Friday, September 15, 2006

Moon Lights



The Lantern Bearers by Maxfield Parrish, Dartmouth College Libraries

Primarily a book illustrator Parrish's work has become very popular in recent years owing to its beautiful and colorful narrative scenes. This work was an illustration for Eugene Field's Poems of Childhood.

4 comments:

croqui said...

nice blog!
;-)

dottcomments said...

I really love Maxfield Parrish.

Thanks for this wonderful blog.

chris said...

nice blog. did you know that Maxfield parrish alledgely had an affair with his (much) younger girl model?

Boggart said...

The moon must laugh at us.
Looking down, a warm orange globe
floating past our fragilities, anger,
our intransigent misconceptions.
Twenty-four hours later, we are
as we were, this month, this year
and last, our cyclical history
silhouetted in the lunar glow.
Pierrot fills the canvas, holding
the harvest moon high and low.
There are no shadows left.
We stand exposed.

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