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 Phillip Brown Parsons  (1895 - 1977)

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Lived/Active: Illinois      Known for: landscape, genre-sporting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Philip Brown Parsons was born in West Medford, Massachusetts in 1896. He attended the Boston School of Painting and the Child-Walker School of Art in Boston, and studied with Howard Smith and William Harnded Foster, both former pupils of Howard Pyle.

Parsons did innumerable covers and illustrations for 4-H Horizons, National Sportsman, Hunting and Fishing, Outdoors and other sportsman publications. He did several covers for Youth's Companion including their very last cover. He illustrated numerous books and magazines including Yankee and the cover of the 1972 L. L. Bean Catalog. Parsons' other work includes calendars for Remington Guns, jigsaw puzzle pictures, Colt Firearms booklet cover, textbook illustrations for Houghlin-Mifflin and Little Brown, drawings for The Boston Evening Transcript, illustrations for Parker Brothers games, and note cards for Colonial Williamsburg.

Parsons had many one-man shows, including two at Doll & Richards and was a Past President of the Lexington (Massachusetts) Arts and Crafts Society. He was a long time art instructor. He was a member of the Boston Water Color Society and the Concord (Massachusetts) Art Association. His work is represented in many private and public art collections.

Charles Vogel

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