(1458) Through the Night a Solitary Canoe Rode

Through the Night a Solitary Canoe Rode
FES Title: Through the night a solitary canoe rode the moonlit reaches of the little current.
Alternate Titles:
Date: 05/05/1926
Size: 32″H x 38″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Marsh, George T. “The Judgement of Achille Breault.” Country Gentleman, October 1926: 16.
caption: Through the night a solitary canoe rode the moonlit reaches of little current. Pride and the hate of a broken heart were the fuel which drove the iron arms back.

March, George T. Sled Trails and White Waters. Philadelphia: Then Penn Publishing Company, 1929: cover.
no caption

Schoonover, F.E. “‘Now I’m an Ojibway Indian'” Our Boys, November 1926: 4.
caption: An Indian picture drawn for a recent issue of the C. G. by Mr. Schoonover

Inscription: lr: Schoonover
Comments: lunette; index; edit; Cited in day book: Sold to Mr. Wardenberg / December 17 – 1926 / 200
Provenance: Sold by the artist to Mr. Wardenburg (December 17, 1926); not known


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