Jules Verbaux
FES Title: Part III of Jules
Alternate Titles: Jules Verbeaux
Date: 05/20/1905
Size: 30″H x 20″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: Mott, Lawrence. “Only Jules Verbaux.” The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, August 1905: 590.
caption: “Suddenly, without a sound of any kind, a figure stood before them”

Pyle, Howard, N. C. Wyeth, John Edward Dell, and Walt Reed. Visions of Adventure: N.C. Wyeth and the Brandywine Artists. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000: 82-83.
caption: “When suddenly without a sound of any kind a figure stood before them”

Inscription: ll: Schoonover / ’05
Exhibitions: 1984 BRM
Comments: scanned at Kelly Collection 5/14/03; slide; index; edit NT 4×5
Commentary: This painting is an excellent example of the “worm’s eye view” taught by Howard Pyle and employed by Schoonover in many dramatic compositions.


Provenance: Harry Lockwood, Cincinnati, Ohio; Jack Dell; National Museum of American Illustration, Newport, Rhode Island
Current Owner: