(0855) But It Was the Huddled Shape Beside Me

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But It Was the Huddled Shape Beside Me
FES Title: But it was the huddled shape beside me on the raft that I breathlessly watched appear.
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Date: 04/29/1918
Size: 36″H x 24″W
Medium: oil-single-best-smooth
Type: illustration
Published: Post, Melville Davisson. “Against the Sky of the Theater.” The Ladies Home Journal, August 1918: 11.
caption: But it was the huddled shape beside me on the raft that I breathlessly watched appear.
Inscription: lr: F.E. Schoonover / ’08
Annotations: en verso on label on stretcher: Illustration No. 865 / Dated April, 1918 / Made for the Home Journal Curtis Publishing Co. and reproduced in August 1918 issue / Size 24×36 Canvas B.E. linen – smooth / Painted in the Rodney Street Studio 1616 Rodney by Frank Schoonover / signed Frank E. Schoonover
Exhibitions:
Comments: relined – original stretchers; TP; edit; index
Commentary:
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. William Mears, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania; Collection of Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Walker Young
[2006]
Current Owner:
2016-11-14T10:37:22+00:00

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