|“Forward! They Are Ours!”
|FES Title:||Across the bridge they clattered, then took at speed the long line of the causeway to Magny.|
|Alternate Titles:||“Go onwards, they are ours.” – Joan of Arc
|Size:||36″H x 27″W|
|Published:|| Madison, Lucy Foster. Joan of Arc. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1919: 326.
caption: ‘Forward! They Are Ours!’
______. Philadelphia: David McKay Company, c. 1918: facing 327.
Schoonover, F.E. “The Drama of Color.” The Federal Illustrator, Spring 1927: 4.
Your Future (And How You Can Realize It). Minneapolis, MN: Federal Schools, Incorporated, 1924: 9.
Schoonover, Frank E. “The Drama of Color.” In Commercial Design. Minneapolis, MN: Art Instruction, Inc., 1949: Chart 2.
Schoonover, Cortlandt. Frank Schoonover, Illustrator of the North American Frontier. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1976: 162.
Enchanted Images: American Children’s Illustration 1850-1925. Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1980: 66.
Smith, Louise Schoonover. “The Art of Frank E. Schoonover.” Illustration, July 2003: 38.
|Inscription:||lr: F.E. Schoonover / ’18|
|Exhibitions:||1967 WSFS; 1969 FES; 1975 Arizona; 1980 Enchanted Images (catalog); 1999 Biggs; 2001 FES|
|Comments:|| appraisal with #845; TP 8/28/01; form; index; edit
|Commentary:|| The reproduction of this image was commissioned by Tower Hill in August, 1984. One thousand copies were printed on #80 Dulcet Cover by four-color offset lithography at the Princeton Polychrome Press, Princeton, New Jersey. (archives)
Schoonover revisited this subject matter and composition in a pen and ink drawing, #892, for “The Broken Soldier and the Maid of France” by Henry van Dyke.
|Provenance:||Artist; Collection of Tower Hill School, Wilmington, Delaware |