mouth to tell me ONCE AGAIN how much better your 80's sci fi movies are compared to "that horrible faerie art crap", think of this Brian Froud, the premier faerie artist in the world, has also been the head of the art department for movies like Labyrinth, Mythic Journeys, and Dark Crystal, and even other films like Little Nemo and Peter Pan (2003). He is also a published author and artist, whose work is ranked with the likes of Maxfield Parrish, Winsor McKay and Arthur Rackham. So think twice before you diss "dumb faerie art" again.
My favorites at the exhibit ended up being portraits of two first ladies. The portrait of Hilary was reminiscent of a Maxfield Parrish painting. She was seated at a glass reflective table outside with the classical columns and blue skies behind her, doing paper work. And the portrait of Michelle Obama was the essence of Michelle: beauty and strong shoulders like every woman in the world wants. The most poignant was Nixon's helicopter leaving the White House for the last time, and the Marines rolling up the red carpet in the wake.
There were some lovely Maxfield Parrish clouds this evening. :)
Another beautiful mosaic brought to light by Carol Shelkin. Dream Garden is an enormous glass mosaic designed by artist Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), and executed by Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios, for the lobby of the Curtis Publishing Building in Philadelphia.
Do any of you dopes know what a Maxfield Parrish is? It's just the only place you ever want to be, if you've seen one! That's all!
Feel like I'm in a Maxfield Parrish. The sky is so beautiful! And I'm a maiden and wearing sheer fabric.
Total Maxfield Parrish sunset right now, Bay area. A little gaudy, but you still like it.
October sky and it's amazing beauty! Maxfield Parrish caught this beautiful lighting in his work.
2009 Chateau Ste Michelle w/ a tiny bit of Maxfield Parrish's 'Pied Piper' in the background.
"Puss in Boots" by Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) ... visit for art, posters and greeting cards
The current cover illustraion is a detail from Cobble Hill, by Maxfield Parrish (the Roger Dean of his day).
So. Who is this Maxfield Parrish? Sadly, he is one of those supposedly famous people that many today are not aware of. Yet, if a history of illustration were written, Parrish would probably be one ...
Maxfield Parrish (1870 – 1966) “The Dinky Bird” an illustration from Poems of Childhood by Eugene Field, 1904…
Strolling through time (like stepping into a Maxfield Parrish painting)
What began in NJ as a Maxfield Parrish painting... mist swirling & early Autumn colors dripping, ended at my NC door, my old & dear friend Ludwig Van having brought me there on his 9th Symphony... a Beautiful Day indeed! AND...Thank You, VA State Police for pulling the *** hat in the dark blue coup OFF the road! Hey, man...the rest of us are just trying to get home safely...
Kind of looks like a Maxfield Parrish painting. Happy Friday everyone.
Nice photo. It does look like Maxfield Parrish.
One of my favorite Maxfield Parrish paintings, "Ecstasy"
There are Maxfield Parrish clouds in the east tonight. And the cinema epic for this evening is "A Streetcar Named Desire," with Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando. Yes, indeed.
Look at these great gifts with the beautiful Maxfield Parrish painting
I want money. Lots of money. I want a house of my own and a sweet old muscle car from Fleming's and I want to do The Grand Tour and have a watch other than the cheapest Timex and be able to send my children and grandchildren presents and go visit them and get my hair done once in a blue moon and get my nails done and go to a movie and have a new bed because mine is like a bag of jello and operate a bed and breakfast and have nips and tucks and lifts and buy back my high-heeled over-the-knee boots with silver chains all up and down the sides that sounded like a tambourine on stage and send my clothes to the cleaners and have bass lessons and hand people $100.00 bills and run away and have a real stage and a hotspot and a Maxfield Parrish original and nice soft yarn instead of scratchy Red Heart yarn and a little swimming pool to splash around in and real fruit trees and have middle-distance glasses and nice makeup and Chanel No. 5 parfum in the little square bottle with the stopper and a real coin from the ...
Maxfield Parrish indigo sky and crisp night air, both harbingers of coming autumn and "les feuilles mortes".
I love Frank Frazetta > He was an early influence, with Roger Dean & Maxfield Parrish
"Be still and know that I am God." It's a little after 5:30 am and the sky is starting to brighten over the tree line - in that Maxfield Parrish kind of way - deep blue glowing above black. I find it so much easier to see the beauty of the created order In the morning. My mind is not already full and so my vision is less obscured. I will often sit by the Koi pond for prayers. If I tilt my head back there, I can see the sky through the leaves of the little trees that surround the garden's deck. If I look down I can see hungry fish waiting for me to toss a palm full of pond sticks in for them to nibble. If I look to the left I see the dark brown mulch beyond a natural arbor that has been formed of arcing flowering bushes - one on my right hand and one on my left. Within that frame, the dark mulch is punctuated by little silvery mushrooms that rise in the cool dawn but will shrivel as the day's heat comes along with the greater light. My rule of life includes daily exercise - a 2 mile walk. I think I go to t ...
Notable Birthdays for July 25 Those born on this date include: - Revolutionary War Gen. Henry Knox in 1750 - Artists Thomas Eakins in 1844 and Maxfield Parrish in 1870 - Actors Walter Brennan in 1894, Jack Gilford in 1908, Estelle Getty in 1923 and Barbara Harris in 1935 (age 77) - Folk singer/songwriter Steve Goodman in 1948 - Model/actor Iman Abdulmajid in 1955 (age 57)
Has anyone been to the Parrish Art Museum on Long Island? I thought the name indicated Maxfield Parrish, but it's someone completely different, although it apparently began as 19th-c. art. From Wikipedia: "the Museum now traces the evolution of American art from its roots in an emerging landscape tradition through the liberating influences of European modernism [!] and the development of the New York School to the stylistic diversity of contemporary art, focusing its exhibitions and acquisitions on American painting of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, with special attention to artists who have lived and worked on Long Island’s East End and their influence on the national and international art world. Once home to Jackson *** Willem de Kooning, and Roy Lichtenstein, among many others, today’s residents, full time or seasonal, include Chuck Close, Ross Bleckner, April Gornik, Eric Fischl, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, and Donald Sultan."
Hart Crane's father had Maxfield Parrish design a box of his chocolates:
Performed by Edna Michell and the Karlsruhe Ensemble Album: Compassion: A Tribute to Yehudi Menuhin (2001) Image: Maxfield Parrish, "Daybreak" (1922)
The sky looks like a Maxfield Parrish painting. Makes me homesick for the King Cole Bar at the St. Regis!
For those who have a passion for vintage art work and love all types of illumination, like I do. I love all Maxfield Parrish's art.
In February of 1971 I flew to Denver to visit friends who were going to school there, it was 70 degrees, students were sunbathing, I enjoyed the warmth, we walked down Colfax Avenue, there were lots of colorful characters, hippies and street musicians. I bought a frangipani scented candle in a shop that smelled of incense, there were Indian print spreads there and lots of Maxfield Parrish posters, I remember they were playing Ravi Shankar, it was the first time I'd heard him. We stopped at Tattered Cover Bookstore, we had to walk up stairs to get there, it was a small loft like space with lots of wood. I bought a book called "On the Road", by Jack Kerouac, it was a paperback with a yellow cover, it looked like something I'd enjoy, I also got "Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up To Me", the title was intriguing, and the author was related to Joan Baez, one of my favorites at the time. Back at the dorm, there was a girl listening to a new album by Melanie, she was singing along to, "I've got a pair of brand ...
Thomas Kinkade was the Maxfield Parrish of his era.
Yesterday I got to visit a friend in White Rock and we drove up to the Jemez Bath house to soak in that amazing hot mineral water. The colors in the sky driving back down were like that of a Maxfield Parrish painting. We drove past Bandelier which is a very special place to me. I am celebrating my time on this planet all week! Care to join me?
The publication of this new edition of "The Golden Age," the favourite amongst Mr. Kenneth Grahame's favoured books, with the illustrations by Mr. Maxfield Parrish reproduced in photogravure, was accomplished through the kindness of the various owners, who gave access to the originals in their ...
Gotta love my man Maxfield Parrish. (@ Pied Piper Bar & Grill) [pic]:
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