(0800) The Eyes of the Europeans Glistened

The Eyes of the Europeans Glistened
FES Title:The eyes of the Europeans glistened
Alternate Titles:The Offering
[1962]; “The Eyes of the Europeans Glistened” from “Cortes the Conqueror” [1972]
Date: 05/18/1917
Size: 40″H x 34″W
Published: Watson, Virginia. With Cortes the Conqueror. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1917: facing 56.
caption: The eyes of the Europeans glistened

______. New York: The Hampton Publishing Company, 1917: facing 56.
caption: [same as above]

Inscription: ll: Frank E Schoonover
Exhibitions: 1962 FES; 1972 FES
Comments: index; edit
Commentary: In 1973, this painting was reported as missing by the owner to the Art Dealers Association of America, Inc. Requests for information have been published in Antique and the Arts Weekly, 11 February 2005: 40 and Maine Antique Digest June 2005: 31-B. No information has been forthcoming.
Provenance: The Chester Marron Collection, Christiana, Pennsylvania (1972 exhibition); not known
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