(0980) He Turned on Them and Told Them to Sit

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He Turned on Them and Told Them to Sit
FES Title: Heading across 2 pages He turned on them & told them to sit & hold their tongues.
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Date: 08/25/1920
Size: 23″H x 40″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Maugham, W. Somerset. “Macintosh: A Story of the South Seas.” The Cosmopolitan, November 1920: 14-15.
caption: At last, Walker came in. The natives surrounded him as he entered, trying to get his immediate attention, but he turned on them roughly and threatened that if they were not quiet, he would have them all turned out and see none of them that day.
Inscription: ll: F.E.S. / 20
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Exhibitions:
Comments: TP 11/21/02 Form 11/21/02; index; edit
tearsheets #980, relined; restretched
Commentary:
Provenance: Collection of Donald and Linda Blow
Current Owner:
2016-11-14T10:37:11+00:00

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