|Name:||The Canyon, aka Easter|
|Size:||19 1/2″ x 15″|
|Project:||Cover for Life, March 29, 1923|
Parrish aptly named this picture The Canyon. It is also known as Easter. Original version published as a cover for Life, March 29, 1923; the altered version shown here published by House of Art, 1924.
|Name:||Cinderella, aka Enchantment|
Initial title: Cinderella. Originally painted for Hearst’s Magazine, instead used as a cover for Harper’s Bazaar, March 1914. Later retitled Enchantment for the 1926 General Electric Mazda Lamp Calendar.
|Size:||25″ x 17 1/2″|
|Model:||Lydia Austin (later Mrs. Parrish)|
|Purpose:||Scribner’s magazine cover competition|
A girl in a flowing toga-like garb sits holding a lap full of grapes and other fruit. Behind her trees frame a round setting sun.
Parrish painted October and submitted it to a competition held by Scribner’s for their May and August 1898 covers. Parrish was one of about 20 artists asked to compete. Finally published on the cover of Scribner’s Magazine, October 1900.