(0746) I Went Over and Set My Foot on His Back

746
I Went Over and Set My Foot on His Back
FES Title: I went over and set my foot on his back
Alternate Titles: The Kingship of Melt Cheney
Date: 09/08/1916
Size: 27″H x 38″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Paine, Albert Bigelow. “The Kingship of Melt Cheney.” Collier’s Weekly, 14 October 1916: 7.
caption: “That broke up the show. The committee went down on its knees, face to the ground. I set my foot on Squire Boggs’s back”
Inscription: lm: F.E. Schoonover— ’16
Annotations: en verso on stretcher: “The Kingship of Melt Cheney” by Paine #746 Aug. 1916
Exhibitions:
Comments: TP 9/25/03; form 9/25/03; index;edit
Commentary:
Provenance: Artist; The Gift Horse, West Chester, Pennsylvania
[1968]; Anita Stein, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware (August 5, 1968); Stuart Kingston Galleries, Wilmington, Delaware; private collection [1987]
Current Owner:
2016-11-14T10:37:38+00:00

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