On Technique: Maxfield Parrish

by Matthew Innis |

During his career, Maxfield Parrish worked in a variety of ways to create his illustrations, and I tried many of them in my pursuit of technical knowledge.  Several times in my attempts to follow him I found myself in art supply stores asking employees to search through drawers they didn’t know they had, to find materials they didn’t know existed.  And when I encountered substances no one in the art sphere seemed to know . . .

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