(0940) No Human Being Showed Up in the Flickering Light

No Human Being Showed Up in the Flickering Light
FES Title: no human being showed up in the flickering light
Alternate Titles: Standin’ in the Doorway Was the Blackest Black Dog You Ever Seen
Date: 01/20/1920
Size: 31.125″H x 24.25″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Lemly, Rowan P. “Pagari.” The Ladies Home Journal, April 1920: 24.
caption: “Standin’ in the Outer Doorway Was the Blackest Black Dog You Ever Seen”

Brandywine River Museum. Frank E. Schoonover, Illustrator. Chadds Ford, PA: Brandywine River Museum, 1979: 53. [not pictured]

Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / ’20
Annotations: en verso on stretcher: Pagari April p. 24
en verso on label on stretcher: From / FE SCHOONOVER / 1616 RODNEY STREET / WILMINGTON, DEL
Exhibitions: 1979 FES (catalog)
Comments: TP 9/25/03; Form ; index; edit
Provenance: Artist; The Gift Horse, West Chester, Pennsylvania [1968]; Robert Horvath, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (September 24, 1968); Sordoni Family Collection, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (1979 exhibition); James Kilvington, Dover, Delaware (December 2006)

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