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 Henry Landon Parkhurst  (1867 - 1921)

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Lived/Active: Illinois/New York      Known for: painting, teaching, design

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A painter, designer and architect, Henry Landon Parkhurst was also instructor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Cooper Union and the New York School of Applied Design for Women.  As a painter, he was active in the New York Sketch Club.

Parkhurst was born in Oswego, New York and studied at the New York Academy of Fine Arts.

For the Union Congregational Church in Worcester, Massachusetts, Parkhurst designed in 1896 a seven-foot tall stained glass window, Angel of Praise.  It was described in The New York Times as "a wonderfully crafted, opalescent Victorian vision in pinks, mauves and turquoises of a full-length female angel in flowing robes" (Glueck).  After removal from the demolished Congregational Church, it was installed at the Pakachoag Church in Auburn, Massachusetts.  Considered an outstanding example of narrative art, the window was 'rescued' by the nonprofit Census of Stained Glass Windows in America.


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Grace Glueck, "Art Review, Visions in Glass: America's Angels", The New York Times, December 25, 1998
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C05E3D81E3CF936A15751C1A96E958260

http://www.archinform.net/arch/73810.htm?ID=aa09816b6d08d86002e224fe75903100



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