Do you have a Parrish original for sale, or would you like to acquire one? This is now the primary service offered by Alma Gilbert. She also consults, identifies, authenticates originals, and coordinates museum and gallery exhibits of Parrish artworks.
Alma Gilbert-Smith is considered this country’s premiere authority and consultant on the works of American artist Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) as well as for other American artists of the nineteenth and twentieth century which populated the famous Cornish Art Colony in the Connecticut River Valley towns of Cornish and Plainfield, New Hampshire.
Her art career extends across the country. She has worked from coast to coast setting up Parrish exhibits over a period of 40 years as a dealer, writer, broker and consultant. She has founded two museums which have exhibited most of Parrish’s major works. Her archives on that artist are extensive and informative. She has set up exhibits of his works in several museums around the country and has also assisted with exhibits of his work overseas.
A commemorative room honoring her legacy was dedicated by the State of New Hampshire at the Concord State Library in August 2012. Mrs. Gilbert-Smith founded and maintained for many years a museum displaying the works of Maxfield Parrish as well as the works of other prominent artists of the prestigious Cornish (NH) Art Colony.
Among her major clients are: the City of Philadelphia, most of the large auction houses of the country, museums and important clients in the fields of finance, computer technology, politics, investment and entertainment.
- Power Point presentation: Maxfield Parrish
- Power Point presentation: Artists of the Cornish Colony
- Power Point presentation: The Women Artists of the Cornish Colony