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This is a classic by Louise Saunders, talented wife of legendary editor Max Perkins, teamed with one of the most popular illustrators of all time to create this unforgettable fable. Known for his beautiful coloring and humorous touch, Maxfield Parrish's work is iconic — and The Knave of Hearts is his ultimate achievement.
Filled with 22 colorful images and lavishly finished with a full-color endpaper painting, this hardcover edition is a collector's classic to treasure. Maxfield Parrish enjoyed tremendous popularity throughout the early decades of the twentieth century. Bruce Watson, writing in Smithsonian magazine, deemed Parrish the "comman man's Rembrandt.
The artist's romantic, richly colored images of winsome maidens and faraway places continue to appeal to modern audiences.
Selected from hundreds of the artist's images for books, magazines, and calendars, this original collection spotlights Parrish's work from through the s. Illustrations include art from publications such as Century Magazine, Collier's, and Scribner's.
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Send me the New Acquisitions Newsletter It's free! The present work was painted by the artist to accompany the following poem titled, "The Little Peach" from the children's book, Poems of Childhood written by Eugene Field, published in The boy and girl depicted in this narrative are likely John and Mabel Churchill, the children of Parrish's closest friend and neighbor, American author Winston Churchill They are seated upon a cement wall that surrounded their home and garden, with a clearly breathtaking view in the distance.
The family's property, designed by famed architect Charles Platt, was christened "Harlakenden," after wife Mabel Churchill's maiden name.
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