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Maxfield Parrish's Work Gets a Home

by in Oct 2006
Maxfield Parrish’s Work Gets a Home
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Maxfield Parrish’s Daybreak recently sold for $7.6 million. That’s good news, because the seller’s grant of $300,000 will help purchase a permanent home for the Cornish Colony Museum, in Windsor, Vermont, home to the largest collection of Parrish’s work. The name of its current Parrish exhibition is, appropriately enough, Coming Home. Through October 29. 802-674-6008. cornishmuseum.com

Updated Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

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