(0945) As Louise Approached the Door of Her Tent

As Louise Approached the Door of Her Tent
FES Title: As Louise approached the door of her tent a figure threw himself at her feet + passionately kissed the hem of her skirt.
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Date: 02/21/1920
Size: 25″H x 30″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: McGibney, Donald H. “The White Angel.” The Ladies Home Journal, June 1920: 22.
caption: As Louise Approached the Door of Her Tent a Figure Threw Himself at Her Feet and Kissed the Hem of Her Skirt, Purling Soft Arabic Love Words
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / 1920
Comments: kelly scan 5-14-03; index; edit
Commentary: The models for this painting were Martha (the artist’s wife), Miss Rhett, Miss Giles and John Weller.
Provenance: Not known
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