|A Clean Shave
|FES Title:||A Clean Shave.|
|Alternate Titles:||“He worked with the air of a man who has come at last to some decision, turned to reach for the towel – and looked into the muzzle of his own gun, with his daughter’s resolute eyes behind it”
|Size:||21.75″H x 33″W|
|Published:|| Cook, Grace McGowen. “A Clean Shave.” The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, November 1912: 64.
caption: “He worked with the air of a man who has come at last to some decision, turned to reach for the towel – and looked into the muzzle of his own gun, with his daughter’s resolute eyes behind it”
Larson, Judy L. American Illustration, 1890-1925: Romance, Adventure & Suspense. Calgary, AB: Glenbow Museum, 1986: 157. [not pictured] (catalog)
|Inscription:||lr: Frank E. Schoonover / B. ’12|
|Exhibitions:||1986 Glenbow (catalog)|
|Comments:|| [no information en verso]
black and white relined with wax; [oil sketch for this is at Delaware Art Museum]; Glenbow #R624.3083
seen 8/03; form 8/21/03; index; edit
|Commentary:|| While the final version of this work is en grisaille, its watercolor sketch, #519s, was executed in color.
This illustration was published as a half-tone plate engraved by H. C. Merrill.
|Provenance:||Artist; Helen L. Card, Latendorf Bookshop, New York; The Devonian Foundation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (August 2, 1969); Collection of Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada |