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The mechanic who loved to paint: The other side of Maxfield Parrish

by Alma Gilbert

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615804136, Paperback)

A new and revised second edition of Alma Gilbert’s fascinating description of the untold side of Maxfield Parrish’s mechanical abilities and of his love of machinery. This edition contains 56 illustrations now in full color, plus new images of the restoration of the 1933 DuPont Mural panels, whose discovery in the attic of the Parrish home was detailed in the original edition. The revised edition retains the transcription of the acclaimed oral interview with Parrish’s neighbor and lifelong friend Luther Kent, along with archival black and white illustrations of the historic interiors of the Parrish home, The Oaks, and the interiors of his famed machine shop. Soft cover. With 91 pages and 86 color and B & W illustrations.

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