They Rushed Up Into the Moonlight
FES Title: They rushed up into the moonlight, four of them now
Alternate Titles: Rush into the Moonlight
[1965]; “They Rushed Up Into the Moonlight” from “Privateers of ’76” [1972]; Privateers of ’76 [1979]
Date: 07/10/1923
Size: 36″H x 30″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Paine, Ralph D. “Privateers of ’76.” The American Boy, November 1923: 13.
caption: They Rushed Up Into the Moonlight and Surprised the Boatswain. Before the Man Could Cry For Quarter, He Was a Crumpled Heap.

Paine, Ralph D. Privateers of ’76. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1923: 225.
caption: They Rushed Up Into the Moonlight, Four of Them Now.

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Peltier, Melissa Jo, Jim Milo, Patrick Tull, and MPH Entertainment. Blackbeard’s Reign of Terror. Sea Tales. New York: A & E Home Video, 1997.

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Nelson, James L. The Guardship. New York: Avon Books, Inc., 2000: cover
no caption

Lapouge, Gilles. Pirates, boucaniers, flibustiers. France: Editions du Chene, Hachette livre, 2002: 117.
caption: “Privateers” par Franck E. Schoonover.

Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / 1923
Exhibitions: 1965 Gift Horse; 1972 FES; 1979 Montrose
Comments: non-trany from current owner; form 3-07;
index; edit
Title and caption for Lapouge citation are correct – A.
Provenance: Artist; The Gift Horse, West Chester, Pennsylvania [1965]; The Chester Marron Collection, Christiana, Pennsylvania (1972 exhibition); Montrose Galleries, Bethesda, Maryland [1979]; private collection