(0564) Bedside – Azalia, His Wife; Azalia, the Beloved, Was Dying

Bedside – Azalia, His Wife; Azalia, the Beloved, Was Dying
FES Title: Bedside – Azalia was dying
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Date: 04/20/1913
Size: 30″H x 30″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Carruthers, John D. “At the End of the Controversy.” American Magazine, March 1914: 39.
caption: Amid all this, Grant Noble held his peace. Azalia, his wife; Azalia, the beloved, was dying.
[none visible as published]
Comments: index; edit
scanned 5-14-2003

Commentary: This work was overpainted with #1016. (day books)
Provenance: See #1016
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