(0688) The Bullet Went Smashing Through the Violin Case

The Bullet Went Smashing Through the Violin Case
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Date: 08/03/1915
Size: 24.75″H x 37″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Hall, Wilbur. “The Fiddler of Glory Hole.” Collier’s Weekly, 4 December 1915: 8.
caption: The bullet from Fountain’s gun went smashing through the violin case and into the fiddler’s shoulder. Dora screamed and slid to the floor
Inscription: ul: F.E. Schoonover / ’15
Annotations: en verso on typed card on lower stretcher: The Fiddler of Glory Hole / F.E. Schoonover / Dec. 4, 1915
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Provenance: Private collection
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