DescriptionMaxfield Parrish Autograph Letter Signed. One page, 8.5" x 11", on his personal letterhead, Windsor, Vermont, January 13, 1919, to a Mr. Rugg. In part: "As to a book plate, I do not make them: I tried it once or twice some time ago, but they were no good whatsoever. The posters for the Red Cross to which you refer were not reproduced..."
Condition: Smooth folds, and three small pin holes on the far-right edge of the paper.
More Information: Maxfield Parrish was one of the most successful artists of the early twentieth century, and his art was known for brilliant colors and androgynous figures executed in a neo-classical style.
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