"The Rawhide Part III" Lot no. 4132
By Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966)
16.00" x 12.125"
Oil on Paper Mounted on Board
Signed Lower Right, Signed Again and Dated August of 1904 on Reverse
The Rawhide Part III, 'He swung himself into the saddle and rode away.'
signed with initials M·P (lower right); also signed again Maxfield Parrish, dated August of 1904. and inscribed “The Oaks”/Windsor: Vermont. (on the reverse); also inscribed “Rawhide”. Part III. last paragraph./”Then he swung himself into the saddle and rode away straight down/the narrow arroyo, out beyond its lower wi*ing, into the vast/plain the hither side of the Chiracahuas…Then/suddenly he was gone. The desert had swallowed him up.” (on an original label affixed to the stretcher)
Stewart Edward White, "The Rawhide," McClure's Magazine, January 1905, illustrated as a frontispiece
Coy Ludwig, Maxfield Parrish, New York, 1973, no. 387, p. 210
New York, Gallery of Modern Art, 1964
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