|Achille Had Found Her With Young Baptiste Dupres|
|FES Title:||More than once Achille had found her with young Baptiste Dupres|
|Size:||30″H x 36″W|
|Published:|| Marsh, George T. “The Judgement of Achille Breault.” Country Gentleman, October 1926: 17.|
caption: Achille returned to the two who waited, one with high head, the other craven in self pity.
Marsh, George T. Sled Trails and White Waters. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1929: frontispiece.
|Inscription:||lr: FES / ’26|
|Annotations:|| en verso: Oct-Pd 5/20/26|
|Comments:|| index; 30×38 in daybook; photo in file|
|Commentary:|| The model for the Indian maiden was Elizabeth Schoonover, the daughter of the artist. The size recorded in the daybook is 30×38 which would indicate that the painting has been restretched. |
|Provenance:|| Sold by artist to Mr. and Mrs J. Harry Taylor, Wilmington, Delaware|
; descended in family to private collection