|In the Silence That Followed, They Were Startled by Hearing the Sound of a Man’s Low Sob
|FES Title:||In the silence that followed they were startled by hearing the sound of a man’s low sob.|
|Alternate Titles:||The Eavesdropper; A Shift of Fate
|Size:||25″H x 30″W|
|Published:|| McGibney, Donald H. “Shift of Fate.” The Ladies Home Journal, August 1920: 23.
caption: In the Silence That Followed They Were Startled by Hearing the Sound of a Man’s Low Sobs. They Came From the Doorway Where a Figure in a White Burnoose Crouched.
|Inscription:||ll: Frank E. Schoonover / ’20|
|Comments:|| TP 9/18/02; form 9/18/02; index; edit
|Provenance:||George Turak, Newark, Delaware (as of July 1978); Montrose Galleries, Bethesda, Maryland ; Nancy Risen, Glendale, California (as of February 1980); Weschler’s, Washington, District of Columbia (Spring 1986); Christie’s, New York (January 21, 1987, November 15, 1993) Schoonover Studios, Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware; private collection |