A fine pair of sporting drawings by American artist Phillip Brown Parsons (1895-1977). Parsons was born in West Medford, Massachusetts, attended the Boston School of Painting and the Child-Walker School of Art in Boston, studying with Howard Smith and William Frederick Foster. He went on to become an well known sporting illustrator, doing covers for Youth’s Companion, 4-H Horizons, National Sportsman, Hunting and Fishing, Outdoors, Yankee, and many others. He also did calendars for Remington, illustrations for Parker Bros games, and text book illustrations. These two drawings feature hunters with their setters shooting pheasant and other game. Pen, ink & gouache on paper, each signed lower left, double matted and framed under glass in a simple ebonized frame. Dimensions: 8 ¾” H x 12” W, sight; 14 ¼” H x 17 ½” W, framed.
Pair of Phillip Brown Parsons Pen, Ink, & Gouache Sporting Drawings
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