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Recent activity139234 of 180777Oil painting of Russian River by my house!  1950's or 60's from thrift store $4.50Grandma's Trivets. Are they worth anything?
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Posted 4 years ago


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These were found stored in a dresser drawer at my great grandmother's house along with the Maxfield Parrish print. They look similar but they are printed by Borins MFG Co. ~ R. Atkinson. I'm assuming they are in their original frames with the paper on the back still in contact. The frames measure about 19" x 14". They certainly do look like 'Parrish" style but any help you can offer in identifying these would be great. Thanks so much!

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  1. ilovehomer ilovehomer, 4 years ago
    Hello! These are very pretty. Not Parrish, but R. Atkinson Fox. The one on the left is titled "Dawn" and the other is "Spirit of Youth". Both are ca. 1920's. You can see them here listed under his enchanted ladies category. They vary in size and price on Ebay. Again, these are very nice.
  2. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 4 years ago
    olovehomer is correct, and they are very nice. Not faded or foxed, and the frames are great. I think they must have been in the drawer for a while! I'm glad they're out for viewing again. Just keep them out of direct light and they'll last for a long while. Enjoy!
  3. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 4 years ago
    Did you post the Parish, by the way? Always love looking at them!

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