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        <h1>Maxfield Parrish Tribute Page</h1>
        <img src="" class="img-responsive" alt="Photo of Maxfield Parrish" />
        <p>Maxfield Parrish was perhaps the most revered illustrator of the early 20th Century. 
           His works appeared in children's books, on magazine covers and in advertisements. 
           People displayed his art prints and calendars in their homes. Later on, he focused on painting large murals 
           such as <span>Old King Cole</span>, which graced the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. </p>

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            <div class="col-xs-4" id="leftPic"><img src="" class="img-responsive" alt="Hearst's magazine cover" /></div>
            <div class="col-xs-4" id="centerPic"><img src="" class="img-responsive" alt="Humpty-Dumpty" /></div>
            <div class="col-xs-4" id="rightPic"><img src="" class="img-responsive" alt="Lantern Bearers" /></div>

        <p>Born Frederick Parrish in 1870 in Philadelphia, he later took his grandmother's maiden name, Maxfield, for his professional name. 
           Although he was raised a Quaker, his parents encouraged his drawing and exposed him to art and architecture in Europe when he was a teenager.</p>

        <p>He studied architecture at Haverford College and art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. 
           After a year spent painting in his father's studio in Massachusetts, Parrish returned to Pennsylvania 
           to study at the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry.</p>

        <img src="" class="img-responsive" id="daybreak" alt="Daybreak" />
        <p class="caption"><span>Daybreak</span> is considered to be Maxfield Parrish's most famous painting.</p>

        <p>His career began with illustrations of covers for <span>Life</span>, <span>Hearst's</span>, <span>Collier's</span> and other major magazines 
		   of the day. The children's books he illustrated include <span>The Arabian Nights</span> and L. Frank Baum's <span>Mother Goose in Prose</span>. 
           His advertisements for companies such as Edison-Mazda Lamps, Jell-o and Oneida Cutlery depicted scenes of fantasy inspired by 
		   ancient Greece and fairy tales. 
        <p>Maxfield Parrish invented the CMYK system, creating a multitude of colors from just cyan, magenta, yellow and black. 
           His signature style came from building his scenes on geometric shapes; alternating oil glaze with varnish to produce a luminescent quality; 
           and the use of highly saturated colors such as the lapis lazuli shade that came to be known as Parrish blue.</p>

        <p>Parrish ultimately moved to Plainfield, New Hampshire, where the Cornish Art Community was located. 
           He produced his works from his home and studio there until he passed away at the age of 95 in 1966. 
           He influenced modern artistic movements and inspired artists such as Norman Rockwell and Vasarely.</p>

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                <h3>For more on Maxfield Parrish:</h3>
		    <div class="subSection col-xs-6" id="references">
               <div><a href="">Museum of American Illustration</a></div>
               <div><a href="">Journal of Antiques</a></div>
               <div><a href="">Art Passions</a></div>

        <p id="credits">Written, designed and coded by LisaWillCode <br />
                        as a project for <a href="" id="footerLink"></a>.</p>


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