(1365) Soon A Big Bay Horse Shot Into Sight

Soon A Big Bay Horse Shot Into Sight
FES Title: “Soon a big bay horse shot into sight. His rider was a bareheaded girl whose hair streamed in the wind-
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Date: 03/08/1925
Size: 30″H x 38″W
Medium: oil-on-W-Cotton
Type: illustration
Published: Grey, Zane. “The Deer Stalker.” Country Gentleman, 2 May 1925: 15.
caption: A big bay horse shot into sight. His rider a bareheaded girl, whose golden hair streamed in the wind.
Inscription: mr: FES ’25
Comments: index; edit
Commentary: This painting was destroyed by the artist on January 18, 1935. (day books)
Provenance: Destroyed

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