Interior view of the house of Sheldon Parsons, Santa Fe, 1932
- Interior view of the house of Sheldon Parsons, Santa Fe, 1932
- Connell, Will, 1898-1961
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- Connell (Will) Papers
Sheldon Parsons studied at the National Academy of Design and was a successful portrait artist in New York City from 1896 to 1912. He moved to Santa Fe around 1912, became a founding member of the Santa Fe colony of artists and changed from portrait painting to landscape painting.
View of a room in the Sheldon Parsons Residence and art studio, located at 3 & 5 Cerro Gordo Road in Santa Fe, with a rustic bent branch rocking chair, an Indian throw rug, 2 paintings on the walls and potted plants on the window sill.
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- b&w acetate negative
Pueblo revival (Architecture)--New Mexico--Santa Fe
Artist colonies--New Mexico--Santa Fe
Dwellings--New Mexico--Santa Fe
- Sheldon Parsons Residence (Santa Fe, N.M.)
- New Mexico--Santa Fe
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- still image
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