Parrish Screen Saver
||(Win95/98/NT/Mac) (Retail Packaging) (MPARRISHDR)
Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) was the most popular
American Painter of the twentieth century. "Popular" in its most populist
sense: there was a time when one of every four American households had a
Parrish reproduction framed on the wall. His work appeared in Collier's for
decades, in the other big mass-market magazines-Scribner's, The Ladies Home
Journal, Hearst's and Harper's- in advertisements for light bulbs, bicycles,
and Jell-O, and in a number of books, including Edith Wharton's Italian Villas
and Their Gardens (1904). With their shapely sylphs, riotous flora,
extraordinary light, and wildly dramatic settings, Parrish's neoclassical
fantasies are still among the American artworks we love the best.
This software is easy to install on Mac- or PC-based
systems, our screen savers can be set up to cycle continuously, changing images
at any interval the user selects, or used as wallpaper. (That is: one image
comes on at startup and stays put until a different one is selected.) Image
sets can be customized so that the user need only see favorites. Detailed
information (media, dimensions, date, etc.) for each image, and a concise
biography of the artist, may be had at the click of a mouse.
List of Images:
Stars, 1926, Riverbank Autumn 1938, Enchantment 1913,
Ecstasy 1929, Dream Days 1900-1901, Hilltop 1926, The Lantern Bearers 1908, The
Reservoir at Villa Falconieri, Frascati 1903, Garden of Allah 1918, Griselda
1910, The Enchanted Prince 1934, Interlude 1922, Aquamarine 1917, Puss in Boots
1914, June Skies 1940, Sunrise 1931, Sleeping Beauty 1912, Knave of Hearts:
Lady Violetta About to Make Tarts 1921, Jack the Giant Killer 1909, Gateway of
the Botanic Garden, Padua 1904, Spring 1936, The Knave Watching Lady Violetta
Depart 1924, Reveries 1913, The River of Ascutney 1942, A Florentine Fete
1911-1913, Daybreak 1922, Morning 1922.
Continuously cycling screen saver
All images can be used as Desktop Wallpaper
27 high-resolution images
Customize your image sets
Easy to install and use
Win95/98/NT: 486 or higher, 256 color display
minimum, 16 MB RAM, 8 MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive.
Macintosh: Power PC or 68030 processor or higher,
System 7.5.3 or higher, 256 color display, 16 MB RAM, 8 MB hard drive space,
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