Maxfield Parrish’s headstone.
Grave of Sue Lewin, just a “stone’s throw” away from Parrish’s grave.
The triple archway and reflecting pool found in so many Parrish paintings.
Archway in the gardens, embedded with wine bottles, since removed.
This panel is as found — all original paint. The deep green was the key color throughout his studio. The round motif, its deep blue and colorful ring, were found all over. My film footage shows this green everywhere — it seemed to be his favorite color.
The Dinky Bird, by Maxfield Parrish, an illustration from Poems of Childhood by Eugene Field, 1904.