Alma Gilbert has been dealing in Maxfield Parrish originals since 1974 and was founder and director of the Maxfield Parrish Museum for eight years. As collector, dealer, and curator, Gilbert has seen most of the original Parrish works pass through her hands, and has owned many, if only briefly. She lives on Parrish’s Plainfield, New Hampshire, estate, The Oaks, where she can study the surroundings that inspired him. Ms. Gilbert currently runs the Cornish Colony Gallery and Museum, a nonprofit foundation that features extensive yearly exhibits of Parrish and other major local artists.
Hardcover | 248 pages | Ten Speed Press | Art - Individual Artist; Art - Painting; Art - History - American
August 23, 2001 | $104.00
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Luminous landscapes. Stunning scenery. Courageous colors. All this and more describes the amazing body of work by one of America’s most popular artists, Maxfield Parrish. Now in its third edition with updated pricing, ownership, and trends, The Masterworks stands as the authoritative collection of Parrish’s best works. Compiled by longtime Parrish...