|“Listen, Mike! There’s Nobody Here”
|FES Title:||Listen, Mike! There’s nobody here.|
|Size:||34″H x 30″W|
|Published:|| Lewis, O. F. “Man to Man.” The Ladies Home Journal, January 1920: 14.
caption: ‘Listen, Mike! There’s Nobody Here. Go Down in the Street, Opposite the Bedroom Window. Whistle Twice if Anything Breaks.’
|Comments:|| slide; index; edit
relined, original stretcher
|Commentary:|| Schoonover had two day book entries for this work, the first in July when he completed the other paintings for this story, and the second in October when he ultimately finished it.
|Provenance:||Phillips, New York (June 6, 1981); not known|