Difference between pages "Andover Artist - Howard Ames Coon" and "Andover Artist - Ed Parker"

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Several of Howard Ames Coon's (1890-1997) watercolors hang in Memorial Hall Library, [http://www.mhl.org/art including Benjamin Abbot's Homestead Rose Cottage and Ballardvale]. Coon studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and painted both watercolors art oil.
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Ed Parker, a nationally recognized illustrator, primitive artist, and folk artist, was a 1964 graduate of Andover High School.  He later went to Massachusetts College of Art.
  
  
 
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*"Library Brushes Up Art Work", ''Townsman'', October 3, 1991.
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*''Andover Townsman'', December 12, 2002,  page 1 and page 19
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*"Merry Touchdown: Andover Artist Creates NFL Christmas Cards", ''Eagle Tribune'', November 17, 1996
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* "Sophisticated Primitive", ''Country Home'', December 1997, page 62.
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* [http://www.edparkerillustration.com/ Ed Parker Studio]
  
 
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Ed Parker, a nationally recognized illustrator, primitive artist, and folk artist, was a 1964 graduate of Andover High School. He later went to Massachusetts College of Art.


See

  • Andover Townsman, December 12, 2002, page 1 and page 19
  • "Merry Touchdown: Andover Artist Creates NFL Christmas Cards", Eagle Tribune, November 17, 1996
  • "Sophisticated Primitive", Country Home, December 1997, page 62.
  • Ed Parker Studio


--Eleanor 14:52, April 24, 2007 (EDT)

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