I looked up Maxfield Parrish last night after seeing your comment. His work is pretty cool, very textured. I might have to see if any nearby museums have his stuff so I can see better images in person, because Wikimedia is great and all, but it's no substitute for real things. For example, Japanese block prints? Totally more fascinating and impressive in person.
Also, a little side story, it looks like he did some ads for General Electric's Mazda Lightbulbs. When Dala and I first met, I was renting a house with a garage. One day, for a reason I forget, we had to get into the rafters of the garage where we found six (I think it was six) worn boxes for Mazda Lightbulbs. That in itself was pretty cool, but opening them up, all the bulbs were intact and probably never used because the filaments weren't broken. I didn't take them, because all of that stuff belonged to the landlord, but that was probably one of the coolest things I ever stumbled upon, if only because you don't expect to find 60+ year old lightbulbs unused. Though looking back now, I kind of regret not asking if I could have bought just one . . .