(0491) Indian and Fish Net

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Indian and Fish Net
FES Title: Indian and Fish Net
Alternate Titles: The Lone Fisherman (1913, 1914); Fishing in the Shadow of the Pines
[1931]; Fishing at Twilight [1962]
Date: 03/20/1912
Size: 23″H x 6″W
Medium: charcoal and watercolor on illustration board
Type: illustration
Published: Schoonover, Frank E. “The Fur Harvesters.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, October 1912: 661.
caption: Fishing at Twilight in the Shadow of the Pines
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover
Annotations: en verso on label on backing paper: “Fishing at twilight in the / shadow of the Pines” / An illustration for an article / written by Frank E. Schoonover / and published in Harpers / Magazine for October 1912
Exhibitions: 1913 PAFA; 1914 WSFA; 1931 FES; 1962 FES
Comments: DAM 6/24/04; digital 7-29-06; form; index; edit
Commentary: See #473 for commentary.
Provenance: Sold by artist to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flint, Wilmington, Delaware (November 1962); descended in the family to private collection
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