(0722) And So the Treasure Was Buried

722
And So the Treasure Was Buried
FES Title: And so the Treasure was Buried
Alternate Titles:
Date: 04/27/1916
Size: 33″H x 22″W
Medium: oil-on-Best
Type: illustration
Published: created for but not published in:
Harper’s Magazine
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / 1915 .B.
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 2007 Whaling Museum; 2009 North Carolina Museum of History
Comments: TP 8/7/02; form 8/7/02; index; edit
relined
Commentary: The day book entry for #722 gives a description similar to the one that Schoonover used for #691. It is possible that they are the same painting.
Provenance: Artist: Helen L. Card, Latendorf Bookshop, New York (as of December 6, 1962); Mrs. Harold S. Schutt, Jr., Wilmington, Delaware; Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. Gift of Mrs. Harold S. Schutt, Jr. (August 29, 2006)
Current Owner:
2016-11-14T10:37:33+00:00

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