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Maker(s):Parrish, Stephen
Culture:American (1846-1938)
Title:Winter Scene with Boats and Houses
Date Made:19th century
Type:Print
Materials:etching
Measurements:Plate: 12 in x 18 7/8 in; 30.5 cm x 47.9 cm; Image: 9 11/16 in x 16 7/8 in; 24.6 cm x 42.9 cm; Board: 17 1/8 in x 24 in; 43.5 cm x 61 cm
Accession Number:  AC 1982.110
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Label Text:
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Parrish decided to pursue a career as an artist in 1877, after a trip to Europe, rather than enter his father’s coal business. He became a student of Peter Moran, an established professional printmaker, in 1879. Within four years, he made eighty-six etchings, and in 1884, he published a catalogue of his prints. Parrish was a member of the New York Etching Society and the Philadelphia Society of Etchers, and continued to make etchings throughout the 1880s. The sketchy image at the lower left is a remarque and suggests the influence of French etchers. There were just thirty images pulled from the plate with the remarque, a sign of rarity. The Mead has additional etchings by Parrish depicting his summers spent in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Georgia Barnhill, 2014

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