(0958) Stand Here With Me and Call You Thief

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Stand Here With Me and Call You Thief
FES Title: Stand here with me and call you thief – coward – cheat;
Alternate Titles: The Come-back
[1979]
Date: 04/20/1920
Size: 31″H x 25″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: McGibney, Donald. “The Come-back.” The Ladies Home Journal, July 1920: 19.
caption: He Pulled at his Collar With a Choking Gurgle. Lies!!, All Lies!!, he Wheezed, Fighting for Air. ‘Don’t – Don’t Believe, All Lies.’
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / ’20
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 1979 Montrose
Comments: Trany Project 8/11/02; index edit
Cut to 31 x 25. Relined and restretched
Commentary:
Provenance: George Turak, Newark, Delaware (appraisal July 12, 1978); Montrose Galleries, Bethesda, Maryland [1979]; private collection
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