Exterior view of the house of Sheldon Parsons, Santa Fe, 1932
- Exterior 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 the west facade of the house and studio of painter Sheldon Parsons, a narrow porch beneath projecting wooden roof beams (vigas).
- 1 photographic negative
- b&w acetate negative
Pueblo revival (Architecture)--New Mexico--Santa Fe
Dwellings--New Mexico--Santa Fe
Artist colonies--New Mexico--Santa Fe
- Sheldon Parsons Residence (Santa Fe, N.M.)
- New Mexico--Santa Fe
- Resource Type
- still image
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