(0890) “Well, She Sacrificed Herself and She Saved France”

890
“Well, She Sacrificed Herself and She Saved France”
FES Title: “Well she sacrificed herself and she saved France. That was the great thing”
Alternate Titles: Petit Cafe Doremy
[1925]
Date: 08/23/1918
Size: 34″H x 24″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: van Dyke, Henry. “The Broken Soldier and the Maid of France.” Harper’s Magazine, December 1918: facing 8.
caption: They also were pilgrims drawn by the love of Jeanne d’Arc to Domremy

______. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1919: before 47.
caption: [same as above]

Inscription: lr: F.E. Schoonover / 8 ’08
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 1925 Washington
Comments: TP 5/9/02; index; edit
Commentary:
Provenance: Private collection
2016-11-14T10:37:26+00:00

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