SOLD! for $696.00.
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Coca-Cola archive including original watercolor art illustration on board by the artist George Ira Parrish, Jr. (Georgia, 1930 – 1992) titled "The Girl You Can't Forget" along with the final printed employee training brochure bearing the same title. The original illustration contains three comments written in pen that are incorporated in the final printed brochure. Original art measures – 18 1/2" H x 15 1/2" W. Also included is an artist rendering of six different watercolor Coca Cola vignettes with a color description at the bottom (12" H x 15" W) and a transfer paper charcoal drawing of two men by a coke machine (11 3/4" H x 9" W). Provenance: From the personal collection of George Parrish, Jr. Mr. Parrish worked as a commercial artist and illustrator and did commercial work for several major companies including Coca-Cola, Merita Bread and Samsonite. He also worked in oils, line drawing, watercolor, historical realism, caricature and print media. Parrish is best known for his historical works. Born in Georgia in 1930, he lived most of his life in Georgia and graduated from Georgia Southern College. Parrish studied with Norman Rockwell. (Source: Rochester Institute of Technology). Condition: Some wear to edges of board. Some staining to upper board margin and lower left margin. Brochure with some spotting but in overall very good condition retaining bright colors.