(0983) And There – Sinister in the Light – Was a Long Knife

And There – Sinister in the Light – Was a Long Knife
FES Title: and there sinister in the light – was a long knife-
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Date: 08/30/1920
Size: 34″H x 23″W
Medium: oil-on-Smooth-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Maugham, W. Somerset. “Macintosh: A Story of the South Seas.” The Cosmopolitan, November 1920: 16.
caption: Suddenly the boy gave a guttural cry. They turned to look. There, sinister in the light that cut the surrounding darkness, was a long knife sticking into the trunk of a coconut tree.
Inscription: lr: FES / ’20
Comments: tear sheet with #980; index; edit
Provenance: Not known
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