He also artistically designed significant gardens, mostly in England and some in Scotland and the United States. Parsons and his contemporaries believed that an artist could design better gardens.
Parsons became President of the Society of Painters in Watercolours in 1905 and. among many other works, illustrated Ellen Willmott's The Genus Rosa. He was a keen gardener and for the last six years of his life took care of his roses at Luggershill, Broadway in Worcestershire.
Works by this artist…
Harvest Time( ref : 15902 )