(1446) The Line Stretched for Miles, As It Had Stretched Once Before

The Line Stretched for Miles, As It Had Stretched Once Before
FES Title: The line stretched for miles as it had stretched once before-
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Date: 03/20/1926
Size: 28.125″H x 38″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Cooper, Courtney Ryley. “Oklahoma.” Country Gentleman, June 1926: 28.
caption: Cavalrymen rode to and fro, alert for the signal that would open a new territory
Inscription: mr: F.E.S. ’26
Annotations: recto: To / CH Dreshman / from his friend / the artist / Frank E. Schoonover / July 19, 1935
Comments: TP 2/25/04; index; edit
Provenance: Sold by artist to C.H. Dreshman
[1935]; Cortlandt Schoonover, Middletown, Delaware; Blum’s Auction, Frackville, Texas; Chris A. Machmer, Pennsylvania [2002]; Brian Bartolotta, Houston, Texas [2005]; Schoonover Studios, Ltd. and Stuart Kingston Galleries, Wilmington Delaware; private collection


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