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Maxfield Parrish "Conversation with Frog" 1925
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Product ID: 35375

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Please Note, Options for Framing:  Picture No. 1 shows the entire page with text, Picture No.r 2 shows the print only without the text.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement for the whole page including text, the small print itself measures 10 3/4" x 5," and can be matted with text (full page) or without text (partial page), light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.



Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement for the whole page including text, the small print itself measures 10 3/4" x 5," and can be matted with text (full page) or without text (partial page), light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $65.00
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Maxfield Parrish "Lady Violetta" 1925
Product ID: 35367

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $125.00
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Maxfield Parrish "Pastry Cooks" 1925
Product ID: 35371

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning, lower right margin slightly scuffed will mat out otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $125.00
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Maxfield Parrish "Six Little Boys" 1925
Product ID: 35376

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $125.00
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Maxfield Parrish "Tasting the Tarts" 1925
Product ID: 35382

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning, slight waviness lower right margin will mat out otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $125.00
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Maxfield Parrish "The Characters" 1925
Product ID: 35369

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $85.00
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Maxfield Parrish "The End" 1925
Product ID: 35384

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement, light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $95.00
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Maxfield Parrish "The Fool" 1925
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Product ID: 35381

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From The Knave of Hearts by Louise Saunders, author, Maxfield Parrish, illustrator.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) set new standards as one of the premier artists in the “Golden Age” of book illustration.  He had considerable success as illustrator of the leading magaizines of the era (1910-1920) such as Hearts’s, Colliers and Life, and contributed commercial art to companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Fisk Tires, Colgate and Oneida Cutlery.

The "Knave of Hearts" was first published in 1925 by Scribners and Sons, New York.  Considered by many to be Parrish’s finest work as a book illustrator, it was issued in a deluxe edition in folio size and was noted for the high quality of the printing, binding and presentation, which included a custom storage box .  Concurrent with the Scribners edition, it was produced in the more common soft-cover and spiral-bound edition by the Artists and Writers Guild., Racine, Wisconsin.

Please Note, Options for Framing:  Picture No. 1 shows the entire page with text, Picture No.r 2 shows the print only without the text.

Small Folio, 11" x 12 1/2" overall measurement for the whole page including text, the small print itself measures 10 3/4" x 5," and can be matted with text (full page) or without text (partial page), light paper toning otherwise excellent condition, Artists and Writiers Guild, Racine, Wisconsin, 1925. *Please Note* This image is digitally watermarked, but the electronic watermark does not appear on the actual print.

Guaranteed authentic original antique print. Certificate of authenticity available at no extra charge upon request.


Price: $65.00
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