|The Old Man Sat and Talked With Me for Hours |
|FES Title:||The old man sat and talked with me for hours|
|Size:||34″H x 25″W|
|Published:|| Burroughs, Edgar Rice. A Princess of Mars. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1917: 224.|
caption: The old man sat and talked with me for hours.
______. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1917: facing 226.
[same as above]
Burroughs, Edgar Rice. A Princes of Mars and A Fighting Man of Mars. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1964: facing 112.
Cochran, Russ. Edgar Rice Burroughs Library of Illustration, Vol. 1. West Plains, MO: Russ Cochran, 1976: 105.
Burroughs, Edgar Rice. A Princess of Mars. Utah: Quiet Vision Publishing, 2001.
______. New York: The Modern Library, 2003: 138.
|Inscription:||lr: F.E. Schoonover /’17|
|Annotations:|| en verso on label upper stretcher: For “The Princess of Mars / caption: “- / The Old Man sat and talked with me (John Carter) for hours. / Canvas 25×34 Best English Linen. S.P. / Painted at Bushkill Pa. August 1917 / number 815|
en verso on label on lower frame: Eddie Rutkowsky
|Comments:|| original stretcher (as of 6/06)|
TP – Texas 6/01/06; form 6/06; index; edit;
Eddie Rutkowsky frame
page number and caption for first citation come from:
A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs, edited by Henry Hardy Heins. Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, 1964: 110.
|Provenance:||Sold by artist to private collection; descended in family to private collection|