(1409) The Indians and Their Dogs Were Old Friends

The Indians and Their Dogs Were Old Friends
FES Title: The Indians and their dogs were old friends of the cow puncher.
Alternate Titles: Threesome in Conversation
Date: 09/26/1925
Size: 34.25″H x 24″W
Medium: oil_single-prime-lincanvas
Type: illustration
Published: Scoville, Samuel, Jr. “The Lopstick.” Red Book Magazine, April 1926: 71.
caption: “Howdy.” Red remarked. “I’m goin’ along to keep the bears from eatin’ you up.”
Inscription: lmr: F.E. Schoonover / ’25
Annotations: en verso: No-1409 Sep 1925
Red Book
Comments: TP 6/19/03; form 6/19/03; index; edit
Commentary: This image is painted over #1025 which was painted over #695. (day books)
Provenance: Sold by artist to Jim Kupperian (June 7, 1956); Dawson Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland (January 15, 1988); C.G. Sloan & Company, Inc., Bethesda, Maryland (April 30, 1995); private collection

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