(0463) Thorn and the Boy – Companions

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Thorn and the Boy – Companions
FES Title: Thorn and “The Boy”
Alternate Titles: A Boy & His Dog; Steve and Thorn
Date: 10/16/1911
Size: 11″H x 9″W
Medium: watercolor-on-ill-brd
Type: illustration
Published: Crissey, Forrest. “The Tower of Revolt.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, February 1912: 348.
caption: They were innocent of the fresh glory that had descended upon the House of Higby
Inscription: ml: S – / ’11
Annotations: en verso on artist’s label: owner – Frank E Schoonover. / 1616 Rodney Street / Wilmington, Delaware. / Art of – Frank E. Schoonover. / Title – Companions / price $ [piece missing] / This picture was reproduced in the / February issue of Harper’s Magazine 1914 –
Exhibitions: 1967 Gift Horse; 1987 Greenville
Comments: Windsor and Newton’s Illustration Board; index edit
Commentary:
Provenance: Artist; The Gift Horse, West Chester, Pennsylvania [1967]; Thomas Spackman, Jr., West Chester, Pennsylvania; The Gallery at Greenville, Greenville, Delaware [1987]; Hardcastle Gallery, Centerville, Delaware [2005]; private collection
Current Owner:
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